Delaware Academy for School Leadership
What is a DASL PLN?
Benefits of participating in a DASL Professional Learning Network:
- Break out of isolation and build your leadership network
- Choose your activities, level of involvement, and modes of involvement
- Connect with other professionals who share your passion and are interested in common topics
- Gain motivation or motivate others
- Get advice
- Share resources
- Get inspired and learn new content, gain strategies and resources
2018 – 2019 DASL Professional Learning Networks
The University of Delaware Professional Learning Network, Leading Special Education Programs & Services, is intended for school teams, led by the school principal. This PLN is based on guiding principles about effective leaders of special education programs, aligned to the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (2015). The PLN will meet virtually & face-to-face across the 2018-2019 school year.
This DASL Professional Learning Network (PLN) features a fall 2018 statewide book club, facilitated via Flipgrid by DASL Associates Emily Poag and Mike Ryan. This online platform is geared toward educators who are interested in an asynchronous space where they can share, discuss and learn more about critical topics in education today. Participants will record video responses to discuss topics within a posting window when it suits their schedules. This PLN is based on guiding principles about effective self-directed professional development, aligned to the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (2015).
School teams (up to 6 individuals per team)
are encouraged to register for this PLN by October 1, 2018:
This Professional Learning Network is facilitated in partnership by the University of Delaware’s Delaware Academy for School Leadership and Center for Disability Studies.
Individuals are encouraged
to register for this PLN by
October 1st, 2018.
The selected book for fall 2018 is: What School Could Be: Insights and Inspiration from Teachers across America by Ted Dintersmith.