How To Personalize Learning Plans for Your Teachers
Is your district utilizing a one-size fits all approach to professional development? Is most of your PD top-down? Are you cultivating a culture of teacher leadership and allowing teachers to lead? What’s your district’s philosophy and vision for professional development? In the latest webinar for the edWeb.net Leadership 3.0 community, presenter Tom Murray, Director of Technology and Cyber Education, Quakertown Community School District in Bucks County, explored methods for PD reform. He discussed the value of teacher ownership as part of the professional development process as well as ways your district can transform professional development from top to bottom. One of the goals of professional development should be to provide meaningful, effective professional development, where teachers are invigorated and inspired. In a lively webinar with an active Twitter feed to accompany it, Tom discussed ways to make PD be more outcome-based so that teachers are not simply focused on earning attendance hours.
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