Beyond the Fire Drill: Preparing Faculty for Teaching in Any Environment
Listen and learn : Snapshot
Snapshots are a pairing of two 20 minute presentations followed by a 5 minute Q & A.
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|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Principals/head teachers, Coaches|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|ISTE Standards:||For Education Leaders:
Professional Development and Program Evaluation
Our professional development work encourages teachers to exercise agency in their professional growth and to collaborate with colleagues to develop new cross-curricular learning opportunities for our students. We use a variety of research-based resources, peer-led professional development offerings, and in-house collaborative learning opportunities to engage our faculty and staff in challenging and fruitful summer professional development work. Given that the work occurs in the summer months, we use a variety of edtech tools to connect and share with one another, including Zoom and Google Meet, Google Apps and Office 365, Seesaw, Screencastify, Mote and EdPuzzle, among others. This session will offer a roadmap for school leaders and coaches who are looking to support their own schools in engaging in successful professional development.
I. Introduction of presenters and topics (5 min)
II. Discussion among attendees about challenges in engaging faculty and staff in professional development (10 min)
III. Overview of how we develop in-house professional development to our faculty & staff (5-10 min)
IV. Exploration of research-based PD resources that we use (10 min)
V. Description of how we train our teachers to lead in-house PD for their colleagues (10 min)
VI. Q&A (10 min)
Throughout this session, we will discuss the many edtech tools that we use to develop effective PD opportunities for our faculty and staff. Given that the work occurs in the summer months, we use a variety of edtech tools to connect and share with one another, including Zoom and Google Meet, Google Apps and Office 365, Seesaw, Screencastify, Mote and EdPuzzle, among others.
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