Tuesday, March 16, 2010

PLN 17

In “The PD Problem” by Will Richardson, the author talks about a book he is reading and gives several sections of it. The sections of the book talk about several things, including how no other counties in the world approach teaching the same way we do and that most teachers and other school executives don’t have successful strategies for getting things done. Why do our schools make it so hard for themselves? It seems as though this shouldn’t be much of a problem. And how do we know when someone does have a good strategy anyways? If we could just find the good strategies and share them with the rest of the teaching community, then this wouldn’t be a problem. This is what matters to me in Will Richardson’s “The PD Problem.”

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