Professional Development: An Investment in Yourself

As an educator, life is sometimes draining.  Press bombards the world with all the failings of education.  Numbers. Data. Numbers.

Life is hectic. Life is filled with problems.

How do you stay enthused?  How do you stay current?  What matters?

I turn to professional development.  I love to learn. I.Love.to.Learn.  I.Live.to.Learn.

Nerdy!  You bet!

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I have so much learning to share.

Life is really about our community of learners and you will be able to read about how my learning and the community converged at #NCTE15.

(I’m really enjoying my face to face time with friends  – old and new!)

Professional Development is the GOLD!

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