Facebook Live Webinar on “The Professional Development Plan – Creating Career Roadmaps for Professional Excellence”
Professional development is a requirement for all teachers. Each school or district sets the required number of professional development hours for each year, or over the course of several years. Professional development is some form of education for teachers that can enhance or better their teaching or classroom environment.
Some professional development workshops are an hour or two, while others may be a week long. Some classes can also be counted toward professional development hours as approved by the board of education. These workshops or clinics are most effective when they are in the teacher’s subject area. However, teachers can learn overall strategies for classroom management or reading comprehension that can benefit any topic in any age group.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Career Progression and Specialization Program-Credit Accumulation and Transfer System Program Management Committee (CPSP-CATS PMC) are pleased to invite you to a webinar on “The Professional Development Plan – Creating Career Roadmaps for Professional Excellence”, which will be held on 14 August 2020, Friday, from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., via Microsoft Teams 365.
Professional development is important because education is an ever growing, ever changing field. This means that teachers must be lifelong learners in order to teach each new group of students. Professional development not only allows teachers to learn new teaching styles, techniques, and tips, but also interact with educators from other areas in order to improve their own teaching.
Though some short workshops are effective in introducing new topics, the most effective workshops are taught over time and involve hands on activities and interaction. This also allows for more questions and discussions to occur throughout the presentations. Ongoing professional development is critical for teachers who wish to be great at their jobs and offer the best to their students each day.
Any professional development opportunity should be something that will benefit the students and teacher through new strategies, techniques, or tips that can be utilized in the classroom or community. Professional development can be highly beneficial if what is learned is then utilized to further the education of students.
Typically, those professional development opportunities that are multi-day and require interaction among and between attendees are the most useful. Teachers, much like students, tend to learn better is hands on activities are used.
Interested participants may register through this link:
The webinar link will be sent through your email upon registration. You may also access the live stream through our official Facebook account.