14 Things to Tame: Facilitating Ongoing PD


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  • Who I am, where I work
  • In the beginningHad been wanting to do a “23 things” style PD program for my faculty, wasn’t sure how it would workInspiration
  • At AASL 2011 in Minneapolis, saw this program, which inspired me
  • Take and customize for my schoolWe’re the lions
  • Once I’d outlined the program, brought the idea to adminThey have a lot of faith in me (because I’ve built it)And from there I needed to sell my teachers on itAnd so, taking a cue from pharmaceutical companies who’ve developed a drug and then need to figure out what disease it cures
  • And so I invented TADIS—Technology Application Dysregulation Irritation Syndrome   Show video     Trust my faculty has in me         "Can I get a picture of you looking annoyed in front of a computer?" "Sure"
  • The nuts and bolts of how it worked
  • Created a Google Form for people to share their blog information
  • And a tracking spreadsheet (people kept me honest on this
  • Costs involved were minimal, which was part of appeal for adminTotal program cost less than $500http://www.flickr.com/photos/jjjohn/2723422506/
  • So what was the impact?
  • Pavlovian Professional Development
  • The few, the proud, the finishers
  • Encouraging people to support one another—culture shifthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/khrawlings/3365842341/
  • Lesson learned--Slow the pacehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/piaser/3889433596/
  • Moving in to this yearhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/stuant63/3152875867/
  • How I’ve brought the spirit of 14 Things to Tame into this yearCollaborative blogResource and idea sharing—teachers post ideas about implementation “Tame the Tech” post every other week
  • Programs that have been done in other places, in other schools
  • 14 Things to Tame: Facilitating Ongoing PD

    1. 1. 14 Things to Tame:Facilitating OngoingProfessional Development Sara Kelley- Mudie Librarian/ Ed Tech Facilitator CECA/CASL The Forman Conference School
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    5. 5. Are you suffering from TADIS?
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    11. 11. Im excited to have tamed I thinkthis thing and participthat I am more ating in tech-savvy. 14 Things to Tame has14 Things inspired to Tame me to be was a morewonderful adventur way to What did ous inget me to I likemy explore about teaching more it? . EVERYTHI
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    16. 16. Sara Kelley-MudieKmthelibrarian.blo gspot.comLibrarian.skm@gmai l.com
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