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Collaboration on Professional Development Program

  The School Improvement Network (SINET) announced today a new collaborative partnership with eMINTS National Center which will enable eMINTS to use the PD 360 learning platform as part of their program delivery methods.
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The School Improvement Network (SINET) announced today a new collaborative partnership with eMINTS National Center which will enable eMINTS to use the PD 360 learning platform as part of their program delivery methods. The platform is an on-demand professional learning resource.

Over 350,000 educators at over 8000 schools use PD 360 to access over a thousand short, easy-to-use video segments that feature experts and present real classroom and best-practice examples. PD 360 provides integrated follow-up tools, reflection activities, tracking, collaboration and community discussion forums, file sharing, and now social networking.

The eMINTS National Center is a non-profit, independent business unit of the University of Missouri that offers professional development programs created by educators for educators.

Founded in 1991 by teachers, the School Improvement Network provides comprehensive, research-based professional development.

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