Shifting Educator Practice

Impactful, Relevant Professional Learning

Help your students and teachers thrive. Amplify your school’s capacity through GOA’s global network and expand relevant, skills-driven learning experiences for students and educators.

Our professional learning offerings—for individual educators, small cohorts, or larger groups from independent, international, public, and charter schools—are grounded in experience, facilitated by expert educators, and tailored to timeless concerns and current needs. Building trust and knowing students deeply, challenging all students, and developing equitable and inclusive learning experiences that support all students - are essential tenets in our commitment to shifting educator practice.

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Competency-Driven Growth

Educators need durable and transferable skills, skills that can support student learning whether online, in-person, or in a hybrid learning environment. GOA's Professional Learning Framework outlines a set of five educator competencies, mirroring our competency-based student program. Designed for K-12 educator, these competencies highlight essential skills educators need in order to continue to improve student learning outcomes. Explore these competencies in action through our diverse learning avenues, each tailored to support your professional growth.

Multiple Ways to Engage and Learn

Engage in collaborative experiences, individual explorations, and coached opportunities. Each avenue is designed to expand and elevate your practice.

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Custom Workshops and Strategic Partnerships

Delve into hands-on workshops for your school team or consult strategically with our experts to gain comprehensive insights into effective teaching practices and strategies that align with your school's unique strategies and goals.

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  • Thank you again for your help in sup­port­ing the intro­duc­tion of AI to our teach­ers. Giv­en the far reach­ing appli­ca­tions of AI and its poten­tial on edu­ca­tion, this may be one of the most trans­for­ma­tion­al pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment work­shops at UNIS in a generation.” Antoine Delaitre High School Principal, United Nations International School
  • We need our teach­ers to be part of the con­ver­sa­tion that a part­ner­ship with GOA offers orga­ni­za­tions with such a clear focus on what teacher learn­ing means for stu­dent outcomes.” Benjamin Gregg Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)
  • You have to invest in pro­fes­sion­al learn­ing to get mean­ing­ful out­comes, and some­times that means bring­ing in out­side experts. GOA pro­vid­ed the part­ner­ship we were look­ing for, and they did a tremen­dous job — so much so that we part­nered with them again.” Samuel Mormando Garnet Valley School District (PA)