Tag Archives: PD

Abundance x Scarcity – Digital Literacy in the Equation

In my presentation about how educators have been collaborating in our school, sharing resources, ideas, connecting, interacting, my first slide is about abundant and scarce resources in our workplace. First answer from the audience about scarcity in an educational setting? TIME.For me? INITIATIVE! Some people are willing to follow, but not to start a movement, […]

RSCON 3 – Professional Development in Pajamas

Last week, we had the wonderful Online conference – the “Reform Symposium“. I was delighted to have presented there, as there were so many talented educators presenting. Truly an honor. http://reformsymposium.com As much as I wanted to be there 24/7 for the three inspiring days of the free online professional development opportunity, I couldn’t because […]

No Excuses for Educators to Go Beyond – Professional Development

I truly believe that institutions are not able to provide all the professional development opportunities an educator needs. In the past, workshops, training sessions, lectures with invited speakers were the only way to go for professional development, and we thought that this would suffice. Certainly not true anymore. One-size-fits-all kind of training seems to me […]

Professional Development – Do-It-Yourself Approach

Ann Foreman has shared her wonderful presentation about professional development. What she says is exactly what I’ve been advocating for some years now. Educators need to be in charge of their own learning. They need to understand that PD is not institutionally-bound. We need to get hold of our own professional development perspective and analyze […]