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Bringing the hashtag to teacher professional development

It's 8 p.m. on a Sunday evening. Dinner is finished, and the dishes have been put away. It's time to get ready for another busy week at school. For many teachers, this is also a great time to engage in much-needed professional development with their peers. At this hour,...

source: By Brian Stack
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In Learning Forward's definition of professional learning, conferences such as the events we offer each December have a specific purpose and role. Admittedly, professional learning that isn't embedded in the day-to-day work of schools has certain limitations. However, there...

source: Learning Forward via Education Week Teacher

Learning Forward will launch a new and improved Coaches' Connect on Sept. 15 with the following new features: Self-scheduled time for coaching Opportunity to select a specific Learning Forward coach Choice of video call or voice call Use of the trusted Google Hangouts...

source: Learning Forward

What are your strategies for finding enough time for professional learning in your workweek? What schedules support job-embedded learning? How much time is enough, and when is it most useful? Gather with us on Twitter on Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST to share ideas...

source: Learning Forward

Digital Promise and EdSurge are hosting the first annual Digital Innovation in Learning Awards (DILAs) to shine a spotlight on great practices in education and share those practices with others. They are currently accepting applications...

source: EdSurge

The highest-achieving states in the country — and the highest-achieving countries in the world — have the strongest protections for teachers. These states and countries realize what parents know: The path to great teaching and good schools lies in recruiting...

source: San Francisco Chronicle

Debates about how to improve educational outcomes for students often involve two camps — those who focus on the impact of in-school factors on student achievement and those who focus on out-of-school factors. There are many in-school...

source: The Washington Post


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