Bridgeworks: Systems of Support for Improvement & Change

The Bridgeworks Team



The UEPC offers comprehensive services to support school and district improvement at all levels, with the goal of creating equitable and excellent schools. The UEPC uses research-based strategies to design professional learning opportunities for educators and leaders that result in improved practices and increased student learning. We are deeply committed to building the capacity of our clients so they are successful in improving teaching and learning for all students.

Our customized and collaborative services include the following areas:

  • Building Capacity for School and District Improvement – Leading organizational change
  • Developing Systems to Support Instructional Coherence – PLCs, instructional coaching, administrative feedback, whole-school professional learning
  • Developing and Implementing High-Impact Professional Learning Designs – Standards-based instructional planning, formative assessment and feedback cycles, collaborative design of Tier 1 instruction for student mastery
  • Fostering Positive School Cultures and Climates – Assessing climate, using strategies and practices to improve climate and culture, selecting and monitoring interventions for academic and behavioral MTSS and PBIS practices
  • Establishing Meaningful Family and Community Engagement Practices – Building strong partnerships with families, developing community partnerships to support student success, afterschool and community school programs
  • Research and Evaluation of Improvement Efforts – Survey design, administration, and reporting; interviews, focus groups, and observations; program planning and implementation; statistical analysis, school appraisals

The UEPC has a long history of supporting local schools and districts through research and technical assistance. Collectively, our team has professional experiences in:

  • Teaching and school leadership
  • Regional educational development laboratories
  • State and federal educational agencies as directors, policy analysts, and evaluators
  • Research and professional development with schools and school districts

Our broad areas of expertise include:

  • School Reform
  • Organizational Change
  • Leadership Development
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Mathematics Education
  • Professional Learning

For more information, please contact Dr. Cori Groth at cori.groth@utah.edu or at 801-581-5177.

 

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