Picture this: You roll out a new learning management system (LMS) for students, but all of your professional learning is either hosted on a different platform or conducted in person with notes shared via email afterward. Sound familiar?

It’s more common than you think, but separating the educator professional learning (PL) experience from the student learning experience can actually have a negative impact on both parties’ experiences in the long run.

Related: 3 reasons elementary schools should adopt an LMS

Using the same LMS for teaching students to host PL is a proven best practice. It allows teachers to...

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  • About the Author:

    Tara Amsterdam is an Instructional Technology Coach in the Colonial School District in New Castle, Delaware.