For Jennifer Isbell, a social studies teacher at Nipomo High School in California, in-person development programs are more beneficial when needing to learn new skills. Starting next school year, Isbell will be teaching at the newly created Central Coast New Tech High School, part of the New Tech Network that educates students through project-based learning.
This summer, Isbell will spend a week gaining hands-on experience with this different style of teaching. "For this particular training, I think it needs to be in person versus online," she says. "It's a whole new way of teaching, and it's best if you're day-by-day walking through the projects like you would a student in the classroom."Read the full article »
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