Yesterday, I had the pleasure of presenting a session on building morale during #MADPD. MADPD (or Make a Difference PD) is an full day online conference for professional learning put together by Peter Cameron and Derek Rhodenizer. This year, over 100 teachers presented either a session on a topic they were interested in, or a discussion panel.
Each session for this conference is 15 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A, and they are all done as YouTube Live events, so anyone, anywhere in the world can watch live or catch the replay. Below is the recording of my session. I hope you find it useful!
For the list of all sessions presented for MADPD, checkout this FlipGrid Conference Guide.
I was also on a panel with Shane Laurence, Randall Black, and Kasey Bell talking about Making Technology Disappear in Schools. This panel focused on the impact technology is having in school and how at some point “Technology Instruction” should just become synonymous with “Instruction.” You can watch that below as well.