Technology-enabled learning is making a difference for students

May 1, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The 21st Century Learning branch of EduGains  under the tab Professional Learning Facilitators  > PLF Video Resources offers a series of short videos (text, and discussion questions also provided)  under the heading How do Professional Learning Facilitators Support Technology-Enabled Learning that Makes a Difference for Students?  From the announcement: “Listen to the voices from the field as they share their experiences from designing and differentiating professional learning to growing and sustaining teacher capacity”

The titles are:

  1. aligning professional learning with school goals
  2. differentiating professional learning
  3. changes in professional learning
  4. supporting adult learning
  5. developing networks of learning
  6. providing multiple entry points to professional learning
  7. considerations for growing and sustaining teacher capacity
  8. collecting data to determine impact of professional learning

The target audience are professional learning facilitators and school leaders.

Check them out!


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