ISTE 2016: Professional Development Vs. Training
Out with the old, in with the new — especially when it comes to enhancing teachers' educational technology understanding and development.
- Sheryl Abshire, CTO, Calcasieu Parish (La.) Public Schools
- Andrew J. Smith, Director of Digital Innovation Rowan Salisbury (N.C.) Schools
- Susan K. S. Grigsby, Media Coordinator, Forsyth County (Ga.) Schools
- When teachers and other administrators are more actively engaged in learning new skills, they're better equipped to understand how to put those skills to use in their classrooms.
- The so-called sit-and-get approach to training simply isn't effective, and does little to develop educational technology leaders.
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