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George Evans Jun 15
A1: Another thing is professional development coherence. If we looked at all the PD that a school does throughout the year, does it actually lead towards a focused vision or goal? Or is it haphazard, reactionary, and based on the latest shiny object?
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Chris Legleiter Jun 15
A1. PD must help educators understand we are the difference- it happens thru empowering staff, modeling desired strategies and teachers help lead it. Most important- get to their hearts to reach their minds.
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Curtis Slater Jun 15
Happy Saturday Curt Slater Proud Principal of the in MN!
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George Evans Jun 15
A1: I think a lot of PD could be done in house by teacher leaders and it should really focus on the goals of the school, be actionable, and MODELED. Focus is the key word here.
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Marvin Byrd Jun 15
Good morning everyone! Marvin from Stl here.
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Dennis Griffin Jr Jun 15
A1) PD that pushes me out of my comfort zone B) Driven by data and interest C) A shared learning experience. We learn together. Go beyond a sit and get. D) A progression plan that allows for feedback and practice. E) Aligned to the Vision.
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Kori Brown Jun 15
Replying to @MrsTannenb
Yes! To sum up - good PD should have all of the same best practices that we use in our teaching.
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John Meehan Jun 15
Happy start of summer ! John Meehan from Washington DC. My book drops tomorrow from β€” and it’s PERFECT for teachers looking to kick off their break with some quality PD! Rush pre orders are available now!
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Trevor Aleo Jun 8
A4: So many of the "skills" we teach students don't transfer outside of the academic context in which they're learned. As a result, Ss can "do school" but upon graduating can't accomplish tasks school was supposed to prepare them for. These shifts can shift that!
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Melissa Pilakowski Jun 15
A3: Not much right now. Mainly those "hallway" conversations that we have. Hope to change that next year with my new PD responsibilities.
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Paul O'Neill Jun 15
A2: Growing a professional learning network that includes professionals not only from inside my school/district but beyond has helped immensely. Networking beyond my school/district has expanded my thinking and profoundly shaped my professional development.
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Jamie Russo Jun 15
Hi everyone my name is Jamie! I’m an education major from New Jersey!
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BRANDON EASTON Jun 15
A1: Responsive PD needs to be supportive and engaging to the audience we can't just guys and assume what they need. It should also be differentiated just like students not all educators need the same PD. and finally there needs to be follow up and follow through
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Brian Rozinsky Jun 15
Morning, . I'm Brian. I support middle-school students & teachers in Colorado in growing our literacy skills. Today's chat topic has me wondering: How necessary is the adjective in 'professional learning'?
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Paul O'Neill Jun 15
Replying to @mgrosstaylor
Good morning, Marlena!
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Rosa Derricott Jun 8
A2: how do we demonstrate learning as adults and or college students? We have discussions and if someone so chooses they fact check.
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Melissa Pilakowski Jun 15
Yes! We need more of this in education. Something I definitely want to encourage this next year--both within our school and visits to other schools
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Wm Stubbs Jun 15
A3: Instructional rounds/learning walks are a great way to calibrate as instructional leaders. I’ve also seen professional learning communities accelerate shifts in teacher/school leader practices. Mesh theory and practice!!!
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Lisa Pearce Jun 15
A1: Strong and highly effective PD must be relevant, must be modeled and used quickly, provides feedback and there is buy-in. Just a few, I’m sure there’s more.
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