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T&L Live PD Library: Professional Learning

Revamping/Redefining PD and Professional Learning
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Next-Gen PD

  • Presenters John Martin, Ken Veon, Mandy Vasek, Mike Daugherty, and Jessie Butash examine the keys to success in local, regional and global professional development, while John Martin's The Giving Tree offers an in-depth exploration of the care and growth of your PLN. 
  • This session from Jarod Bormann and Steve Wick covers a variety of successful PD models related to differentiated learning, the 4 Cs of PD (collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking), Google Apps for Education, and more. Next-Gen PD InteractiveNext-Gen PD Presentation

Rethinking Academic Coaches

  • What is the philosophy underlying academic coaching for educational technology? What coaching models are most effective? And how can technology itself support successful coaching? These questions and more are answered by presenters Kevin Windsor, Paul Sanfrancesco and Laura Chesson.
  • These sessions provides examples of successful instructional coaching models and offers tips and guidelines you can use to replicate these best practices in your schools. Presenters: Educators from Madison Metropolitan School District, Winnetka Public Schools, & Park Ridge Niles School District (K-8) and Leyden High School District & Maine ISD (9-12)
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PD That Works
Bryan Phillips, Melissa Jackson, Suzan Brandt, and Susan Grigsby present examples of proven professional development techniques. Moderator: Beth Miller, president of GLMA (Georgia Library Media Association).

Rethinking Academic Coaches

This presentation provides examples of successful instructional coaching models and offers tips and guidelines you can use to replicate these best practices in your schools. Donna Teuber, Christine Horowitz, Wanda Greenfield, Heather Cox, and Christian Padgett present. 


Pivot Points for Tech Integration

Joan Hughes' presentation demonstrates how schools get stakeholders on board for edtech integration, and offer tips and tools to replicate these success stories in your schools and districts. 

PD That Works
Learn about four types PD programs that work, including: tiered and blended PD; motivating teachers through innovative PD; preparing for the new T-TESS; and redefining PD to keep up with a rapidly changing world. Presenters: Rachel Calabretta, Suzette McIntyre, Scott Floyd, and Wendy Jones. 

Rethinking Academic Coaches
These sessions provide examples of successful coaching/mentoring models and offers tips and guidelines you can use to replicate these best practices in your schools.

  • Presentation by Daniel Diamond, Rafranz Davis, Mike Kuhrt and Aimee Bartis 
  • Presentation by coaches and SPOCs from NYCDOE, Hendrick Hudson, River Dell, Wayne, Fort Lee and Ramsey Public School Districts

Rethinking Coaching
A look at how rethinking and extending the role of instructional technology coaches in schools can improve the overall learning landscape.

Brandee Ramirez and Steve Regur

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Personalizing PD
roundtable discussion handout from Brandee Ramirez and Steve Regur

Paperless Professional Resources
Charlene Chausis offers a roundup of apps and services for paperless PD

 Paul Hermes

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Revamping/Redefining PD and Professional Learning 
Administrators from several parts of the country share what’s working for them when it comes to professional learning/PD.

The Smartest Person in the Room: An interactive learning challenge
A hands-on wrapup session led by Carl Hooker challenges participants to collaborate and create slide shows about their experience at the conference.

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