Occasionally I will write a series of posts related to Professional Development. As with the Brain 101, links to any given collection will be posted here to make it easy to follow the entire series, with the most recent series appearing at the top of the page.
My own professional development has been enhanced over the years by attending the Learning & the Brain conference, as well as other conferences about the brain. To see the many posts that emerged from my attendance, click Learning & the Brain to be taken to the tag cloud (also accessible on the right of the Home page of this blog). I have also taken several drawing classes, Flash classes, and participated in a Lincoln Center arts workshop. Posts about these experiences can be accessed via the tag cloud of drawing. And of course, you can always visit the tag cloud to see all posts related to Professional Development.
Opening Faculty Meetings ~ September 2009 Embracing Diversity in Learning and Teaching
First Day – introduction to the movie
Second Day – introduction to the simulations
Second Day – the simulations
Second Day – the workshops
Months later – follow-up
Adult Learning and Professional Development
Interactive, activity-rich presentation on Adult Learning – see CAIS Presentation above
Adult Learning; Professional Development
Afterwards (reflections on my own learning)
Professional Development – a working definition
Professional Development – a working definition from 2005
Adult Learning – what does it take?
How/Why do people learn?
August 10, 2010 – reflection on David Warlick’s Ok, No More Staff Development
Some of My Professional Development Ideas
• Digital Natives, Diverse Learners – Professional Develoment Day, April 2008 Proposal; Curriculum Council Pitch; Resources
• Digital Wave & Faculty-to-Faculty – two professional development formats in place at my school
• Creativity, A Year-Long Professional Development Theme
• Keep the Ball Rolling – Departmental Technology Mentors
Opening Faculty Meetings ~ August 2007
Closings and Openings
Tell Me A Story
I Know You
An Elephant Never Forgets
Short End of the Memory Stick
the name of the game is Concentration
Similarities & Differences
The Short and The Long of It
Reflections at 54
Closure with a smile 🙂