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Survey of Your Needs

Survey of Your Needs

In my mind, this time of the year always brings some reflection. As you wind down and then start a fresh calendar year, there are always items you find you will never repeat as well as those you want to introduce.

In my mind, this time of the year always brings some reflection.  As you wind down and then start a fresh calendar year, there are always items you find you will never repeat as well as those you want to introduce. The Teaching & Learning team is also doing some reflecting as we put together our PD calendar for the 2017-18 school year. To be true to our members needs, we hope you can take a few minutes to let us know how we can better serve your professional development needs by taking an online survey.

We always appreciate your comments, and as you know, we work hard to make our trainings so your staff will have a “take-away” they can use the next day in their schools. Thanks for your help with this; I look forward to your comments.

We hope your transition back to school has been as smooth as possible! Happy New Year!

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