Professional Development shouldn't be one size fits all. What options exist for teachers to take control of their development?
Exactly one year ago today, my first ever blog article was published by the wonderful researchers/educators, The Learning Scientists. Since that day, I’ve had the bug...the reading research-writing-learning-growing bug. It’s been an amazing journey so far. A world of education, that I never knew existed, has been exposed to me and it’s changed everything about... Continue Reading →
Post 2 - Finding the Research As I stated in Post 1, the purpose of this series is to empower educators to take control of their professional development with research. Often times, the prescribed whole-school PD doesn’t meet the needs of all classes and students. I believe teachers should invest in seeking out your own... Continue Reading →
Post 1 - Introduction This is the introduction to a compendium meant to empower the classroom teacher to take control of their professional development through research. So often, a teachers only experience with professional development is the prescribed whole-school PD that takes place perhaps once a month or through a school-wide book club. While these... Continue Reading →