The ESC of the Western Reserve is an integral part of the education system in both Geauga and Lake Counties, and the state. The ESC recognizes that the rapidly changing educational environment in Ohio demands flexibility, innovation, and dynamic leadership. The ESC of the Western Reserve meets the needs of our districts by providing quality programs, services, and learning opportunities that meet the individual and collective needs of the students in our districts.
The ESC of the Western Reserve strives to support your district's specific needs in a variety of ways. Should you need consultation support of professional development not listed, contact our team for assistance. We have several professional development topics ready and any of our programs can be customized to your unique needs. We can deliver sessions in-person, virtually, or as a self-paced course to your team.
The ESC of the Western Reserve has partnered with the State Support Team Region 4, and the Lake Geauga Computer Association to provide our districts with learning opportunities. Listed below please find some of our professional development offerings:
- Community Support
- Early Childhood
- Universal Design for Learning
- Special Education
- Math/ Science
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Professional Learning Communities
- Ohio Department of Education Updates
- Trauma-Informed Care & Behavior
- LGCA Technology Offerings
To view our upcoming professional development offerings and more, please follow this link.
The Educational Service Center of the Western Reserve (ESCWR), Lake Geauga Computer Association, and the State Support Team of Region 4 (SST4) provide high-quality, personalized services to inspire and support student growth and staff development to educational communities in our region and across Ohio. The ESCWR supports educators of all experience levels, from new educators to aspiring instructional leaders, as they effectively bring their expertise to the classroom. Consultants coach educators using organizational principles designed to help all students learn, while also allowing for individual variations based on student learning. Understanding that classroom instruction should be tied to Ohio's Learning Standards, Ohio's Academic Content Standards - Extended guides all curriculum work, including shaping approaches to teaching and learning strategies that help students learn the curriculum and develop independent learning skills. Click HERE to learn more!