Develop a Successful PD Program
5/9/2011 6:00:00 AM
Do you feel you have a successful 21st century skills professional
development program in place? Creating or enhancing your current program
can seem overwhelming at first, but if you divide it up into key
phases, the challenge becomes less daunting.
Start by focusing on one of these phases:
- Determine the participants of professional development
- Understand 21st century skills training gaps
- Develop 21st century skills
- Analyze progress
- Provide support
And, ultimately, your result will positively impact student achievement.
There are many parts to a successful 21st century skills professional
development program. Modify and move the above phases in an order to fit
your needs. Need a guide to get you started? Check out this free resource today.
P.D. Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning
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