In a nationwide survey, more than 500 principals and teachers indicated that trust and respect are vital to a successful personalized professional learning initiative. Yet, obstacles such as differing views of the evaluation process or a lack of trust in evaluation results can make it difficult to create a climate that supports teachers’ professional learning needs. In Episode 3 of the Performance Matters (formerly Truenorthlogic) Educator Viewpoints on Personalized Professional Learning Salon Series, K-12 educators, school leaders and district administrators are invited to explore how to build trust, respect and empathy into personalized professional development in a free report and a webinar on Sept. 8th at 2 p.m. Eastern time.
Episode 3, titled “Trust and Respect: Must-Have Attitudes,” shares key findings from the survey and best practices from educators. To get the Episode 3 Guide or register for the webinar, visit http://insights.performancematters.com. Educators can also join in the conversation on social media using the hashtags #AMPeducators and #PPLSuccess.