Professional Development


Jo McLeay
Jo McLeay

jomcleay "Twitter is Instant Professional Development" Ryan Bretag 12:47 AM October 27, 2007 from web
Chris Lehmann
Chris Lehmann

chrislehmann
I really wish I could Skypecast this session. I'd love everyone's ideas. I miss my learning network for listening to speakers... 09:45 AM August 08, 2007 from twitterrific

Elizabeth Davis
Elizabeth Davis
lizbdavis
We have to honor teacher's "selfish" reasons to use technology. When we see the power for ourselves we can and want to transfer that.
Elizabeth Davis
Elizabeth Davis
lizbdavis
But - teachers often feel they are being selfish if they do things for themselves. Admins give guilt if you don't put the kids first.
Nathan Lowell
Nathan Lowell

nlowell
@lizbdavis "professional development" means teachers are learners. They have to learn before they can teach. It's not selfish.
Patrick Higgins
Patrick Higgins
pjhiggins
You are not the expert in the room when every kid has google on their desktop.
Dennis Richards
Dennis Richards
dennisar
@technolibrary no mountains and rivers to divide us now - as they say, the world is my neighborhood - what power we have to transform!
Rob Wall
Rob Wall

robwall
The question on my mind right now - why are teachers' conventions so lame? I'd get better PD in two days on twitter. That might just happen.