Tag: PDC

Snapshots: Arrival of 16 educators from Nigeria

The Institute for Learning Partnership is showcasing the power of international collaboration this week, welcoming 16 Nigerian educators who are part of its newest professional development cohort. The educators come from the preschool, elementary, middle and high school levels, and are classroom teachers, school leaders and owners and counselors from private, parochial and government schools. […]

Nigerian educators among those visiting campus

Here’s a story showcasing the power of international collaboration in education. UW-Green Bay’s Institute for Learning Partnership and Professional Program in Education will be welcoming a sizeable contingent of visiting educators from Nigeria next week (Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 4). About 20 teachers and administrators will be here for five days of learning […]

Area educators earn Professional Development Certificates

Our own Institute for Learning Partnership presented 26 area educators with Professional Development Certificates during a recognition ceremony Oct. 1, acknowledging their completion of this unique, self-paced and individualized professional development program. Green Bay School District Superintendent Michelle Langenfeld addressed the program grads, the majority of whom are teachers in the Green Bay District. Others […]

Area educators earn Professional Development Certificates

The Institute for Learning Partnership at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has awarded Professional Development Certificates to 26 educators from three area school districts. The “Accomplished Educators” were certified during a special recognition ceremony Oct. 1 at the UW-Green Bay University Union. Michelle Langenfeld, superintendent of the Green Bay Area Public School District, gave the […]

Alumni Rising: Institute’s Cole honored by native Nigeria

On a recent trip to her homeland of Nigeria, Juliet Cole, associate director of the Institute for Learning Partnership, was presented with the “Recognition Award of Outstanding Daughter of the Soil” educational honor. The award, given by the Supreme House Montessori School in Lagos, Nigeria, was presented to Cole in partnership with the Quality Assurance and Research Development Agency (QAARDAN) of Nigeria. The recognition spoke to appreciation for a “job well done for the immense contributions to the enormous growth of education in Nigeria.”

Professional exchange: Nigerian educators visit UW-Green Bay

How far would you travel to become a better professional? 100 miles? Maybe 1,000 miles? A group of nine educators arrived in Green Bay April 28 after traveling nearly 6,000 miles from Nigeria in Western Africa to attend a series of seminars throughout the week. Group members came to UW-Green Bay to expand their understanding […]

Schaal to retire as director of Institute for Learning 


Veteran educator Richard Schaal has announced he will resign as director of the Institute for Learning Partnership at UW-Green Bay effective May 31. Schaal first joined the Institute in 2003 as coordinator of the Professional Development Certificate program. He accepted appointment as director in 2007, succeeding John Crubaugh. The Institute brings together educators from area […]

Fifteen educators will receive PDC recognition 

The Institute for Learning Partnership at UW-Green Bay will award Professional Development Certificates to 15 educators from three area school districts Sept. 27. The “Accomplished Educators” will be certified during a special recognition ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room of the University Union. Pulaski Superintendent Mel Lightner will be the keynote speaker, and […]