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Rise in Use of Digital Tools for Professional Development

Teachers and principals are becoming increasingly comfortable using online tools for professional development, and are turning to options from social networking to Web-based classes to do so, a new nationwide survey reveals.
The findings, which cover a lot of ground, were included in the Speak Up 2012 survey, “From Chalkboards to Tablets: The Digital Conversion of the K-12 Classroom.” Speak Up is an effort led by Project Tomorrow, a nonprofit group based in Irvine, Calif., that seeks to improve students’ academic preparation through technology and other means.
Read more: Education Week: Rapid Rise Seen in Use of Digital Tools for PD.

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