Tag Archives : Professional Development

Summer Personal Development Opportunities Through @BAMRadioNetwork

 This guest post comes from the talented Laura Fleming (@NMHS_lms) and is cross-posted on her World’s of Learning blog. Laura has graciously created a digital badging opportunity for educators who’d like to engage in some great radio-based professional learning regularly over the summer. Summer Learning Opportunities From BAM! Radio Network Shows For many educators, summer is the […]

How Educators Can Avoid Professional Summer Slide

This summer, how will you prevent summer slide from impacting you as an educator? As the temperature rises in the U.S., often learning cools off. For students who have a traditional summer recess from school, this impact on academics is known as the ‘summer slide,’ but did you know it affects educators too?  Teachers who […]

Teacher Leadership Challenge | January 13, 2014

Happy New Year–and welcome back to this multipart series intended to help teachers grow their leadership practice and ignite conversations about education online, through blogging, and in person. The goal of a teacher leader is to improve the learning of all students through their efforts, collaboration, and influence. The 2014 Teacher Leadership Challenge is a weekly installment […]

The 2014 Teacher Leadership Challenge 12

#TLC2014 The role of the teacher has evolved over time in tremendous ways. From presenter to decision-maker, and from sage on the stage to guide on the side, teaching is about much more now than an exchange of content knowledge between teacher and student. Modern teaching encompasses far more responsibilities and considerations than educators have […]