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Problem Solving Network


The Problem Solving Network (PSN) provides the opportunity for educators across North Carolina, who are facing similar issues and challenges, to collaborate on solutions.
During virtual sessions, participants will:
  • listen as a district or charter school representative details an educational dilemma
  • actively engage in a virtual discussion using prompts
  • collaborate on solutions as a network
  • provide feedback about the process and content


Upcoming Sessions

March 24, 2016 - Scaffolding Support/Strategies for New Teachers
Host - Seth Brown, Beginning Teacher Coordinator, Pitt County Schools
Click Here to Register




Previous Session Recordings

February 3, 2016 - Small District/Charter School Solutions
Host - Dr. Kim Morrison, Chief Academic and Innovation Officer, Mt. Airy City Schools

2016-02-03 Problem Solving Network - Small Districts_Charters.zip
2016-02-03 Problem Solving Network - Small Districts_Charters.zip
2016-02-03 Problem Solving Network - Small Districts_Charters.zip

March 10, 2016 - How to Transform and Sustain Change in a High Needs School
Host - Steve Lassiter, 2014-15 Wells Fargo Principal of the Year, Principal of Pactolus School, Pitt County



Call for dilemmas

During virtual sessions, keepers of the dilemma will:
  • participate in a pre-planning meeting with a facilitator
  • describe an educational dilemma
  • actively engage in a virtual discussion by responding to participant questions
  • ask participants to collaborate on solutions as a network
  • summarize main points of discussion and solutions
  • provide feedback about the process and content

Consider hosting a session by providing a dilemma!

Complete the form linked below and you will be contacted by a professional development coordinator.

Call for Dilemmas Form