“Creating opportunities for teams to learn from each other, by encouraging a culture of sharing also opened up more learning opportunities than could have been possible if they had learnt within their teams… this culture of sharing enabled them to acquire a wide repertoire of pedagogical approaches for use in their subject areas.” Divaharan & Koh, 2010, p. 565.
Reference: Divaharan, S., & Koh, J. H. L. (2010). Learning as students to become better teachers: Pre-service teachers’ IWB learning experience. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26(4).
Getting ready to return to Region One ESC for the second collaborative presentation on planning for Teacher-led Professional Development and Participatory Spontaneity.
In considering the planning phase of my Teacher-led professional development series, this sign, snapped at a previous PD event, has important reminders:
Thank you to Jean Haverstick and the talented administrators at Texas Region One ESC.
Our keyword phrase of “Participatory Spontaneity” embodied our day!!
Live tweeting throughout the event: #TMTexasESC1
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Live tweeting during the event: #TMTexasESC1
Presentation Sources: http://www.scoop.it/t/common-core-and-math-instruction