What teacher-driven professional learning would look like

03/31/2013 | Teacher Leaders Network

Transformed professional development that is teacher-driven would, among other things, help educators grow from novices to veterans, identify areas of specialization, help them share their developments with others and move into leadership roles, writes middle-grades educators Ariel Sacks. "The result ... would be a more deeply skilled, empowered teaching force, in which we are clearly the experts at what we do," she writes.

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