Tag Archives: PLP

Lost… And Found.

I was lost.  Literally lost. 55 S. 22nd St. Philadelphia, PA. That was the address I plugged into my iPhone, but the building I was looking at didn’t look anything like the website.  Further, there was an adult bookstore across … Continue reading

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A Collection of Thoughts to My School Community

The following is a collection of thoughts I am sharing with my Joint School Board next week: “…There is no question that reading no longer just means consuming. It’s all about pulling out the most salient, relevant pieces and doing … Continue reading

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When the Culminating Event is Just the Beginning

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of hosting our Powerful Learning Practice (PLP) Culminating Event at the Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter, NH.  Nearly 50 teachers and administrators from SAU16 participated in PLP during the 2009-2010 school year, and yesterday … Continue reading

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Passion-based Professional Development

Yesterday, I participated in ninety minutes of professional development.  I learned about: Implementing Web2.0 tools into classrooms Developing capacity in teachers Educating and informing parents about the power of Web2.0 Overcoming initial obstacles to change Strategies to engage a variety … Continue reading

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