​From Blah to Aha! Your Guide for Personalizing Professional Development | Desiree Alexander

We all know our students deserve to be taught according to their individual needs. But when it comes to designing personalized professional development (PD) for adults, many administrators take the “do as I say, not as I do” approach.

There are a variety of reasons for this. Some administrators say, “Who has the time to plan more than one PD session? We barely have enough time/topics/presenters for one!” And then there’s always the classic, “Teachers are adults and shouldn’t need such things.” Well, I call foul! Why would adults not want to be just as engaged as we want our students to…

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