Professional development is key to staying up-to-date on the latest research findings, learning about innovative programs and new strategic approaches, and ensuring personal health and well-being.

Experts at the Johns Hopkins School of Education offer professional development services and programs that grow key competencies for teachers, administrators, supervisors, and education professionals alike.

As one of the world’s leading schools of education, we’re proud to be educators educating educators.

Our research-heavy, evidence-based approach extends to our skills-building and personal well-being programs, and our experts continually advocate for improved professional development opportunities across the field.

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Our Professional Development Experts

The Johns Hopkins School of Education is home to a diverse group of scholars, researchers, analysts, and administrators with expertise in professional development programs.

  • Annette Campbell Anderson, PhD

    Assistant Professor
    Deputy Director, Center for Safe and Healthy Schools
    Curriculum Director, Johns Hopkins HEAT Corps


    Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, Innovative Teaching & Leadership


    Administration, Organization & Leadership, Education Policy & Politics

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  • Beth Boyle, EdD

    Assistant Research Scientist


    Special Education

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  • Linda Carling, EdD

    Associate Research Professor
    Center Director, Center for Technology in Education


    Center for Technology in Education, SOE Leadership


    Research, Evaluation & Assessment

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  • Joyce L. Epstein, PhD

    Co-Director, Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships
    Co-Director, National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS)


    Center for Social Organization of Schools, SOE Leadership


    Administration, Organization & Leadership, Social Context of Education

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