Technology has made it easy for educators to embrace continual professional development, writes Bill Ferriter in the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development's publication, Educational Leadership. "Adult learning is often pushed aside in schools as educators sprint through the day, worried about leaving no child behind," Ferriter writes. "The few moments that we can steal for professional development are usually spent in sessions with experts pitching the latest silver bullet. Teachers rarely get to self-select learning opportunities, pursue professional passions, or engage in meaningful, ongoing conversations about instruction." But times have changed in two significant ways, he writes: First, there's


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