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Blog | Training v Facilitation Ever taken part in any professional development? Was it a course? A workshop? A seminar?
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Professional Development | Viewpoint 3 Simple Steps to Do-it-yourself Professional Development By Meg Ormiston06/21/12 Today, every teacher needs to be in charge of his or her own professional development, if for no other reason than district budgets require everyone to be so much more creative. However, there needs to be a balance between the formal and informal. Formal professional development would be workshops, conferences, and college classes. 3 Simple Steps to Do-it-yourself Professional Development
Blogstitute Week 1: What We Talk About When We Talk About Writing - The Stenhouse Blog June 25th, 2012 We are excited to kick off our Summer Blogstitute series with a post by Mark Overmeyer, author of When Writing Workshop Isn’t Working and What Student Writing Teaches Us and the DVD on conferring How Can I Support You? Mark has written many times for the Stenhouse blog and in this post he explores how the language we use in writing workshop turns an assignment into a treasured opportunity to write, and a student into a writer.
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