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The author critiques the current professional development (PD) literature through a review of recent literature across professions. She proposes an alternative conceptualization, based on philosophical assumptions congruent with evidence about professional learning from seminal educational research of the past two decades. She concludes by considering implications for practice and future research possibilities extending from reconceptualizing PD and understanding more about authentic professional learning.
Updated: Jul. 02, 2009