"Seek the wisdom of the ages, but look at the world through the eyes of a child."
Web-Centric Continuous Professional Education (WCCPE) delivers exemplary, high-performance learning, supported by evidence-based learning research, through a twenty-first century, collaborative networked environment; preparing the diverse learning community to be leaders and life-long learners in an ever-changing, global workforce.
WCCPE curriculum has been closely aligned with the teacher domains, standard competencies, and the student Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), and is designed to be in compliance with the provisions of Title 19 Texas Administrative Code: Chapter 150, Rule 150.1002; Chapter 232, Rule 232.800, Rule 232.850,Rule 232.851, Rule 232.860, Rule 232.870, Rule 232.871, and Rule 232.872; and all other applicable statues and rules. The teacher proficiencies described in Learner-Centered Schools for Texas; A Vision of Texas Educators, the No Child Left Behind Policy Brief, Building Bridges; The Mission and Principles of Professional Development, and the research-based Texas Reading and Math Initiative is the foundation of our WCCPE instruction.
The Professional Development and Appraisal System (PDAS) domains are the cornerstones in the WCCPE pedagogical class design, offering exceptional learning opportunities for educators wanting to align their abilities to help their students' master state standards through higher level, critical thinking, technology-rich, content-based professional development.