Professional development for teachers

Is moving from bricks to clicks.  How do we recognize and document these new types of learning? From Education Week.

Providing Credit for Teacher Online PD Efforts
Educators seeking professional-development opportunities these days can choose from a vast menu of technology-related options that range from bite-size to entrée. But those who create and use this type of PD say they're still struggling with how to officially recognize teachers' efforts, particularly when it comes to the small-dose, on-demand versions available. 
Teachers often need to rack up professional-development credits toward recertification, or to fulfill job-evaluation requirements. But acknowledging the growing segment of professional development that can range from a webinar to a Twitter session raises difficulties. 
"This is a darn good question as we all struggle with the new technology and how it's being applied to professional development," says Segun C. Eubanks, the director of teacher quality for the 3.2 million-member National Education Association. "A wider variety of options makes this issue more important."

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