Professional development makes a difference…if it’s good

Change the odds by re-imagining teacher professional development

Change the odds by re-imagining teacher professional development

One-off, disjointed professional development programs do very little to improve teaching practice. Teachers agree that a successful program means not only learning through seminars or one-on-one coaching, but also demonstrating these learnings to their coaches, practice, and receiving feedback with follow-up.

This blog post by Lynn Kepp of the New Teacher Center explains.

CHANGE THE ODDS BY REIMAGINING TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT