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Features of Effective Professional Learning: A Case Study of the Implementation of a System-Based Professional Learning Model*
This research broadly focuses on two distinct concerns: the first relates to what constitutes high-quality professional learning; and the second relates to the implementation of professional learning at the classroom level. This paper addresses each of these concerns by identifying the features of effective professional learning: focus, learning components, feedback, collaborative practices, temporal elements and coherence. The analysis of the three-case study schools suggests that the greatest benefit of system-based professional learning is the level of coherence it can provide.
Updated: Jan. 09, 2017
Assisting Beginning Teachers and School Communities to Grow through Extended and Collaborative Mentoring Experiences
In this essay on scholarship and teaching, the author explores surrounding mentoring programs. New ways of professional learning are suggested. These ways encompass mentoring within a whole school approach, with a particular focus on the school as a collaborative community of learners.
Updated: Feb. 21, 2010