EdAdvance School Services team members are professional development specialists who partner with schools to foster and support the continuous improvement of student learning. As our districts seek to meet and exceed state and national standards, transition to student-centered learning environments, and employ more sophisticated data-based instructional decision making, the professional development staff at EdAdvance is ready to guide and support districts' professional learning efforts. 


Ongoing Professional Development is provided through:

  • Coaching & Modeling
  • Consultation
  • Facilitation
  • Workshops and Seminars

Systems Organization

  • Assessment Training
  • Curriculum Development
  • Data Analysis
  • Data-Driven Decision Making / Data Teams
  • Effective Teaching Strategies
  • Examining Student Work
  • Holistic Accountability
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Leadership Training
  • Making Standards Work
  • School Improvement


  • Reading & Writing Across the Disciplines
  • Socratic Seminar


  • Development of Performance-Based Learning and Assessment in Mathematics
  • Differentiation
  • Problem Solving
  • Strategies for Concept Development of Standards

Digital Tools for Learning

  • Bring Your Own Device
  • Data Tools
  • One-to-One Models
  • Online Learning / Odysseyware®
  • Open Source Technology
  • Tech Integration

Subject Area Support

  • Embedded Task Training
  • Inquiry Based Instruction
  • Science Curriculum Revision

21st Century Skills

  • Assessment and Measurement
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Cross-Content Integration
  • Identification and Articulation

Systems and Talent Capacity Support Continuum

  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Systems

Regional Learning Opportunities

  • October 13, 2017 - the first regional calendar staff development day of the 2017-2018 school year, EdAdvance will organize a series sessions focused on professional learning populations that are hard to serve on a small scale - arts, world languages, physical education, etc.  Each topic will have a regional location and each day will feature a topical speaker and several breakout sessions inspired by an Edcamp professional learning model.

  • November 7, 2017 - Whole Child Summit - resources and materials to help support all aspects of a child’s healthy life.