We know principals across the state have very different access to professional learning. If you're along the I-5 corridor in the Puget Sound, you have way more options than in rural parts of southeast Washington. Budgets for professional learning, support for being out of the building...all those things impact a principal's ability to access resources and improve. As much as we'd love to get to every corner of the state, that's not sustainable either. And this was all before a pandemic and every educator and parent knew what synchronous and asynchronous learning meant.
Our learning management system is designed to bring our content to wherever you are, on your time, and with or without your team. Some courses are designed to be watched with a team, where we provide resources and guiding questions to help make them interactive. Others are just for you for learning on your own time. The best part is, thanks to grants and contracts with OSPI, we have tons of FREE content.
Canvas, Blackboard...nope, these aren't just objects anymore, they're LMSes. Prior to the pandemic, Learning Management Systems weren't an acronym we all knew. At AWSP, our LMS is called Path, and it's made specifically for associations and professional trade organizations (that's us). So if you hear us refer to Path, or our LMS, you'll know what we're talking about. You can always find it online at pathlms.com/awsp