More than 3 months into the messy learning of PLP–
Chris Harbeck, experienced voice, introducing AudioBoo–
And Archdiocese community members reflecting–

Marie Orzechowski

Alissa DeVito

Reflecting on where we’ve been–
Using what’s been learned and sharing–

Marian O’Brien

“PLP has clearly opened my eyes as to what I don’t know. It’s also made me realize that I need to not only know but somehow

I need to go the distance and figure out how to USE what I know and SHARE it in my everyday classroom. Still 2 steps forward and 1 or 2 backwards. But I must say I get more and more determined with PLP watching and encouraging.”

Going the distance–
Moving out of comfort zones–
Becoming co learners–
Adopting dispositions of connected learners–

Me, on the sidelines, silently cheering, whispering questions in online conversations, encouraging, nudging others to experiment too–
Facilitating wayfinding– and thinking of the subsequent possibilities for transformation of professional practice as they “go the distance”.

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Lani Ritter Hall

Lani is Community Leader for Powerful Learning Practice. She also serves as the “Newbie Maven”, helping along and nurturing newbies to the PLP experience, as well as facilitator for the Connected Coaches. Lani brings more than 35 years of teaching experiences in urban, sub urban, and independent schools at the middle/secondary level in the U.S and Canada to this work. A national board certified teacher, she and her students began collaborating globally in the late 1980’s. Lani has created and facilitated professional development around technology infusion into learning for over twenty years and served in a leadership role for the K12Online Conference for 2 years. She is co-author of The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age.
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