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Truenorthlogic PD is an online tool for comprehensively managing professional learning content and processes.
Reinforcing the connection between professional growth and student achievement, Truenorthlogic PD increases educator effectiveness by putting a vast array of learning opportunities at the fingertips of educators, including traditional face-to-face workshops and events, job-embedded professional development, self-directed activities, traditional courses, online learning, and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs).
Truenorthlogic PD's personalized offerings provide a path for continuous improvement as educators adapt to the needs of their students, curriculum, policy changes, and evaluations.
With Truenorthlogic PD, school districts can create and manage their own professional learning opportunities from within the district, or from industry-leading content providers.
Quick and easy course catalog search yields a comprehensive view of all applicable learning opportunities. Examine course ratings, share the course, or register, all at-a-glance.
Learn more about how the Truenorthlogic Mobile Attendance App can help your district track professional development attendance with ease.
The Truenorthlogic PD Premium Library provides school districts with a centralized marketplace to easily browse and purchase professional development courses, ending the hassle and cost of purchasing large, expensive content packages that go largely unused. By partnering with top content providers, the Premium Library creates efficiency in the purchasing process by offering a pick-and-choose model of high-quality, self-directed learning opportunities.
Truenorthlogic PD is a key component of the Truenorthlogic Platform, with tools offering evaluation results, observer calibration and more. The Truenorthlogic Platform fully supports the cycle of continuous educator improvement.
"Fairfax County Public Schools partnered with Truenorthlogic to build an integrated web-based platform through which each of the district’s full- and part-time employees could search for, manage, and track all professional learning, including key licensure training."
‐ Maribeth Luftglass, Assistant Superintendent of Information Technology, Fairfax County Public Schools