ASAP® program components include:
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ASAP Course Modules
Choose from 18 online course modules containing over 300 clock hours of content. Modules are available for credit for certification and recertification. They can be assigned individually based on professional learning plans or at the cohort level to fulfill district initiatives in specific dimensions.Learn More
Educational Leadership Assessment (ELA)
A series of assessments in the dimensions aligned to the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders that provide data to professional development leaders on the competencies and proficiencies of their cohorts and participants.Learn More
A “day in the life” experience assessing the proficiency levels of aspiring and current school leaders in the leadership domains that pertain to a school’s instructional program, culture, stakeholder engagement and human capital management.Learn More
ASAP® Workbooks are available for professional development and school leadership programs for K-12 educators. Each workbook consists of four chapters of study and activities, which can be broken out weekly or monthly, culminating with a project or presentation to be shared at a group learning event. There are currently 14 titles available. Purchase them individually or save 20% when you buy the entire library.Learn More
School Leader Case Studies
Each case study is aligned to specific state standards and proficiency areas. District administrators are provided with a conceptual framework, a table of standards alignments, and a scoring rubric including examples of typical responses at three levels: exceptional, standard, and below standard.
Districts can assign a combination of case study assessments for a more complete picture of a participant’s areas of strength and need based on the standards and areas of proficiency they wish to focus on. Case studies can also be selected based on their alignment with district learning initiatives to determine if specific learning objectives are being met.Learn More
ASAP Academies are provided at the district level to enhance best practices across the district and improve student learning outcomes through continuous professional development for individuals, school-based teams, and school leaders. Academies provide instruction and support for best practices in developing and implementing the school improvement program. Mentors for local school teams and an online learning community for dialog and feedback are typical components of an ASAP® Academy. Each academy experience is customized to the needs of the district in consultation with district leaders and content is focused on district-specific goals.Learn More
Over 100 individual lessons in planning and building for student success, classroom instruction, ELL and exceptional students, technology and distributed learning, and classroom tools and resources. Teacher Essentials courses can be used for credit for certification and recertification.
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