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The closely watched California district recently launched a "myPD" platform to help teachers select their own training paths.
A pilot professional-development program funded by the National Science Foundation introduces elementary school teachers to a method of advanced problem-solving.
A number of new PD initiatives aim to help teachers elicit more complex responses and interpretations from students.
Key sources of common-core related PD, online lesson sites for teachers come with fine-print complexities.
As platforms evolve, more districts are using video to boost teacher collaboration and refine classroom practice.
Educators say the social media platform offers immediacy and practicality often lacking from school PD programs.
An initiative in the nation's capital aims to give select teachers more time to work with colleagues.