Professional Development Center for Educators
The Professional Development Center for Educators within the University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development works closely with teachers and administrators to carefully craft services that meet the particular needs of schools and school districts.
Integrating reading and writing curriculum, ELL support, Bookworms, and more into literacy instruction.
Coaching, observations, curriculum development, and more math-focused instruction training.
Curriculum theory and approaches, aligning assessments to standards, and more social studies integration training.
Literacy curriculum developed by UD professor helps to eliminate the achievement gap in a Delaware school district
January 6, 2022
LEADING THE WAY WITH BOOKWORMS ARTICLE BY JESSICA HENDERSON. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SEAFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT.Read More
Superintendent of Seaford Schools Corey Miklus Implemented Bookworms to Successfully Close the Achievement Gap
February 4, 2021
“Bookworms was one of the main changes we made for ELA curriculum at our elementary schools, and we’ve done a lot of professional development withRead More