Professional Development for Educators:

This Week at Tapped In (June 6-12)


Vision: Transforming teacher professional development online

Research has shown that student achievement is directly linked to teacher quality. State and national teaching standards provide a framework for teachers' professional
growth that requires teachers to engage in ongoing professional development
throughout their careers. The increasing demand for continuous professional
development means that providers must expand face-to-face programs to include
online activities and content that engage teachers anytime, anywhere. The
growing recognition that no single organization can satisfy teachers' ongoing
professional development needs requires that educators and providers form
communities to share strategies, resources, and support. Tapped In was
developed to support this vision.


Tapped In Learning Hub Professional Development Series - This series of events is intended to provide a support system for educators who are not sure how to infuse technology into their curriculum. Tapped In serves
as the Learning Hub for this collaborative journey.


* Webheads in Action - TESOL/ESL/EFL/ELL community discussion for language teachers.

* TI: Learning Hub Tips and Tricks with Dianne Allen



* C3 - Join Davina Pruitt Mentle for Cyberethics, Cybersafety and Cybersecurity sessions that help inform the educational community about the ethical, legal, safety, and security implications of
technology use.



* TI: Learning Hub Tips and Tricks with BJ Berquist

* K-3+ Resources - Sue Roseman leads the popular K-3+ Resources discussion.



*Action Research - Diane Painter offers an Action Research discussion on what action research is and how it differs from traditional ed research. Students in
university/college classes who are engaging in action research are invited to
join us.

* Music Making for Everyone a la Web 2.0 - Musicshake is an online tool created by musicians for NON-musicians.



* Classroom Assessment: - Join Maryann Durland to explore the tools that help us to understand the connection between what we do as teachers and students and learners.

* WriteTalk: - Sandra Shattuck advocates that teachers are the best teachers of other teachers and teachers teach writing better when they improve their own writing. 

* Teachers in Training - Dianne Allen offers support and assistance to preservice and first and second year teachers. Create your own PLN for success!



* Religious Educators discussion with John Greenamyre

* K-12 Campus Tour and Classroom Support with Jeff Cooper

* TI: Learning Hub Tips and Tricks with BJ Berquist


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Respectfully submitted,

BJ Berquist

Associate Educator, TAPPED IN



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