OK folks, this is my first discussion starter here on classroom 2.0. But I need your help....
I have a question for you all. In two days I have to run some teacher training/professional development at my school for my faculty [6 hours worth in total]. It comes at the end of our two week vacation here in Australia, so I need it to be incredibly relevant and motivational for the teachers involved.
The subject I have chosen is: "Classroom 2.0 - how can we change our teaching practice to reflect the new priorities and best practice in education?"
Since I have been consuming so much of classroom 2.0 and similar philosophical and paradigm shifting material, such as reading wikinomics (great book), enjoying NECC and edubloggercon podcasts, reading blogs, etc etc, ..... I figure I should practice what I now preach.
So, what does Classroom 2.0 pundits say my training should look like? How do you do "Teacher Training 2.0"?
Any thoughts greatly appreciated. Clarifying questions welcome also.