In addition to group learning during sessions, Fellows explore personalized, self-driven supports to focus on grow their strengths and development areas, both in content knowledge and skills.
On-Demand Learning Modules
Fellows work independently to strengthen their knowledge of key K-12 education topics by accessing a library of on-demand learning modules. These modules contain readings, activities and resources and culminate in a consultation with an expert in the field.
Fellows receive personalized coaching and support from our coaches and mentors, who are veteran educators and former system leaders.
Ongoing Professional Development
We provide a range of personalized supports, from peer mentoring and professional growth activities to study trips and executive coaching. We also administer 360-degree feedback tools to give fellows the input they need from people throughout their organizations to deepen awareness and gain insights to help them grow professionally and personally.
Emerging Practice Supports
We facilitate connections and consultancies with alumni across cohorts as well as with experts in the field working on similar topics to share initial results and receive real-time feedback. Fellows can take advantage of study trips, shadow days and peer coaching as they explore new strategies to implement in their school systems.
Opportunities to Stay Connected
We sponsor regional events throughout the year to allow fellows to continue building connections with our ever-growing network and learn from one another. Our annual alumni-only Forum gathering presents rich opportunities to examine promising practices and important issues relevant to their work, while reconnecting with colleagues from across the nation.
We also offer access to The Exchange, an online knowledge networking system to share resources and best practices within the Broad Center’s network as well as the broader education leadership community.