Eﬀective professional development enables educators to develop the knowledge and skills they need to address students’ learning challenges. To be effective, professional development requires thoughtful planning followed by careful implementation with feedback to ensure it responds to educators’ learning needs. Educators who participate in professional development then must put their new knowledge and skills to work. Professional development is not eﬀective unless it causes teachers to improve their instruction or causes administrators to become better school leaders.
Join us Sunday night at 8 PM on #edchatri as we look at what it takes to develop effective professional development and how that effective PD will affect the future of education in our country, state, district and/or school.
Don Miller -