Over the past 30 years, I have been to many Teacher Professional Development Sessions – or as they are known more commonly, Teacher PD. Some are great, but unfortunately, most are not so great.

The ones that I have enjoyed the most, are the teacher professional development days that actually gave me something practical – not something that I needed to reflect upon, react upon, and research further before I could implement in the classroom. Unfortunately, Teacher PD that was practical was very scarce! So in 2002, I started a business called KC Curriculum.

The sole purpose of KC Curriculum was to provide school communities with not only practical resources (my first curriculum publication was entitled ‘Practical Outcomes’), but with professional development from which teachers could walk away from, armed with resources and ideas that could be utilised in the classroom, the very next day.

It has been a little while since I have run Teacher Professional Development days, but I am excited to say, that I am now offering Teacher PD on the first day of the June/July School Holidays. I know, the timing may not be great for all teachers, and I know that on your holidays, it is probably the last thing you want to do, BUT I promise you, it will be worth your while, and it will save you time in the long run.

So what is the Teacher Professional Development on offer? You’ve guessed it – it is based on reading and is aptly called ‘BORN2READ in the Classroom’. My promise to you, is that at the end of this Teacher Professional Development, you will leave my BORN2READ Learning Studio in Oxenford, fully equipped to implement the latest research in the teaching of reading, by having access to the BORN2READ reading program, plus other teacher resources. And of course, you will receive a certificate, certifying Professional Development hours completed, that can be accredited to your Teacher Registration obligations.

I also am hoping, that this Teacher PD will be the beginning of a new network group, that can work together via social media, over the next six months, sharing our progress and achievements.
So what are you waiting for? I promise you, this Teacher Professional Development, will be practical, and informative. Click here, and sign up today!

I’m looking forward to meeting you – 27th June 9.00 – 12.30pm.

Want another reason to sign up, view my 5 Things Teachers want Teacher Professional Development to be!

Best wishes,