Professional Learning for ELA

Whether you are new to Fishtank ELA or have been using our curriculum for years, our professional learning workshops will help you get the most out of Fishtank ELA. 

You will engage directly with the authors of the curriculum and our professional learning specialists through live, virtual sessions. 

Fishtank PL sessions are interactive experiences, designed to leverage your expertise and unique knowledge of your students, and share strategies that you can put to use right away in the classroom.

Select Your Format

Summer Workshops

For individuals or small teams of teachers using Fishtank ELA

School-Based Series

For schools or districts with 10+ teachers using Fishtank ELA

Certified High-Quality PL

Fishtank Learning has been reviewed and approved as a high-quality professional learning provider in Rivet Education's Professional Learning Partner Guide.

Meet the Facilitators

Anne Lyneis

Anne is the Managing Director of ELA Curriculum and the author of the Fishtank ELA curriculum for grades K–5. She taught elementary school for 8 years in both public and charter schools in Louisiana, Texas, and Massachusetts before joining the Fishtank team. She has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont and a Master’s degree in school leadership from Louisiana State University.

Maggie Roth

Maggie is the ELA Curriculum Director for grades K–5. Maggie joined the Fishtank team after a decade teaching 1st, 2nd, and 5th grades in public and charter schools in Providence, Brooklyn, and Boston. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University.

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Ready to get started?

We can help you figure out the right professional learning option to fit your needs. Just fill out this short form and a team member will be in touch!


The PD connected me to amazing resources which I had not explored yet. This is all structured SO concretely, with clear and complete suggestions for implementation. So excited to implement this—in a way I have never been over curriculum.