Oregon Department of Education
Friday - August 26, 2016
EIPA Video Conference Workshops 2016-2017
Monday - September 14, 2015
2015 Oregon Statewide Teacher Inservice Opportunities
Wednesday - August 26, 2015
Professional Learning Series for Mentors: Year One Locations & Registration
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The purpose of all teacher professional development is to help teachers develop and apply the knowledge and skills necessary to help students learn. The intended outcomes of teacher professional development are defined in terms of improved professional practice, but the long-term goals should always focus on improved student outcomes.
Statewide Inservice Day - Friday, October 10, 2014
PDU Workshop and PSU Credit In-service Opportunities
Oregon Educators' Professional Development Commission
This public website for posting and sharing professional development opportunities was developed in 2009 as the result of Senate Bill 443 for the purpose of "providing statewide collaborative leadership for prekindergarten through post-secondary education in the areas of school improvement."
Current ODE Offerings
Find the most up-to-date list of professional development opportunities being offered by the Oregon Department of Education in our Calendar of Events.
Related ODE Pages
Continuing Education - Public and Private
Find External links to continuing education courses offered through many of Oregon’s colleges and universities.
Title II-A - Professional Learning
Professional development plans are both a state and federal requirement. This section includes resources and tools for developing comprehensive professional development plans.
The Oregon Department of Education, in partnership with Chalkboard, Stand for Children, COSA, OEA, and OUS worked to establish Oregon’s Beginning Teacher and Administrator Mentor Program designed to support beginning educators through a mentorship program.
Oregon DATA Project
The Oregon DATA Project is a statewide initiative designed to improve student achievement by collecting, analyzing and using longitudinal data to inform individual instruction.
ReadOregon offers online literacy courses and modules through five of Oregon's public university teacher education programs. ReadOregon courses encompass 7 thematic areas (literacy foundations; literacy strategies and methods; literacy for diverse learners; literacy assessment; leadership in school reading programs; literature; and practicum) and 4 authorization levels (early childhood, elementary, middle school, and high school).
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