Professional Development and Training
Required Processes & Flexibilities
Brief overview of the six learning-centered processes required in the System. See the more detailed individual requirements resources on this page for descriptions of robust implementation that lead to meaningful results.
Available implementation options that can streamline EE activities to reduce workload and provide professional supports .
EE in Practice
Research results on the EE System linked below indicate that robust, learning-centered systemic implementation of the EE System contributes positively to schools by improving professional performance feedback and student achievement, as well as closing achievement gaps. Findings also suggest that the Wisconsin EE System improves school culture and staff retention rates.
These resources give a snapshot of beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of implementation for each of the six EE System required processes that can strongly contribute to positive outcomes.
CESA Collaborative Educator Development & Support Leaders
NEW 2023-24 CESA Services to DPI-model Schools
DPI-model schools can access no-cost and low-cost services to provide EE support to:
- build your school culture
- center your EE System processes on learning
- embed EE practices in your district goals and initiatives
- develop your instructional leadership skills
- design a combination of topics to meet your local needs
Check out the flyer for additional information.