|Title:||Professional Development Schools: Schools for Developing a Profession (Professional Development and Practice Series)|
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|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Publisher:||Teachers College Pr (March 1, 1994)|
Contents include: (1) "Developing Professional Development Schools: Early Lessons, Challenge, and Promise" (Linda Darling-Hammond); (2) "Wells Junior High School: Evolution of a Professional Development School" (Lynne Miller and David L. Silvernail); (3) "In Pursuit of a Dual Agenda: Creating a Middle Level Professional School" (Pamela L. Grossman); (5) "Perils and Potentials: A Tale of Two Professional Development Schools" (Jon Snyder); (6) "Professional. Development in Action: An Idea with Visiting Rights" (Jean Lythcott and Frank Schwartz);.
The text includes case studies.
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Effective professional development is on-going, includes training, practice and feedback, and provides adequate time and follow-up support. Successful programmes involve teachers in learning activities that are similar to ones they will use with their students, and encourage the development of teachers’ learning communities. TALIS asked teachers about their professional development activities during the 18 months prior to the survey (Box . ).
Linda Darling-Hammond, American education professor. Member of National Academy Education (chair committee on teacher education since 2000). The text includes case studies, taken from urban and suburban settings, that illustrate the accomplishments of these schools as well as the challenges they face as they strive to create a new and viable vision for the improvement of the American educational system. Co-chair California Professional Development Task Force, 2000. Member advisory board George Lucas Education Foundation, since 2000, Center for Teaching Quality, since 2001. Board member Alliance for Excellent Education, since 2005.
The terms professional development and teacher development are often used interchangeably Teacher development in some cases m ight refer to becoming better at what we do in the classroom. Schools Teachers reservations about teacher development are not necessarily the result of resistance to change itself, but may reflect distaste for the organised top-down versions of development sometimes prom oted in schools. Not everyone enjoys doing a Mexican wave at the match.
Definition: Professional development among teachers is defined as the activities that develop an individual’s skills, knowledge, expertise and other characteristics as a teacher. 7. the purposes of this article, professional development. System wide professional development will be necessary to shift entire schools and districts. Yet within those schools and districts, teachers will need some aspects of professional learning to be personalized and differentiated.
book by Judith Lanier. Professional Development Schools : Schools for Developing a Profession.
Linda Darling-Hammond, an expert on education and teaching, describes effective teacher preparation practices