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Office of Digital Learning

Professional Learning

Professional Networks

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Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) View External Link
The Massachusetts affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), MassCUE is the state's leading organization for professional learning in educational technology. This organization offers professional development, supports local special interest groups, and hosts an annual technology conference at Gillette Stadium.

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Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA) View External Link
The Massachusetts chapter of the Consortium for School Networks (CoSN), METAA is the state's leading organization for educational technology directors. This organization provides conferences and clinics for state members.

Resources

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Online Professional Learning Checklist (Office of Educational Technology, US Department of Education) View External Link
The U.S. Department Education's Office of Educational Technology offers a research-based set of questions to help educators evaluate the quality of online professional development opportunities, including webinars, Twitter chats, online conferences, MOOCs, e-courses, and online communities of practice.

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Teachers Guide to Personalized Learning Networks. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning View External Link
Provides resources and ideas for creating professional learning networks.

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Competencies for Personalized Teaching (Council of Chief State School Officers and Jobs for the Future) View External Link
Developed by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and Jobs for the Future, this publication describes ways educators can best assess and address individual student needs and help all reach rigorous proficiency standards.



Last Updated: May 5, 2017
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