Today's #ThrowbackThursday brings us to what may have been my most viewed post of all time at 32, 552 views. The post that got all the attention told people five steps they can take to develop their personal learning network.
When a project is complete, I just slip it out of my planner and smile in victory. Instructional-Coaching-Planner_Project-Planner. Up next, is my “Lists” section. The Planning Kit includes a few different lists to help you get stuff off ...
A critical part of our revitalized PD plan has been the use of professional learning communities (PLCs), which are essentially groups of educators that work collaboratively and share ideas, often in an online format.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.