Best Practices for Scaling Your K-12 Online Professional Development

Start Date:10/17/2017

Start Time:12:30 PM MDT

Duration:60 minutes


Four years ago, Michigan began to offer online professional development to all K12 educators across the state at no charge. Funded by a grant from the state, they recognized the value in providing anytime, anywhere access to PD so teachers could personalize their own learning plans and complete continuing education credits. The content was designed and developed by experts across the state and now includes more than 200 courses. With the success seen in Michigan, these experts have begun to offer their content to districts and schools across the country through EduPaths, an online PD platform.

In this webinar, key experts from the EduPaths team will discuss:

  • How MI offers online PD statewide
  • Key learnings from a large-scale PD initiative
  • What good online PD looks like
  • Best practices for providing high-quality online PD in your district

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Kelly Dean



Anthony Buza

Instructional Technology Supervisor Technology & Media Services

Genesee Intermediate School District

Anthony Buza, who has a masters in Educational Media and Technology, is an Instructional Technology Supervisor for the Genesee Intermediate School District. Anthony has been an educator since 2006 and has been involved in the education field including classroom experience, instructional technology and project facilitation.

Jacob Gentry

Instructional Designer

Genessee Intermediate School District

Jake started his career in education as a High School Math Teacher at LakeVille Community Schools where he integrated technology in various ways and implemented a flipped classroom. After completing his Masters in Educational Administration from Liberty University he began working as an Instructional Content Designer for the EduPaths project.

Kim Garcia

Genessee Intermediate School District

Kim is an instructional content designer for the EduPaths site. She has a Master's degree in instructional technology from Florida Atlantic University and a Bachelor's degree in elementary education from Western Michigan University. Kim's experience includes eight years as an elementary classroom teacher and four years as an instructional technology consultant. Her professional interests include using technology to empower teachers and students to create more authentic and engaging learning environments.

Molly Bruzewski

Genesee Intermediate School District

Molly has an extensive background in classroom instruction and professional development – both face-to-face and online. She specializes in curriculum alignment, instructional strategies, assessment development and instructional coaching. Ms. Bruzewski’s credentials include an Ed.S. in Central Office Administration (Saginaw Valley State University), with a specialty endorsement in curriculum and instruction. She has also completed an M.A. in history (University of Tulsa), a B.S. in Education and B.A.A. (Central Michigan University.)

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