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Summer has arrived! What are you doing for professional development over the summer? Are you reading any good books, following an expert on Facebook, or attending any conferences? I am taking part in my first MOOC. I can't wait to see what it's like from a students' perspective!
This thread was posted on June 21, 2013 at 4:29 PM ET by Miranda Byse.
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I had to google MOOC to figure out what you were talking about? How does that work? How is it different from other on-line courses?
MOOC is a massive open online course. It's free to register and participate in the class. I'm finding this to be a good and bad thing. It's great to get free information, but there's a wide level of participation and discussions can be out of sync. Do you have any experiences with online courses?
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Yes professional development hours are required in both public and private schools. That is 150 contact hours per license cycle.
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I found a great article on suggested summer readings for teachers. It covers common core standards, teaching strategy, etc. Has anyone read any of the books on the list?
Professional development is additional training teachers receive. It is often focused around goals of the school or it could be related to a professional area the teacher wants to explore further.
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