Have You Ever Been Amazed by What Passes for Professional Development?
- Travelling across the country to irrelevant conferences
- Drawing with crayons on brown paper, and calling it ‘brainstorming’
- All-day training on a tool you’ll never use
- Playing mini-golf in teams wearing matching silly hats, or
- Walking around waving your arms every hour to ‘shake up the energy in the room’
(For the record, I’ve actually been on a course that demanded I do that).
What are the benefits of this kind of professional development?
There are none.
Isn’t this a woeful waste of your precious time?
And did your workload and commitments wait for you while you wasted those 2 days?
Oddly enough, no.
Now you’re highly irritated AND behind with your work.
The only skill you developed is an increased tolerance for aspirin.
That’s why I’ve developed a new kind of professional development for online teachers…
What if you could do some professional development that would actually help you – starting today (not in some fictional future when you have the spare time and energy)?
Here’s how this training is different from what you’ve seen before:
- It’s fast – Because online teachers don’t have time to get caught up in 25 modules they’ll never finish.
- It’s practical – You can apply these strategies right now.
- It’s effective – These are real-world tactics that work.
Let’s solve three of the most pressing problems for online teachers
Online teachers face a hundred challenges, but these resources address three of the thorniest ones:
- How to survive when you’re new to online teaching,
- How to finally get the recognition you deserve for all your hard work, and
- How to set new students up for success.
Here’s what they cover.