Forefront Math’s Professional Development and Training are designed to impact instruction. Training packages help teachers and leaders leverage Forefront’s technology to improve collaboration, communication, and team work. Forefront PD helps transform data into knowledge and action.

Choose from predefined training topics or work with David Woodward, Founder of Forefront Math, to build your own training package.

first year implementation training

First Year Implementations

Teachers are entering data into Forefront. Now what? Professional development for first-year implementations of the Forefront program is designed to help  schools and districts:

  • Build learning communities.
  • Use reporting to better understand student learning.
  • Design common assessments.

Designed for: Teachers, leaders or both.

Design and Implement Common Assessments

Our team can work with your school or district to maximize the quality of your common assessment implementation by providing professional development to help staff:

  • Design quality, standards-based common assessments.
  • Distribute assessments throughout your school/district.
  • Monitor student performance across standards and over time.

Designed for: Teachers, leaders or both.

design implement common assessments
custom training package

Custom

Reach out to a team member today to develop a professional development program that addresses the unique needs of your school or district. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Build learning communities around Forefront.
  • Use Forefront reports to better understand students.
  • Advanced reporting functionality.
  • Develop and distribute custom assessments.

Contact a team member to develop a training package for your educational organization today.

On behalf of The Equity Project Charter School, I would like to recognize David Woodward’s professionalism and expertise in facilitating an intentional professional development workshop around data-driven instruction in mathematics and school culture at the elementary school level.

Jarod Groome, Instructional Supervisor
The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School