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Create Meaningful Staff Development with a Kaleidoscope of Learning Experiences

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Do you sometimes struggle to provide meaningful professional development opportunities to your teachers? The capabilities of educational technology have the potential to radically change instructional strategies to bring about socially meaningful learning. This webinar will showcase how an organization can move to deeper and more creative staff development practices through a kaleidoscope of blended learning experiences.

Join Naomi Harm as she explains the potential of online collaborative tools and how you can model the use of these tools and resources in your community. She will cover how to develop a vision of Web 2.0 for achieving your districtís technology literacy goals, as well as how to provide support and just in-time learning for educational uses of Web 2.0.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, March 7, 2013 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources
Tags: administration, Administrator Resources, collaboration, DOLadminjuly12 , professional development

Reviews (11)

Basic Member
I love this topic. It is so important to keep teachers engaged as well as the students.
Basic Member
Thanks for sharing the resources!
Many good tips for administrators to bring about successful SD. Thanks!
Full Member
Great webinar!
Full Member
Loved these practical tools. Thank you!
Full Member
Thank you for sharing!
Basic Member
Making it relevant for is one of the most difficult aspects. I gained some good ideas.
Full Member
Great ideas to bring staff development into this century! Thank you.
Basic Member
Some great practical tools to use with our teachers to make sure that their experience is collaborative and productive. I loved the Ideapaint idea!
Basic Member
I agree with the other reviewer about student mentors. We don't currently do this but it's a gret idea and I will definitely bring it up!
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