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The Professional Learning Sweet Spot

A Principal's Reflections

For the better part of my educational career, I always referred to any type of learning to assist me as a teacher or administrator as professional development (PD). In March of 2009, I began to use Twitter, and it was at this time that I began to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN).

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7 Great NonProfits Changing the Face of Professional Learning

Tom Murray

All of these organizations are shifting the needle and rocking professional learning nationwide. This resource is sure to jumpstart your next professional learning or team building activity! EdCamp Foundation. URL: www.edcamp.org. International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). URL: www.iste.org.

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What Constitutes Good PD?

A Principal's Reflections

Below are some effective strategies, ideas, and learning opportunities that will provide you and your school the means to invigorate professional development to get real results. The three pathways above provide practical, cost-effective, and accessible means to improve professional practice.

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How to DIY Your Distance Learning PD

Graphite Blog

But with the coronavirus pandemic disrupting more traditional professional learning opportunities like in-person conferences and workshops, it's time for you to chart your own course. Fortunately, there are plenty of informal ways to learn and grow professionally on your own.

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8 Things to Look for in Today’s Professional Learning (Part 2)

The Principal of Change

(This is the second of two parts on professional learning. Connected Learning. We not only have access to all of the information in our world today, but we have access to one another. This has a major impact in our learning today. You can read the first part here. We need to do less, better.

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Digital Equity in Rural School Districts

edWeb.net

The goal of digital equity is to ensure that all students have access to devices, high-speed internet, and opportunities to learn both in school and out. One of the struggles in Wisconsin is digital learning days, where students with limited or no access to WIFI at home cannot access their education.

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Three Ways That Rural States Can Become the Hotbeds for School Edtech Innovation

Edsurge

Technology has been a key component in the planting, fertilization, growth and eventually, the blossoming of new statewide initiatives including distance education and new professional learning opportunities for educators that have benefitted students in a variety of ways. Wyoming Switchboard Network homepage.

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