Workshops & CEUs

Iredell-Statesville Schools uses LINQ as it's Professional Learning Management System.  It can be accessed through Timekeeper to:

  • Ensure professional development is aligned to district strategic priorities
  • Communicate professional development opportunities
  • Register participants for professional development topics
  • Manage room reservations
  • Develop course rosters
  • Monitor course completion, satisfaction and impact of training through end of course surveys
  • Assign and track Continuing Education Units
  • Communicate to participants the status of their professional development  transcripts

A participant must register for the workshop and sign-in on Workshop Sign- In Sheet in order to receive credits.  Failure to do so before the workshop is closed will result in forfeiture of CEUs.

How to:

Central Support Services
549 North Race Street
Statesville, NC  28677
Fax: 704-872-2553


Executive Director of Professional Learning and System Evaluation 
Jed Stus
704-924-2025
jed_stus@iss.k12.nc.us

OSP/Data Manager,  Professional Learning 
Jamie Davidson
704-924-2046
jamie_davidson@iss.k12.nc.us


For Technical Assistance Contact the Digital Teaching & Learning Coach assigned to your school/department:

Susan Pope
sjpope@iss.k12.nc.us

Jackie Parker
jparker@iss.k12.nc.us

Don Lourcey
don_lourcey@iss.k12.nc.us

We believe that professional learning improves the knowledge and skills of our faculty and staff, and can lead to changes in classroom practice and increased student learning.  Professional development that is not on-going or collaborative (aka One-Shot Workshop) rarely translates into classroom application or student impact.   Research shows that the most effective professional development combines meaningful job-embedded practice with support from instructors through on-going feedback and coaching.