Weâ€™re planning our professional development for second semester and are running into the two classic challengesâ€”time and money. The committee wants staff to have valuable learning experiences that arenâ€™t a burden either financially or in terms of time. Some are lobbying for a traditional model, while others
This first-of-its kind conference is a prime opportunity for superintendents, principals, teachers and school board members to learn from top education experts and preview the next generation of research-based digital curriculum solutions, with no travel required or substitutes to schedule - just a computer and an Internet connection are needed. Educators' response has been so positive that the virtual conference has been extended until July 17.
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The great news on the PD front—at least from the districts who presented at the second School CIO Summit Conference this June—is that we’ve moved far away from the days of drive-by PD in which socalled experts come in once a year to show teachers how to use product X and expect them to begin using it perfectly by the very next day.