PD Tips: New professional development series
10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM
Creating a Customized Professional
Development Program, Part 1
Our first series in the
all-new PD Tips from Atomic Learning will present a
solid approach to creating a professional development program in your
school or district. Here in Part 1 you'll use a PD program worksheet
designed to help you answer the questions necessary for customizing your
program to your needs.
Download the 21st
Century Skills Professional Development Worksheet here.
completing this worksheet, you'll have recognized the key concerns that
need to be addressed:
* Who are the participants?
What are the gaps in understanding?
* How will you develop
* How can you analyze progress?
* How will you
provide ongoing support?
* In what ways will this affect student
Understand Training Gaps. Determine the areas where you and your staff
can most effectively apply skills training through custom assessment.
PD Tips courtesy of Atomic
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