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    Webinar: Why Professional Development Doesn't Have to Mean Reinventing the Wheel

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    TITLE: Why PD Doesn't Have to Mean Reinventing the Wheel

    Teresa McGregor-Oster, State Collaboration Director, Utah Head Start

    Emily Doyle, Associate Product Manager, Teachstone

    DURATION: 60 min.

    Love the coaches in your program and all they do to support teacher improvement? You're not alone. Research shows that coaches can have significant impact—especially when they are in frequent contact with teachers and build strong relationships with them. But with busy schedules and large numbers of teachers to support, how can coaches maximize their impact and stay connected with their teachers?

    In this webinar, you'll learn how tools and technology can support coaches, enhance their interactions, and impact the important work they are already doing. 

    Teresa McGregor-Oster

    State Collaboration Director, 

    Utah Head Start

    Teresa Mc Gregor Oster, PhD is a University of Utah post-doctoral researcher. Her recent research examines Head Start teachers’ receptivity towards adopting evidence-based practices and the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS). Other research interests include early childhood professional development, coaching, cultural diversity, and emergent literacy. Dr. Oster worked as the Nevada Head Start Training and Technical Assistance Manager and Infant/Toddler Specialist, Utah State Early Childhood Curriculum and Parent Involvement Specialist, Head Start Education Manager, and as a classroom teacher. She holds a BS in Early Childhood Education, a Masters of Education, and a PhD in Early Childhood Special Education. She also is a Teachstone Ambassador.



    Emily Doyle

    Associate Product Manager, 


    In 2010, Emily joined Teachstone as an office assistant; over the years, she has worn many hats, including a two-plus year stint developing products aimed at improving child outcomes. In her current role as Associate Product Manager, Emily loves putting her creative problem-solving skills to work, innovating and managing products and services that improve classroom interactions. A true people-person, she loves interacting with educators and finding out what makes them tick. She also is a regular contributor to the Teachstone Blog.

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