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Monday, April 25 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Creating Professional Development that Works

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This session presents a solution to the problem of designing effective professional development for in-service teachers. The presentation will illustrate a practical application of research-based theories in the topical areas of professional development, instructional design, and educational change. Each attendee will leave with an outline of the multi-step design process and a deeper understanding its theoretical framework.

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Andrea Ray

Liberty University
Andrea Ray is an assistant professor at Liberty University. She is a visionary in professional development design and on a mission to transform the processes used to create learning experiences for teachers. Educational and life experiences have merged and created a path from which she issues a call for action to all who are interested in designing effective PD. For the past six years she has researched, refined, and revised key elements of the... Read More →

Monday April 25, 2016 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Ivor Petrak Room