Check out these additional resources from The Four O’Clock Faculty: A ROGUE Guide to Revolutionizing Professional Development
Encourage Educator VOICE! Try these five strategies for incorporating more teacher voice into your school setting.
Interested in hosting your own Edcamp? Check out more information from the Edcamp Foundation on organizing your own event. You can even apply to receive an Edcamp in a Box kit to help you get started.
Check out the Edcamp Model book from the Edcamp Foundation for additional information about running your own Edcamp.
What did I learn after our 2nd Edcamp in my school district? Here are my reflections.
It’s important to utilize staff meetings to change the culture surrounding professional development. Try these strategies for switching up staff meetings!
Like those strategies, here are five more ideas for switching up staff meeting culture!
Find the nearest #CoffeeEDU to join and share!
Check out Creativity, Inc. from Ed Catmull about inspiring creativity based on the Pixar model.
Use Smore to help you create an Underground Newsletter that you can easily share with colleagues and your PLN.
#PopUpPD Resources – Just PRINT and share to create a #PopUpPD opportunity:
MicroLearning Videos – Use these videos to spark discussion and conversation as part of a MicroLearning Session!
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By embracing isolation you can simplify your life! Try these strategies to make your life a little bit easier, and to leave more time for professional learning.
Ask these reflection questions at the end of each day.
Five easy steps. What problem have you been dealing with? Who’s going to help you solve it?
It’s simple. List your Jam Session topics. Just PRINT, find some colleagues, and solve some problems!
The Origin Story. Where it all began. It was followed by one of my favorite posts of all time:
Want to do Genius Hour with your colleagues? Check out these resources.
Want a simple way to document learning badges for a group of teachers? Try this simple to use tool from Flippity.net!
What responsibility do educators have to pay attention to Bad PD? Read about one controversial view from #4OCF Guest Blogger Donna Donner.