Daviess County’s Angela Gunter writes about how changing just one word transformed her outlook on professional development.
Jefferson County's Kip Hottman and Oldham County's Gail Sowell share their experiences on how peer observation helps teacher growth.
Lee Ann Atherton By Lee Ann Atherton firstname.lastname@example.org One Sunday night recently, I did something ridiculous for any self-respecting teacher. I went to a concert three hours away – on a school night. The concert got me thinking about our profession. I was somewhat of a groupie even before the artist became famous, traveling to see him at [...]
This week, Joellen Killion from Learning Forward and Karen Kidwell, director, Division of Program Standards with the Kentucky Department of Education, team up for a guest blog on the importance of professional learning and a new resource that can help ensure meaningful and effective professional learning opportunities, which are critical to the continuous improvement process and our overall success. Since [...]
Teachers’ self-reflection and professional growth plans work together in PGES.