Sustainable Partnerships in Professional Learning
Education Outreach and Partnerships seeks to create mutually beneficial interactions
in order to share knowledge, resources, and expertise. Through sustainable partnerships, EOP brings leadership, expertise, and respect to constituents.
Greater Madison Writing Project
The Greater Madison Writing Project at UW-Madison is
the newest member of National Writing Project (NWP) network. Through the
NWP's professional development model, teachers in all subject areas and at all levels
learn new strategies for helping their students become accomplished writers and
Rural Educators Collaborating to Enhance Student Success (RECESS)
RECESS is a collaborative initiative between the school districts of
Clintonville, Marion, Tigerton, Wittenberg-Birnamwood, and EOP. RECESS utilizes
the principles of action research: a process in which practitioners systematically
and carefully examine their own educational practices. RECESS was recently featured
in an article in the Waupaca County Post.
A partnership with dozens of high schools designed to present learners the tools
to successfully advocate for themselves. Becoming a Self-Advocate offers
a community environment for learners.
Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council
The Education Outreach and Partnerships office is a member/partner of the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council.
Advanced Placement is a high school academic program with courses in more than 30
subjects that culminate with college-level assessments. WAPAC, comprised of PK-16
educational practitioners, promotes advanced placement opportunities for Wisconsin
Wisconsin Association of International Baccalaureate World Schools
The Education Outreach and Partnerships office is a member/partner of Wisconsin Association of International Baccalaureate World Schools. IB has three programs for students aged
3 to 19 which help develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills
to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world. The three programs are the
Primary Years Program (PYP), the Middle Years Program (MYP) and the Diploma Program.
Wisconsin Leads in Mathematics and Science
Wisconsin Leads is a professional
development model that includes collaboration between external partners and UW-Madison
to co-design and co-deliver conventional and innovative professional learning opportunities
for middle school science and mathematics educators.