Digital resources turn the tables on professional development

Flipped professional development -- comprising of face-to-face support and personalized online resources -- is helping teachers in some districts do everything from introducing more technology into their lessons to helping students produce movies in iMovie. Officials say flipped professional development also differs from traditional models in that it is driven in part by content area, grade level, teachers' technological expertise and teachers' interests.

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