Ideas for teachers to take charge of their PD

04/14/2014 | Edutopia.org

Educators can take control of their professional development by leveraging professional learning networks as well as online resources, educator Monica Burns writes in this blog post. Burns suggests educators connect on Twitter, join a Twitter chat, watch a webinar, access video tutorials and start a Google Hangout to connect with fellow educators. "With so many great resources on the web, teachers are realizing that they can learn just as much (if not more!) from their personal learning network (PLN) as they can from traditional professional development (PD)," she writes.

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