Professional Development

Online learning

e3•Learn online learning offers all LISD employees access to FREE any-time, any-pace, any-place personalized professional development.

With an emphasis on project and problem-based learning around the use of student academic progress data, other data sources and self-reflection to improve instructional effetiveness, e3•Learn offers online courses, learning items, learning paths, ePortfolios and more.

Highly Effective Teacher and Principal Online Courses

Designed to help LISD educators create a common language to begin to improve classroom practice, the highly effective teacher and principal online courses provide the opportunity for educators to:

  • Reflect on their personal practice;
  • Recognize instructional strengths; and
  • Identify areas for improvement.

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Value-Added Learning Paths to Accelerate Student Progress

Learn how to use value-added analysis to inform instructional decision making. Credit will be entered into educators' portfolio in Eduphoria™ Workshop.

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District-Level or System-Level Learning Path MRM (Mean Gain) for Math and Reading Enroll
Building-Level Learning Path MRM (Mean Gain) for Math and Reading Enroll
Teacher-Level Learning Path MRM (Mean Gain) for Math and Reading Enroll
Building- and Teacher-Level Learning Path URM (Predicted Mean) for Science and Social Studies Enroll

BFK•Focus™

Experience an online module that facilitates a goal-setting instructional improvement activity. Designed to improve instruction at the teacher-level, the BFK•Focus™ online module allows department or grade-level teams to examine both achievement data and value-added information. 

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Questions
If you have questions about efforts related to the e3 framework, please e-mail e3questions@lubbockisd.org.

Technical Support
For technical assistance in accessing online courses or available resources, click here to contact Battelle for Kids' Support. 


Understanding and Using Value-Added Analysis—A Toolkit for Educators

In fall 2010, LISD received its first value-added reports. To build capacity to use this information to inform teaching and learning, each campus principal received the Understanding & Using Value-Added Analysis—A Toolkit for Educators. The toolkit includes district-, building- and teacher-level guides and other useful resources for accessing, interpreting and using value-added reports. It will also help educators participate in the value-added online courses (available to all LISD employees).

Access free online learning, including value-added and highly effective teacher/principal online courses.