An academy program created for innovative educators with your interests and priorities in mind. Teachers, this is where you have the opportunity to strengthen your skills, abilities and mindsets throughout your career.
Future-ready schools need inspired educators.
Our workshops are designed with best practices in adult learning. Educators focus on the areas where they choose to grow with a wide range of learning opportunities.
Be a better teacher leader one workshop at a time.
Expand your teaching strategies and practices without stretching your schedule. Our 3 - 4-hour courses will inspire and reinvigorate you without adding a heavy demand to your already busy schedule. Workshops will be available throughout the year.
Learn from innovative practitioners who lead to learn.
Peer-to-peer learning is at the heart of professional growth. That’s why we’ve gathered nationally and internationally-recognized leaders and expert practitioners to facilitate our workshops. Get re-energized and rejuvenated beyond the classroom in an atmosphere full of practitioners like you.
Learn and network with convenience.
With workshops available in metro Denver, virtually and across the state, you’ll be able to join us when it works for your schedule.
Lead your own path.
Customize your professional learning network based on workshops you want to take. Workshops are focused on best practices for inclusive, future ready learning spaces and classrooms. Build upon your expertise while learning from those who understand your context as practitioners.
Workshops provide options for credit.
Make an impact on others’ futures, and on your own. Earn credit toward courses that can be stacked to complete courses toward graduate certificates. Credit may also apply toward degrees in the School of Education & Human Development. Our teacher academy is designed for flexibility and provides options to help you accomplish your professional learning goals.
Connect with peers while elevating your career.
Education has a history of enacting racist and marginalizing policies impacting students, primarily students of color. Many well intended individuals become educators without a familiarity of the inequities that exist in the educational system or the racist policies and mindsets that keep those inequities intact.
Balance your life as a teacher through a new CU Denver continuing professional education workshop series that will help you instill mindfulness-based self-care strategies into your work and life.
Are you secretly counting the days until summer break? Do your job responsibilities as a school librarian feel overwhelming... or even insurmountable? This is a good time to take a pause, reflect and recognize what you are doing well. In this session, participants will gain insights on change leadership, communication strategies for advocacy, and how to engage in inclusive mindsets. Join in this transformative learning conversation designed to ignite your “super powers.”
Media literacy is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create and act using all forms of communication. In its simplest terms, media literacy builds upon the foundation of traditional literacy and offers new forms of reading and writing. Media literacy empowers people to be critical thinkers and makers, effective communicators and active citizens.
How might we empower ourselves and our students to be creative problem solvers both inside and outside of the classroom? Design thinking is a human-centered process that encourages innovation and creative problem solving.
This workshop will explore trauma-informed/sensitive theories and practices, skills and techniques that have proven to work in our most challenging learning environments. Each session will include time to problem solve scenarios and practice new skills.
Do you often feel pulled in so many directions that you struggle to make substantial progress on any one project? Have you had a specific aspiration (e.g., earn a graduate degree, author a book, start a business), yet you find yourself watching Netflix instead of investing time on your goal?
Join us as we unpack the notion of Unhindered Writing in school spaces because writers of all ages deserve to unlock the transformative potential of writing.
What does a culturally responsive library program demonstrate? Spend three hours discussing ways to build a responsive collection for all learners and how to create learning experiences that are meaningful to all students. Learn current neurological strategies to promote student engagement and deeper learning. Take a plan of action back to your library to implement today!