FETC 2014

G O D I G I TA L A N D

IGNITE PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
L E A D A N D L E A R N . W I K I S PA C E S . C O M
FETC 2014 LINK ON THE LEFT

EDMODO GROUP CODE: CS7768
A B O U T. M E / LY N H I LT
If I can help you answer one question or
explore one topic about professional
development today, what would it be?

T O D ...
IMAGINE, IF YOU WILL…
Doug Johnson
“Adult learning is facilitated when the learner’s
representation and interpretation of his own
experience are accepted as ...
Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle
Timperley, 2008
shared by Karl Fisch
http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/2006/06/about-this-blog.html
Jane Hart
The problem with PD is that on the whole it treats teachers as
‘consumers’ of professional knowledge, and discourages teac...
MEANINGFUL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IS…
Aligned to school vision and goals
Connected to desired student learning outcomes
Generated by teacher passions and intere...
“Learning is vulnerability. When we learn, we make
ourselves vulnerable. When we engage in learning,
we communicate that w...
SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF

THE INDIVIDUAL.
PKM

PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

“PKM: A set of processes, individually
constructed, to help each of us make sense of
o...
Jane Hart

Harold Jarche
How will you help your teachers
get connected?
!

How will you leverage digital tools to help
them take control of their o...
SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF

THE TEAM.
Bill Ferriter
The voices
will emerge.
!

The learning
will happen.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/specialkrb/5232619436/in/pool-1331568@N2...
KNOWING WHAT YOU
KNOW…

5-3-1
http://www.flickr.com/photos/janisphotography/4232299199/
“We are all self-directed learners, developing and
sharing our expertise with the world.”

– T H E V I S I O N O F T H E E...
PLCs and TechSupported
Collaboration

“Fed-Ex Days” and
“20% Time”

Book Clubs

“Flipped” Faculty
Meetings and
Development...
Kevin Jarrett

C R E A T E S PA C E S F O R

INTELLECTUAL
COLLISIONS
Kevin Jarrett
Kevin Jarrett
LET TEACHERS

TA K E T H E L E A D .

PA S S I V E
Joe Mazza

ACTIVE
GIVE THEM

A U T O N O M Y.
WANT THEM TO DELIVER?

T R Y A F E D E X D AY.

Autonomy. Mastery. Purpose.
EXPLORE THEIR

PA S S I O N S .

Denise Krebs
SHOW AND TELL.
Kim Cofino

PAY I T F O R W A R D .
How can technology support and facilitate
the learning process?

Krissy Venosdale

WELL, THIS IS FETC.
IT CAN HELP US

C O N N E C T.
#edchat
#cpchat
#ptchat
#elemchat
#edtechchat
#fetc

Al

ec
C

ou
ro
s
ANYTIME, ANYWHERE LEARNING

GROW & NURTURE TEACHER NETWORKS
IT CAN HELP US

C O M M U N I C AT E .
IT CAN HELP US

R E F L E C T.
“ARE YOU A STEWARD OF TIME?”

-JEFF DELP
Glenn Robbins

Melinda Miller
IT CAN HELP US

U S E T I M E W I S E LY.
G I V E A W AY T I M E !

G R E AT E S T… S E S S I O N … E V E R .
IT HELPS US

C O L L A B O R AT E .
IT CAN HELP US

SHARE.
IT CAN HELP US

G AT H E R F E E D B A C K .
So, what do the teachers say?
Is this learning powerful?
http://www.apaceofchange.com/2013/03/12/further-flipping/

http://teacherleaders.typepad.com/the_tempered_radical/
2012/07/...
FORWARD MOTION.

FIRST STEPS
TOWARDS CHANGE?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/janisphotography/4232299199/
EMBRACE CONSTRAINTS
“There’s

no time!” Get creative with schedules… before/after
school, flex time, reduce non-instructio...
You’re ready.
ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR
T E A C H E R S ’ P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E L O P M E N T:
A R E W E L E A R N I N G I N A C U LT U R E
OF TRUST?
A R E L E A R N I N G S PA C E S C R E AT E D ?
DO TEACHERS OWN IT?...
Thank you for learning with me today!
@ LY N H I LT

*

LY N H I LT @ G M A I L . C O M

*

LY N H I LT. C O M
Ignite Professional Development Slides - FETC 2014
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  1. 1. FETC 2014 G O D I G I TA L A N D IGNITE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  2. 2. L E A D A N D L E A R N . W I K I S PA C E S . C O M FETC 2014 LINK ON THE LEFT EDMODO GROUP CODE: CS7768
  3. 3. A B O U T. M E / LY N H I LT
  4. 4. If I can help you answer one question or explore one topic about professional development today, what would it be? T O D AY S M E E T. C O M / F E T C P D
  5. 5. IMAGINE, IF YOU WILL…
  6. 6. Doug Johnson
  7. 7. “Adult learning is facilitated when the learner’s representation and interpretation of his own experience are accepted as valid, acknowledged as an essential aspect influencing change, and respected as a potential resource for learning.” BRUNDAGE AND MACKERACHER, 1980
  8. 8. Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle
  9. 9. Timperley, 2008
  10. 10. shared by Karl Fisch http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/2006/06/about-this-blog.html
  11. 11. Jane Hart
  12. 12. The problem with PD is that on the whole it treats teachers as ‘consumers’ of professional knowledge, and discourages teachers from thinking for themselves. Teachers need to be ‘creators’ of professional knowledge. -Peter Kent http://www.flickr.com/photos/wonderfullycomplex/3352954780/sizes/o/in/photostream/
  13. 13. MEANINGFUL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IS…
  14. 14. Aligned to school vision and goals Connected to desired student learning outcomes Generated by teacher passions and interests Collaborative & social Experiential Empowering Supported through a culture Reflective of trust
  15. 15. “Learning is vulnerability. When we learn, we make ourselves vulnerable. When we engage in learning, we communicate that we want to grow, to become better, to improve ourselves. –GEORGE SIEMENS
  16. 16. SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF THE INDIVIDUAL.
  17. 17. PKM PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT “PKM: A set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively.” -Harold Jarche !
  18. 18. Jane Hart Harold Jarche
  19. 19. How will you help your teachers get connected? ! How will you leverage digital tools to help them take control of their own professional development? ! How will you honor their learning efforts?
  20. 20. SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF THE TEAM.
  21. 21. Bill Ferriter
  22. 22. The voices will emerge. ! The learning will happen. http://www.flickr.com/photos/specialkrb/5232619436/in/pool-1331568@N23/
  23. 23. KNOWING WHAT YOU KNOW… 5-3-1 http://www.flickr.com/photos/janisphotography/4232299199/
  24. 24. “We are all self-directed learners, developing and sharing our expertise with the world.” – T H E V I S I O N O F T H E E D C A M P F O U N D AT I O N
  25. 25. PLCs and TechSupported Collaboration “Fed-Ex Days” and “20% Time” Book Clubs “Flipped” Faculty Meetings and Development Reflective Journaling/ Blogging Action Research Teams Edcamp Model/ Unconference/ Teacher-led PD Coaching/ Mentoring Lesson Study
  26. 26. Kevin Jarrett C R E A T E S PA C E S F O R INTELLECTUAL COLLISIONS
  27. 27. Kevin Jarrett
  28. 28. Kevin Jarrett
  29. 29. LET TEACHERS TA K E T H E L E A D . PA S S I V E Joe Mazza ACTIVE
  30. 30. GIVE THEM A U T O N O M Y.
  31. 31. WANT THEM TO DELIVER? T R Y A F E D E X D AY. Autonomy. Mastery. Purpose.
  32. 32. EXPLORE THEIR PA S S I O N S . Denise Krebs
  33. 33. SHOW AND TELL. Kim Cofino PAY I T F O R W A R D .
  34. 34. How can technology support and facilitate the learning process? Krissy Venosdale WELL, THIS IS FETC.
  35. 35. IT CAN HELP US C O N N E C T. #edchat #cpchat #ptchat #elemchat #edtechchat #fetc Al ec C ou ro s
  36. 36. ANYTIME, ANYWHERE LEARNING GROW & NURTURE TEACHER NETWORKS
  37. 37. IT CAN HELP US C O M M U N I C AT E .
  38. 38. IT CAN HELP US R E F L E C T.
  39. 39. “ARE YOU A STEWARD OF TIME?” -JEFF DELP
  40. 40. Glenn Robbins Melinda Miller
  41. 41. IT CAN HELP US U S E T I M E W I S E LY.
  42. 42. G I V E A W AY T I M E ! G R E AT E S T… S E S S I O N … E V E R .
  43. 43. IT HELPS US C O L L A B O R AT E .
  44. 44. IT CAN HELP US SHARE.
  45. 45. IT CAN HELP US G AT H E R F E E D B A C K .
  46. 46. So, what do the teachers say? Is this learning powerful?
  47. 47. http://www.apaceofchange.com/2013/03/12/further-flipping/ http://teacherleaders.typepad.com/the_tempered_radical/ 2012/07/flippedclassroom-cpchat-edleaders.html
  48. 48. FORWARD MOTION. FIRST STEPS TOWARDS CHANGE? http://www.flickr.com/photos/janisphotography/4232299199/
  49. 49. EMBRACE CONSTRAINTS “There’s no time!” Get creative with schedules… before/after school, flex time, reduce non-instructional duties, provide coverage yourself “Central office will never go for this!” Start with a pilot group… gather teacher feedback, prove the positive impact on teacher and student growth alike “My budget is being cut!” Building teacher leadership eliminates the need for expensive out-of-house PD offerings… seek out affordable or free online venues- webinars, #rscons… send your teachers to #edcamps, #ntcamps
  50. 50. You’re ready. ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR T E A C H E R S ’ P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E L O P M E N T:
  51. 51. A R E W E L E A R N I N G I N A C U LT U R E OF TRUST? A R E L E A R N I N G S PA C E S C R E AT E D ? DO TEACHERS OWN IT? IS IT MINDS-ON? HANDS-ON? CAN IT BE SHARED? ARE WE PROUD OF IT?!
  52. 52. Thank you for learning with me today! @ LY N H I LT * LY N H I LT @ G M A I L . C O M * LY N H I LT. C O M

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