Southeastern Wisconsin Educator Project (SWEP)

Southeastern Wisconsin Educator Project (SWEP) is a collaborative network among local school districts and the College of Education and Leadership.

 

Our Vision

Students' needs are met by effective and confident teachers who grow professionally through a collaborative network of induction. This network will transform and sustain the quality of leadership and education one person at a time.
 

Our Purpose

The Southeastern Wisconsin Educator Project works to meet district needs to build capacity to strengthen and support educator’s professional practices in order to increase student achievement and teacher efficacy.


What does it mean to be part of the Southeastern Wisconsin Educator Project (SWEP) consortium?

It means you have joined with others to pool resources for achieving a common goal: to build capacity to strengthen and support educator’s professional practices in order to increase student achievement and teacher efficacy. It means that together you can be more, and do more, than any one member can achieve alone. The SWEP Consortium exists to serve teachers, their mentors, and administrators to improve practice that leads to increased student achievement.

As a member of SWEP, our consortium participants benefit from:

  • The cost savings and access to New Teacher Center professional development, tools, and resources.

  • The connection to Cardinal Stritch University’s College of Education and Leadership faculty and expertise.

  • The opportunity to collaborate and share best practices for teacher induction with other member school districts.

 

Contact Information

For more information, please contact swep@stritch.edu.

Location
Cardinal Stritch University 
6801 N Yates Rd., #97
Milwaukee, WI 53217

 

Based upon changes in educator licensure as of Fall 2017, we are revising our PI-34 support.

As a result ED 690 Understanding, Supporting, and Facilitating the Spirit of PI-34 will not be offered this year, nor will ED 584 Writing the PDP.

 

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