We found this article on The Hechinger Report quite interesting. As it states, often, schools hire outside contractors to run workshops on teaching strategies, new policies and even how to use technology in the classroom.
Rob Zdrojewski, a teacher at Amherst Middle School, has transformed his students into teachers. They create video mini-lessons, which help train the school’s teachers on how to use computers and other devices and software in the classroom. The Hechinger Report talked with Zdrojewski to find out more about how he’s capitalizing on the knowledge of “digital natives” to transform professional development.
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