The Ohio Leadership Advisory Council has developed a series of online learning resources, such as the Evaluation Crosswalk Tools, that can be help you complete professional growth plans for the superintendent, principal or teacher evaluation systems.
OFT teachers in Georgetown and Crestview earned a state Straight A grant to enhance professional development in their rural districts.
Registration closed June 8 for the OFT's 2016 Bill Pasztor Union Leadership Institute (ULI). This three-day leadership development conference helps local leaders and members expand and deepen their union skills as well as professional skills. Learn about this year's course offerings.
OFT and the Ohio Middle Level Educators will offer a professional learning seminar for middle grades teachers featuring best practices for instruction March 17. Read about the conference and register now for Middle Level Instruction that Works.
Coaching and Instructional Advocacy Using the Coaching Toolkit to Support Instructional Shifts is the focus of this year's Learning Forward Ohio summer conference.
Learning Forward Ohio (LFO) is the Ohio affiliate of Learning Forward (formerly the National Staff Development Council), a nonprofit, international association of learning educators focused on increasing student achievement through more effective professional learning.
AFT and OFT are committed to helping our members access high-quality resources to support their work in the classroom. Check out what's available.
OLAC has developed a variety of free online learning tools to support educators as they work to embed essential leadership practices at every level of a school system.
The Ohio Resident Educator Summative Assessment Handbook is now available at OhioRESA.com. Take a look at this handy document for both resident educators and their mentors.
Bullying prevention resources are available from the Ohio Department of Education's updated Safety and Violence Prevention Curriculum.
eTech Ohio will make Learning.com’s EasyTech online safety curriculum available for K-12 students, teachers and administrators in all of Ohio’s public schools and chartered non-public districts. This initiative will allow Ohio schools to satisfy the national E-Rate requirements surrounding student Internet safety and training. More information on Ohio's implementation.