How Online and Hybrid Learning Are Transforming Teacher Development


In traditional professional development, teachers receive training along with their colleagues, and they are expected to integrate this training into the classroom on their own, or in small professional learning communities. There is little personalized learning or pre-assessment of their individual needs. The “flipped” version of this process sees teachers accessing key resources in an organic and self-directed way—allowing for just-in-time, just-for-me learning of ideas based on their own curiosity.

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