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Yovel Badash

Yovel Badash

Male |NEW YORK, United States

Professional Development for Educators: Why is it so painful?

24 Sep

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This webinar is hosted in English

5 Course Highlights:
*Professional Development for Educators: the Good, the Bad and the Downright Ridiculous
*Points to consider when reviewing Professional Development
*Online Learning: It's not just for students anymore
*Discover the missing components of Professional Development
*Class recording and slides available to all registrants


Course Description:
The words invoke visions of hot, windowless conference rooms, staring across the room at colleagues and watching the clock. Professional Development should be so much more. And should not have to mean a whole day only focusing on one small solution when there are multiple areas schools want to fix! In this webinar we review the pain points involved with Professional Development and discuss the critical considerations that often result in off-topic, box checking seminars with little go forward progress. We'll also discuss some key areas where small shifts can propel more options and better outcomes for Professional Development.

Who Should attend
Teachers
Principals
School Leaders
School Administrators

Schedule:
Date: September 24th
Time: 2 PM EST
Duration: 60 minutes

About the Host

Yovel Badash

Yovel Badash


NEW YORK, United States

CEO for No Child Held Back, and also NaMaYa. No Child Held Back is a nationwide effort to help schools reach their full potential so all children can reach their full potential. NCHB was founded by NaMaYa. NaMaYa is a leading online education provider, with courses for K-12 students and professional development course for educators.

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