Montréal, Québec, Canada
Sharon Peters has been a middle and high school teacher for a variety of subjects and was recently given the position of pedagogical consultant (English Language Arts) with LEARN, a non-profit organization which creates educational resources for the English sector in conjunction with the ministry of education in Québec. Currently Sharon is working mainly with the development of online course curricula for ELA and web-based applications.
Hatley, Eastern Townships, Québec, Canada
Vincent Jansen has been a classroom teacher ( chemistry, biology) administrator ( Director of Academcis ) and ICT Director in schools around the world. Recently he has been business analyst / consultant for a major software services company. Vince is currently pedagogical consultant (math, science and technology) with LEARN, a non-profit organization which creates educational resources for the English sector in conjunction with the Ministry of Education in Québec. Vince has a great deal of experience in planning and delivery of professional development opportunities.
“Building a Yardstick for PD Success: Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Web 2.0 Personal Optimized Learning Environments”
With the emergence of Web 2.0 tools, we are seeing a shift in how schools may address teacher growth and development. As well as providing models of practice for measurement for today from self-directed professional growth and learning, we will present the Personal Optimized Learning Environment (POLE) framework for a new innovative measurement standard of professional growth. POLE utilizes collaborative tools in a blended environment with built-in metrics for monitoring performance improvement for each teacher over a continuum.
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Thanks Sharon and Vince for stimulating my thinking about PD. Sharon, I think you’re
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