In the last post we explored the importance of professional development leading to change that is sticky systemic:
When a topic is the primary focus of professional development, the goal should be for change that is sticky systemic. That is, the change should be (1) sustainable and (2) prevalent across the district/school(s).
Since the post was published, there’s been a lot of love for sticky systemic, which is a term I coined when planning for this upcoming year’s professional development in the Salisbury Township School District.
That being said, let’s dive a bit deeper into the meaning of the term.