Key points:

  • Best practices in professional development are advancing–and AI is taking it to a new level
  • Here, one educator shares her experiences with AI-powered teacher coaching
  • See related article: 9 big ideas to bolster the teaching profession and boost student learning

Just like educational technology is continually advancing, so are best practices for supporting teachers in classrooms. Professional development needs to be relevant, engaging, and personalized.

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