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Professional Development

Professional development services are delivered through a series of one-on-one consulting and step-by-step curriculum innovation coaching with teachers and instructional designers.

Curriculum Support

Curriculum support includes: unit mapping, database audits, standards alignment, custom units, meaningful assessments, instructional resources, and more by request.

Speaking Engagements

Dr. Marie Hubley Alcock is a national and international keynote speaker and education consultant. Her work focuses on the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment design. 


NEW JERSEY SCHOOLS



Learning Systems Associates is proud to support school organizations that are embracing curriculum change, contemporary instruction, and authentic and standards based assessments.

Dr. Alcock works personally with school leaders and faculty to improve curriculum and transform learning environments to meet district and state-wide goals, while providing students with meaningful and measurable learning outcomes.


LSA is a NJ based business and excited about contributing to the development of strong schools, engaged faculty and smart students in New Jersey State. We are happy to extend incentives and partnership opportunities to schools in the state who are committed to modern learning and whole-system educational strategies.

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Learning and The Brain Conference - Promoting Social Skills, Interactions, and Collaborations in a Digital Age

Teaching Social Skills In a Digital Age

Children today spend more time using digital devices than ever before, but it has come with a loss of face-to-face interaction and social skills. A 2018 Pew Research Center study found that with 95 percent of U.S. teens now having access to a smartphone, 45 percent feel overwhelmed by social media drama, 48 percent feel they don't fit in with peers, and 36 percent feel they have too little face-to-face time with friends. However, brain and psychological research has shown that having face-to-face interactions and developing social skills are essential for learning, making lasting friendships, and for academic and career success. Join us in New York to explore how our brains are wired for face-to-face social interactions, how digital devices are affecting social skills development and addiction, and how social groups, and using classroom collaborations improve learning. Discover ways to help all students, including the socially awkward and those with autism, feel accepted, make friends, and develop the social and emotional skills needed for school and life success.

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