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Dissertation research and free online professional development in technology for K-12 teachers

I am an EdD Candidate at Western Connecticut State University by night and a middle school library media specialist by day.  I am offering a final session of professional development for teachers in conjunction with my dissertation research. The professional development consists of 6 modules over a 6 week period of time and takes place completely online.  This session will take place from March 7, 2011 to April 15, 2011. Teachers must be registered by March 4, 2011. I have just completed my first session, which received very positive feedback!  I hope you will join me!  Please feel free to contact me here or via email at Donna.G.Baratta@gmail.com with any questions you may have. Thank you in advance for your assistance and support!

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What are the topics covered in your online Professional Development?

Hi Steven!

Topics such as internet searching, internet safety, wikis, digital storytelling and high quality online resources will be included. The modules focus on three major categories including teaching and learning, communication, and personal productivity.

 

Donna

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