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SOAP in Practice: Learning Outcomes of a Cross-Institutional Innovation Project Conducted by Teachers, Student Teachers, and Teacher Educators
This article reports on a case study investigating the learning outcomes of a cross-institutional innovation project based on an integrated approach of SOAP. More specifically, this study aims to investigate the individual and organisational learning outcomes of SOAP-inspired knowledge communities based on partnerships among educational institutes. There were 37 participants in the study who had had different backgrounds and worked within inter- and intra-institutional arrangements. The authors conclude that participants valued the collaboration as well as the inter- and intra-institutional nature of the innovation project, which led to many reported instances of individual and organizational learning.
Updated: Nov. 25, 2012
Taiwanese Technical Education Teachers’ Professional Development: An Examination of Some Critical Factors
The goal of the current study was to probe into the influences of task autonomy, organizational learning, and group cohesiveness on innovation of professional development by technical education teachers, and their relationships. The authors conducted a questionnaire survey on full-time teachers of 14 Taiwanese technical educational junior colleges.
Updated: Nov. 21, 2011