Teaching & Learning

The purpose of the Teaching and Learning Department is to provide focused leadership to deliver quality, coordinated services to meet the needs of our educational communities in our shared goal of improving student achievement.

Curriculum Directors

Support and resources for those in the NWESD region that serve as teaching and learning leads within their district.

District Assessment Coordinators

Support and resources for those in the NWESD region that serve as District Assessment Coordinator (DAC) in their district.

Fellows

The Fellows Network is a group of instructional leaders who help school districts implement the state learning standards in mathematics, English Language Arts (ELA), and science as well as Early Learning guidelines. 

Highly Capable

Support and resources for administrators and teachers in the understanding of the Highly Capable law and assist with the development of enhanced learning programs for all students based on their needs.

Literacy

Literacy services provide leadership and specific program offerings to individuals, schools, and districts that meet the challenge of providing research-based literacy instruction to all students, in all grade levels, across all disciplines.

Math

Improving mathematics coordination within the region is one of the most vital challenges we encounter.  We work with our regional partners to build a comprehensive, coherent and collaborative system of mathematics education that is research-based and standards compliant.

Migrant Education Program (MEP)

NWESD Migrant Education Program is funded by the Washington State OSPI MEP Office and is contracted to deliver quality services to the migrant project and non-project districts.

Science

Science services support science education reform for students, teachers, schools, and districts.  We provide professional development, technical assistance, content training, and access to cooperative services to supplement classroom materials. 

STEM Clock Hours

Beginning on September 1, 2019, renewal applications for professional and continuing teacher certificates must document completion of at least 15 clock hours, or at least one goal from an annual professional growth plan* (PGP), with an emphasis on STEM integration to meet this renewal requirement. STEM integration is the authentic combination of at least two of the STEM components (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).

Student & School Success

The NWESD supports schools and districts engaged in a data-driven, research-based, and results-oriented system focused on the improvement of student achievement. Additionally, we provide technical assistance to schools and districts already “in improvement” which may be receiving services from the Secondary Education and School Improvement Office at OSPI.

Title 1/LAP

The Title 1/LAP Network meets quarterly to bring together the Title 1 and LAP directors from our districts with our liaison from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.   Resources, schedules and links for the Title 1/LAP network are coming soon to the library.

TPEP

Teacher and Principal Evaluation Program (TPEP) support and resources for administrators, district staff, and teachers.

 

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