Unlocking Learning Potential through Personalized PD

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Research indicates that when educators have a deeper understanding of the mathematics concepts they’re teaching, their students have higher achievement. In this webinar, Stefani Kauppila, Adult Learning Design Manager at DreamBox Learning, shares how to empower educators with professional development designed to enable highly engaged learning experiences and unlock the learning potential of every student.

Attendees will come away with:

A sample of professional learning content that supports teacher learning and confidence in mathematics
New research to support improvements in personalized PD
Strategies to inspire teacher agency
Best practices for implementing evidence-based, data-driven PD models

Meet Your Speakers

Stefani Kauppila
Adult Learning Design Manager
DreamBox Learning

Stefani Kauppila is an experienced classroom educator who worked in elementary and middle school settings in Sammamish, Washington before joining the DreamBox Learning Curriculum Design team in 2014. She earned a Masters degree in Teaching with endorsements in Reading and Language Development and currently holds a Washington State teaching certificate. Having designed and developed student curriculum early in her DreamBox career, she is currently focused on adult learning content and professional development as the Manager of Adult Learning Design. Stefani works passionately to create an innovative curriculum for student and adult learners.


Jenny Lee
Marketing Manager
DreamBox Learning

Jenny Lee is a product marketing manager at DreamBox Learning. With a passion for education and learning, she partners with DreamBox educators and administrators to tell their stories and empower them with the tools they need to move the needle in student achievement. Jenny is also currently pursuing her MBA at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business.