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TRI-LIN offers professional courses in Spanish and English for educators at all levels. When we plan a course, our first goal is to meet the needs of our clients. Therefore, our course scheduling begins with a consultation to establish expectations, objectives and approach for meeting the client’s goals. As a result of our expertise in developing formative assessments, our courses provide the instructional vision teachers need in order to plan, strategize and deliver lessons that will make a difference for students. We believe in research-based professional development plans that include follow-up and coaching for all courses. We offer both short-term and long-term professional development.
Our team of expert consultants believes in teacher and student mastery. All our consultants have demonstrated their passion for and dedication to the field of education as Teachers, Specialists, Program Directors, Product Developers, Parent Psychologists, and Assessment Writers. They have the knowledge and presentation skills to motivate both educators and parents.
TRI-LIN has provided professional growth plans to the following educational institutions among many others: San Antonio ISD, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD, North East ISD, Eagle Pass ISD, Harlandale ISD, Northside ISD, Rio Grande City CISD, Education Service Center Region 20.
PROFESSIONAL COURSE OFFERINGS
As an outgrowth of our expertise in the development of state and national formative assessments in both Spanish and English, TRI-LIN now offers research-based professional courses in Spanish and English that are customized to the client. With a team of expert consultants, professional courses focus on teacher instructional success resulting in student achievement.
• Emerging Readers: Know the Process
• Cognitive Demands of STARR
• Math Essentials
• Opening the Doors for Reading and Writing
• Writers Workshop
• Sheltered Instruction
• Vocabulary Development
• Make & Take Literacy Centers
• Language to Literacy
• GT Foundation Hours
• Best Practice for Teaching in Special Education Classroom