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Vision. I envision professional learning as a process for teachers to ask new questions, think deeply and creatively, and connect with each other to generate new ideas and solutions for their specific teaching assignments and students. One promising model for achieving this vision is Dynamic Professional Learning.
The Opportunity. Professional educators are now asking the question: If these engaging blended learning models for students are supported by teachers in classrooms and online for differentiating learning, what would happen if the features of blended learning models were adapted to differentiate the professional learning of teachers? I believe the answer to that question would result in a dynamic professional learning model.
In this virtual dynamic professional learning model teachers become colleagues; join teams; learn; collaborate in subject matter, grade level, or school cohorts; and share products, performances, and results related to their classrooms and students.
Strategies for Differentiating Professional Learning. In the dynamic professional learning model, the following three virtual strategies would support differentiated opportunities for teachers to learn and improve continuously.
The Payoff. The coach, team, and self-paced strategies maximize differentiated professional learning by leveraging the skill sets of cohort teachers to offer peer instruction and feedback. For example, because all participating teachers are skilled professionals, a 1:20 coach-teacher ratio gets converted to a 20:1 coach-teacher ratio facilitated by the professional learning coach. The capacity of these virtual strategies to flip coach-teacher ratios is the major difference between traditional and dynamic professional learning models in a virtual learning community.
Dynamic professional learning recognizes that teachers are learners with the know-how to engage people, strategies, and technology, based on a vision, to create new and better ways of learning.
This is a guest post written by Nicholas Hobar (@nickhobar), president of the dynamic learning community LearningFRONT. Nick is connecting the individual and collective talents of teachers, trainers, employers, and experts worldwide to create new and better ways of learning. Nick is also an affiliate professor at Loyola University Maryland, teaching graduate classes on integrating professional learning into technology. 2b1af7f3a8