Science-based Professional Development for Teachers

School Improvement

Three-year job embedded professional development plans aligned to the Learning Forward Standards for Professional Learning.

Conferences

Over 18 years of planning custom conferences specializing in The Science and Art of Learning, STEM, STEAM, and other topics.

Teacher and Leadership Institutes

6.5 hour sessions divided between focuses on the Art of learning, the Science of learning and creating the Practice to be applied.

Credentials

Earn badges in our credentialing system create a research based, evidence driven certification program for your district or school.

About Syfr Learning

Syfr will build your internal capacity to close the learning gap.

Based on the science of learning, our professional development transforms the design of instruction. Get a huge return on your PD investment by leveraging the enthusiasm of your staff in research based, effective instructional PRINCIPLES.

We build the capacity for sustained, continuous improvement in schools by developing people— students, teachers, staff and administration— and their ability to construct their own learning and growth as a part of a larger community and organization.

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The Art of Learning: Perspective and Cognition

Download The Art of Learning book for FREE! ($35 value)

For a limited time, receive a FREE copy of our book The Art of Learning: Perspective and Cognition.

Syfr Learning Gets Results

School Districts Impacted
Teachers Trained
Teachers Influenced
Students Helped

Syfr Learning offers a variety of development opportunities to meet any client’s needs. See some case studies from our happy clients. »

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A Letter to My Teacher

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