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develop the competence, commitment, and courage to do whatever it takes
to improve student learning.
With the Support of New Facilitators and Network Partners, ABPC Is Spreading the Impact of Our Work Together
The Alabama Best Practices Center is growing! We’ve heard from many schools eager to engage their educators in interactive, relevant professional learning and networking. To meet the increasing demand we’re adding more regional networks, more participating districts, and training new facilitators. ABPC Executive Vice President Cathy Gassenheimer shares highlights.read more
Teacher Voices: Attending Summer Conferences Like ISTE Can “Reignite the Fire” for Teaching (Renee Dickerson, Pike Road)
This summer, ABPC Program Coordinator Emily Strickland has been asking teachers in our statewide educator networks how they’re spending their summer break. We have one more contributor! Renee Dickerson is a third grade teacher (the “Community 3 Lead Learner”) at Pike Road Elementary School. Among other learning activities this summer, she attended the always amazing ISTE Annual Conference.read more