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This article presents findings from an ethnographic study that explored how participation in an educator network contributed to the production of meaning, identity, and agency among the teachers and school district administrators involved. The author's research focused on the practitioner cohort, which included primary and secondary school teachers, as well as district-level administrators. Prominent in this process were the differences between practice in the network, consisting of dialogue informed by theory, inquiry, and reflection on professional experience, and the practice of participants' workplace communities.
Updated: Jan. 12, 2010