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With just under two months of school underway, it is never too early to talk about “awesome” professional development. Luckily for me, the folks at Edutopia also understand how important it is for schools to actively provide opportunities for professional growth for all faculty.
While recognizing what you need is probably the most important first step to delivering good professional development, time and money often become stumbling blocks to good professional development for many schools. So how do schools provide the professional development that they need given the constraints in time and money? For many schools, great PD starts inside the school-house. Whatever the constraints, here are three quick suggestions from Edutopia to help schools begin to think about ways to start “delivering awesome PD”:
If you’d like to learn more, check out the full list here. tlb