Popular on Amzeal


Similar on Amzeal

Teach & Kids Learn Launches Guided Professional Learning Community (PLC) Program and Redesigned Brand

Amzeal News/10328953
TKL_Logo_Colour
TKL's Guided Professional Learning Community (GPLC) program is a bold, innovative approach to traditional professional learning communities. Guided PLCs transform learning communities with purposefully designed frameworks, successful strategies, leading technologies, and collaborative processes.

MIAMI - Amzeal -- Teach & Kids Learn (TKL), the leader in online solution-based professional learning for educators, announced the launch of their new Guided Professional Learning Community (GPLC) program alongside a new corporate brand identity, redesigned logo, and website this week.

TKL's GPLC program is a unique and innovative approach to traditional professional learning communities, leveraging the PLC process to deliver targeted, effective professional development. The program's launch follows a successful pilot implementation in the Philadelphia School District.

More on Amzeal News
The online GPLC program provides teams of teachers with a wide selection of targeted instructional topics, tailor-made to support a guided PLC process tied to established school priorities. Teacher teams work together to explore new ideas, acquire effective solutions, and gain practical strategies to ensure that all students learn at high levels.

Schedule a Demo

Since 2009, TKL has been redefining the new paradigm shift in education, and we're excited to launch our new program just in time for the school year. The GPLC model is unique in the market, and offers a fresh perspective on empowering PLC teams through online learning," said founder and CEO Rudy Azcuy. "We know that no two teachers' situations are alike. It's crucial that today's collaborative professional learning opportunities meet the diverse needs of every educator."

The GPLC model helps schools and districts meet teachers' individual professional learning goals, provide structured intentional opportunities for peer collaboration, and requires both individual and group instructional reflection. This approach taps into the collective knowledge of peers while developing the facilitation and leadership skills needed to create scalable change in individual classrooms and beyond. Participating teachers may also receive Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits based on district and state guidelines which can be applied towards license renewal.

More on Amzeal News
The announcement of the new program marks a new direction for programs aimed at addressing school and district-identified needs and coincides with the release of the refreshed TKL brand, logo, and website.

"We're thrilled to launch the updated look and feel of our brand with this new website," said Azcuy. "TKL has been an industry leader for years, and our new brand identity better reflects our industry-leading position, streamlined focus, and years of experience."

Designed to work seamlessly across digital and physical channels, the new TKL logo evokes the transformative power of evolutionary learning with its stylized butterfly and bold, colorful brand elements. The centerpiece of the new brand is the redesigned TKL website, which features a sleek, modern design and easy-to-navigate interface.

To learn more about TKL, www.teachnkidslearn.com

Contact
Rudy Azcuy, CEO & Founder
***@teachnkidslearn.com
1-855-498-4400


Source: Massive Media
stats
Filed Under: Education, Technology

Show All News | Report Violation

0 Comments
1000 characters max.

Latest on Amzeal News