What’s up with NCSPOD?
Have you been wondering what’s going on with NCSPOD? Have you noticed that there’s been some recent changes on the NCSPOD website? Well, there’s a lot we would like to share with you.
The NCSPOD Board has taken a brief hiatus this year to reflect, explore and embrace the future. We have been examining:
- the emerging learning landscape in professional development, adult education, community colleges, and corporate learning;
- 21st learning competencies for educators and leaders;
- the impact of educational technology and analytics;
- and future trends in professional development.
And now, we’re ready to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
Given the undeniable evolution in learning and professional development, it is essential that NCSPOD also evolves, to best serve your professional development needs. The NCSPOD Board is currently in the process of designing new services for our members; programs that will help you to be prepared for the training and development needs of the learners you serve.
Fill out the ‘Tell us What You Want’ Survey
Help us ensure we are meeting your learning needs. Tell us what you think. Please provide feedback through this short ‘Tell Us What You Want’ Survey. Tell us what you want and/or need in professional development. Tell us how you like to learn; where you like to learn; and what you want to learn.
How about joining the Board of Directors?
Have you considered getting more involved in the SPOD community? Are you, or do you know anyone interested in taking on a leadership role? NCSPOD is currently looking for innovative, creative and proactive individuals to join the NCSPOD Board. As NCSPOD evolves, so will the NCSPOD Board (stay tuned for an update about the restructuring of the NCSPOD Board.) Let us know of your interest in serving on the NCSPOD Board by filling out an Expression of Interest. This is your opportunity to be involved in the evolution of NCSPOD.
It’s an exciting time in professional development and NCSPOD will continue to strive to meet your professional development needs.