EDUPLANET21 LEARNING PATHS
Experiences that Change Teachers
Social learning dynamics change the tone of professional development immediately in a clear and lasting way.
Social learning rewards curiosity, is flexible, provides transparency, and encourages collaboration as teachers are driven to support one another and grow their professional learning networks.
Educators get access to author experts, and the very latest digital media resources to support their craft.
And by shifting content from traditional classes and courses to more social Learning Paths, educators are empowered to enter a learning experience on their own, and have the flexible learning environment meet them where they are.
This subtle shift changes everything—the difference between being encouraged to roam versus pulled by a leash.
What is a Learning Path?
A Learning path is a specific area of study, like a traditional professional development class or course, that allows educators to work collaboratively, at their own pace, in a self-directed way (unlike a traditional class or course).
The result is a more cost-effective personal learning experience, expanded teacher networks, and the instant visibility of teacher input and progress.
This simple but compelling formula has the potential to change teachers.