LPDL Cohort in Area 2 (Oglesby)

Date: 4/22/2019, 5/1/2019, 5/8/2019, 5/22/2019, 6/6/2019, 6/10/2019, 6/13/2019

Time: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM


The Leadership in Personalized and Digital Learning (LPDL) program offers a job-embedded professional learning experience to prepare you to lead a personalized learning transition in your school. As a participant in the program, you will have face-to-face and online opportunities to work with trained facilitators and other principals. This program goes deeper than traditional sit-and-get professional development because it:

- is job-embedded: activities and planning are immediately applicable in your school.
- sets aside the time you need to make a plan.
- gives you access to data collection tools to drive decisions.
- connects you to a diverse group of principals & districts.
- is based on a proven North Carolina professional learning program.

You will be guided through a planning process to produce a roadmap for transforming your school: Program components include:
Developing a shared vision for personalized and digital learning
Leading an effective personalized and digital learning transformation
Building a strong teaching workforce
Fostering a school culture that supports personalized and digital learning
You should expect to spend at least one day per month working face-to-face with your colleagues and about four hours online before and after the session.



Registration open through 4/21/2019 10:59 PM.


Illinois Valley Community College

815 N Orlando Smith St, Oglesby, IL 61348

Registration Fee
  • Program: $150. The $150 fee is a one-time payment that includes all program fees, including the five face-to-face meetings, lunches, and online programming. Participants receive 45 PD hours upon completion of the program. PLEASE USE CODE NONAA to receive the $150 registration fee.


  • Program with Administrator Academy Credit: $175. The $175 fee includes all program fees and AA credit. Participants receive 39 PD hours and 6 AA Hours upon completion of the program.


Learning Technology Center


The Learning Technology Centers of Illinois assist the Illinois State Board of Education with statewide initiatives by supporting Illinois Regional Offices of Education and school districts with technical support and technology professional development.

Website: http://ltcillinois.org/