In 2009 the NSTA Professional Development Committee was given the task of compiling and disseminating a list of resources that give administrators the tools to plan and conduct professional development. Four key questions were addressed:
How do principals/science leaders/district supervisors know what they need for professional development (PD)?
What do professional development experiences look like and what should be included in a PD session for science educators?
How do we support teachers now that they have received PD?
Is it working?
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