Professional Development

We work with school systems, nonprofits, government agencies, and other mission-driven organizations to develop customized adult learning experiences that have a long-term impact. Our instructional design team (which includes content experts, adult learning strategists, curriculum developers, and multimedia designers) is committed ensuring your staff and volunteers have the skills and information they need to succeed—and meet your mission.

Professional and Adult Learning Systems

Ensure your staff members and volunteers have the skills and information they need to meet your mission. We create custom training and professional development to engage adult learners. We work with school systems, nonprofits, government agencies, and other mission-driven organizations to develop learning experiences that have a long-term impact.

Our instructional design teams include content experts, adult learning strategists, curriculum developers, and multimedia designers, who are guided by project leads to ensure excellence and client satisfaction.

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What Our Clients Say About Our Work

The opportunity to work with you to develop accessible, engaging, dynamic online professional learning for paraeducators has been our pleasure. The growth curve was steep and fast for all of us, and I am grateful for your team’s commitment to exploring ideas and options. We are very pleased with the final products, and I am hopeful that these tools will help us to provide the kind of support that paraeducators need to continue to do their work, because what they do matters. Thank you for caring so deeply about this work with us. I could feel your sincere commitment to do quality and meaningful work from the onset of this project. I hope we can continue to collaborate to promote these materials. It has been a true gift to work with each of you.
Marissa Rathbone, Director of Operations, Learning and Teaching, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Washington

The needs assessment was invaluable—we went into the project thinking we had a pretty good idea of what we needed, and the assessment revealed several helpful insights from our volunteers that transformed this project.
Kanna Hudson, Start Making a Reader Today