Incognito PD — 5 Sneaky Ways to Engage Teachers in Meaningful PD
Participate and share : Poster
Jessica Fasani Sarah Collins
Are your teachers too overwhelmed to attend formal professional learning sessions? Join the innovation and learning specialists from Midway Independent School District in Waco, Texas, as they share how they kept teachers afloat with meaningful, just-in-time professional learning activities. Leave the session with five packaged incognito PD ideas.
|Audience:||Coaches, Curriculum/district specialists, Professional developers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|ISTE Standards:||For Coaches:
Teaching, Learning and Assessments
Participants will be inspired to find creative ways to develop and deliver professional learning experiences.
Participants will walk away with 5 customizable professional learning ideas they can implement immediately.
Participants will grow their PLN by connecting with the presenters and others who visit the poster presentation.
Developing and delivering professional learning to educators requires a strong understanding of andragogy. During a pandemic, this need was magnified. The professional learning examples offered in this poster presentation align directly with the work of Malcolm Knowles. His emphasis on purposeful learning, learning by doing, immediate use of learning and the integration of new ideas with existing knowledge is the foundation of Incognito PD.
Innovation and Learning Specialist for Midway ISD
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