Facilitator Program

Take your commitment to disrupting systemic racism to the next level and become an UnboundEd facilitator.

Are you an educator who is passionate about equitable instruction and interested in leading immersive professional development that is designed to disrupt systemic racism? Our facilitators deliver standards-based content that raises audience understanding of the standards, aligned curriculum, equitable instructional practices, and personal and systemic race, bias, and equity in education.

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We are continuously looking for facilitators for each of our pathways

The English Language Arts (ELA) Pathway provides an interactive, hands-on learning experience that focuses on planning and implementing grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful (GLEAM™) ELA instruction. Throughout the week, UnboundEd grounds participant learning in the intersection of standards, content, aligned curriculum, and equity. Participants learn and practice crafting supports and scaffolds that help address students’ unfinished ELA instruction while maintaining the rigor and demands of the standards and curriculum. Participants explore the commitment, knowledge, and skills necessary to use ELA standards, texts, and tasks to provide all students access to GLEAM instruction. Participants leave Standards Institute with a personal action plan for bringing GLEAM instruction to life in their ELA classrooms

The Math Pathway provides an interactive, hands-on learning experience that focuses on planning and implementing grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful (GLEAM™) mathematics instruction. Throughout the week, UnboundEd grounds participant learning in the intersection of standards, content, aligned curriculum, and equity. Participants learn and practice crafting just-in-time supports and scaffolds that help address students’ unfinished mathematics instruction while maintaining the rigor and demands of the standards and curriculum. Participants explore the commitment, knowledge, and skills necessary to use math standards, tasks, and materials to provide all students access to GLEAM instruction. Participants leave Standards Institute with a personal action plan for bringing GLEAM instruction to life in their math classrooms.

The Leadership Pathway provides an interactive, hands-on learning experience that focuses on structures, policies, and practices essential to the leader's role in creating the conditions for grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful (GLEAM™) instruction. Throughout the week, UnboundEd grounds participant learning in the intersection of standards, content, aligned curriculum, and equity. Leaders in this pathway learn and practice with math and ELA content to develop a deeper understanding of each content area and its considerations for planning, instructional delivery, and coaching that elevate GLEAM instruction. Leaders unpack their role in educational equity and leave Standards Institute with a systems-focused action plan to lead GLEAM implementation in their schools.

The UnboundEd Planning Process (UPP) Pathway shifts instructional mindsets and practices through a purposeful approach to planning and an understanding of grade-level, engaging, affirming, meaningful (GLEAM™) instruction. Throughout the week, UnboundEd grounds participant learning in the intersection of standards, content, aligned curriculum, and equity. Participants learn a step-by-step process for internalizing and preparing lessons from their high-quality, standards-aligned curriculum and various specific practices for engaging all students in rigorous thinking during every class period. By the end of the week, participants come away with a vision for GLEAM instruction in their classrooms, a prepared set of lessons from their own curriculum, and a set of next steps for continuing to enhance their practice in the weeks and months to come.

 

Learn what it means to be an UnboundEd Facilitator.

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If you are passionate about equitable instruction and interested in facilitating transformational professional learning that disrupts systemic racism, we encourage you to apply.

Interested but want to learn more?

Connect with us to learn more about becoming an UnboundEd facilitator.