Inquisitive schools for Oregon's next generation
Our Teaching Preschools are demonstration sites that make our practices visible. Our Teaching Preschools host professional learning events and site visits as standing examples of the changes we are working to create within Oregon’s schools.
Parkrose School District: Prescott Teaching Preschool, Shaver Teaching Preschool, and Sacramento Teaching Preschool
With our relationship starting in 2015, Parkrose School District hosts three of our Teaching Preschools. Partially funded by Preschool Promise and Preschool for All, TPP facilitates growth and change from teaching practice to administering teaching and learning.
Gladstone School District: Gladstone Teaching Preschool
Starting in 2014, our Gladstone Teaching Preschool is an inclusive classroom run as a collaboration between Clackamas Education Service District, Gladstone School District, and Teaching Preschool Partners. We facilitate growth and change in classroom practice, and work to align our approaches with inclusion in mind.
We’re working alongside educators and administrators to integrate playful learning approaches that center student voice and agency into classrooms across Oregon. All of our school district partners are engaged in multi-year projects that we support while cultivating the values of Playful Inquiry
Beaverton School District
2017 – Present; Total Enrollment 39,515
Our work with Beaverton School District includes support to PreK, K and 1st grade classrooms with PD sessions, re-designing classroom environments located in Title I schools, collaborating with principals and coaches, conducting teacher observations, and working alongside Children’s Institute’s Early School Success initiative.Beaverton School District
Greater Albany Public School District
2020 – Present; Total Enrollment 8,325
TPP facilitates preschool teaching team and offers a cohort experience. We advise on the operations of three elementary schools and on their Preschool Promise administration.Greater Albany Public Schools
North Clackamas School District
2020 – Present; Total Enrollment 16,458
TPP facilitates a wide range of professional learning activities from kindergarten cohorts, social and emotional learning, and materials workshops. We redesign environments, coach teachers in using them, and design material kits for dissemination. We help to facilitate advisory groups and advise on the administration of preschool and early learning alignment.North Clackamas School District
Regional Educator Networks and The Educator Advancement Council support TPP in extending professional development opportunities for local teachers and providers into the community.
What happens when we connect great ideas?
In addition to working in school districts, TPP also offers deep dives into cultivating powerful early learning communities through…
- Cohort Experiences
- Classroom Environment Consulting
- Professional Development Workshops designed in collaboration with participating sites
- Hosting and preserving the Opal School Archive
- And more…