Introducing Role-Specific Professional Development Opportunities with Rosemary Reilly Chammat and Bianca Carreiro (September 2023)

On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with Rosemary Reilly Chammat and Bianca Carreiro, both School Based Mental Health grant recipients from the Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, about statewide role-specific professional development as a retention strategy. This conversation is guided by NCSSLE’s Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

Learn more about Rhode Island’s professional development strategy by reading their Grantee Highlight.

Time Stamp

Question / Topic Discussed

1:00

Introductions.

1:52

Background about statewide role specific professional development.

5:39

Needs being met with this program.

8:01

How they were able to bring this to fruition.

11:41

Lessons learned.

14:31

Impacts from the program.

18:37

What is coming next.

26:26

Final takeaways and closing

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