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Consulting and Training

Consulting

Continuing Education Consulting Services

Continuing Education has substantial capacity to work with you on a wide variety of educational and agency issues. CEED staff can meet with your organization to assess staff and organizational capacity, develop and deliver appropriate professional development programs, and assist with the development and evaluation of grants, among other things. Our well-respected staff has experience in working with regional and national government agencies, schools and districts, Head Start and early childhood centers, libraries, mental health and community agencies, and other organizations to meet educational, organizational, and evaluation needs.

Consultation examples

  • Coaching
  • Training
  • Needs assessment
  • Third party evaluation for grants
  • Grant development
  • Organizational audits
  • Administrator mentoring
  • Alternative and charter school evaluations

Contact us for more information. We can help you think through your next project.

Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education
ceed@pdx.edu
503-725-8279
1-800-547-8887 ext 58279

Center for Student Success
www.pdx.edu/ceed/success
centerforsuccess@pdx.edu
503-725-9519
1-800-547-8887 ext 59519
Fax: 503-725-5599

What people say

"The Center for Student Success has served as a third party evaluator for two Educational Service District 112 Teaching American History Grants. Through that partnership, CSS has provided meaningful feedback, strong reports, and, most importantly, knowledgeable, skilled, and generous professionals committed to furthering teacher professionalism and student success."

— Matt Karlsen, Teaching American History grants coordinator

 

Training

If you or your staff have a need for specialized, on-site, or tailored training, Continuing Education in the Graduate School of Education (CEED) delivers professional development that is responsive to your unique needs at your own setting. CEED will work with you to provide knowledge and skills found in established courses and programs or will collaborate with you to design curriculum that addresses your or your staff's specific needs through a range of delivery formats.

If you are interested in bringing specifically designed training to your school, district, agency, company, or institution, contact one of the individuals below:

Area Contact Email Phone
Addictions Counseling Graduate Certificate Kathy Lovrien lovrienk@pdx.edu 503-725-8165
Adoptions Therapy Training Marion Sharp sharpml@pdx.edu 503-725-4876
Autism / Special Education Tracy Williams-Murphy
tracy.williamsmurphy@pdx.edu 503-725-8102
Behavioral Healthcare Kathy Lovrien lovrienk@pdx.edu 503-725-8165
Clinical Supervision Kathy Lovrien lovrienk@pdx.edu 503-725-8165
Deepening Mathematical Understanding Constance LaGue centerforsuccess@pdx.edu 503-725-9519
Early Childhood Education Kerry Goldstein
kerry.goldstein@pdx.edu 

503-725-8321
ESL/Bilingual Elizabeth Snydere snydere@pdx.edu 503-725-9786
Infant/Toddler Mental Health Marion Sharp sharpml@pdx.edu 503-725-4628
Interpersonal Neurobiology Marion Sharp sharpml@pdx.edu 503-725-4876
Library Media Elizabeth Snyder
snydere@pdx.edu 503-725-9786
Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction Elizabeth Snyder snydere@pdx.edu 503-725-4626
PreK-12 Teacher Education Kerry Goldstein
kerry.goldstein@pdx.edu 503-725- 8321
Professional Learning Communities and Teams Constance LaGue centerforsuccess@pdx.edu 503-725-9519
Reading Endorsement Elizabeth Snyder
snydere@pdx.edu 503-725-9786
Service Learning Kerry Goldstein kerry.goldsteine@pdx.edu 503-725-8321
Therapy with Adoptive Families Marion Sharp sharpml@pdx.edu 503-725-4876

Examples of on-site, in-district and agency-based customized programs include: