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Our PD experiences are rooted in collaboration and community, and rigorous review of student and teacher work.

Professional Learning Program

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning offers research-based professional development and community engagement experiences for teachers, educational leaders, community partners, and school and district teams. Experiences include workshops, guided tours of our demonstration learning sites, coaching and consulting.

For details and registration for upcoming workshops, visit the PD Calendar. Click here to join the CITY Professional Learning Program email list and receive updates directly.

Areas of expertise include professional learning communities, project-based learning, advisory, student-led conferences and student exhibitions, instructional rounds, community partnerships, and more. We also host free Edcamp Tucson events twice annually for the Southern Arizona community.

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning’s professional development facilitators have worked for over two decades with a variety of schools, districts, and other educational organizations regionally and nationally, including:

  • Local districts: Tucson Unified School District, Amphitheater School District, Catalina Foothills School District
  • Independent schools, such as The Gregory School and Phoenix Country Day School
  • Districts throughout the state and nation, including Window Rock School District (AZ), Tulsa (OK) Public Schools, Fairfax (VA) Public Schools
  • Pima County Superintendent’s Regional Support Center
  • Educational advocacy groups and foundations, such as Arizona K-12 Center, Battelle for Kids, and Voices for Education

spring symposium - table shot“The workshop leaders did an amazing job illuminating ‘moves and strategies’ for facilitation. They had myriad insights … and were willing to adjust the agenda to attend to our needs as learners.” —Workshop Participant

To speak with someone in person about the professional development program, contact Director of professional development Timothy Grivois-Shah, Tim@CITYccl.org.