Thomas R. Guskey, University of Kentucky.
"an engaging text through out and can be dipped in to or read from beginning to end... The editors and authors of this book have done a great service to teachers and professional development educators worldwide" Journal of Inservice Education
This Handbook brings together theoretical and empirical research on purposes, policies and practices of teachers' continuing professional development (CPD) over the last twenty years.
It provides a unique collection of regional writing from key professionals in different regions of the world, featuring:A review of current CPD literatureDiscussion of the politics, policies and purposes of CPDCase studies from Europe, USA, Australia, Asia, Africa and South AmericaA synthesis of research and future research possibilitiesThe book comprises a fascinating mix of conceptual framing, accounts of purposes and practices, case studies and analyses of best practice from a range of highly regarded writers in the field. It is an indispensable source book for policy makers and teachers at all levels of the education systems.
Contributors: Beatrice Avalos, Ray Bolam, Pam Christie, Marion Dadds, Christopher Day, John Elliott, Susan Groundwater-Smith, Shirley Grundy, Ken Harley, Alma Harris, Geert Kelchtermans, Geoff Lindsay, Judith Warren Little, Agnes McMahon, Daniel Muijs, Alan Penny, Judith Robison, Judyth Sachs, Ciaran Sugrue, David Tripp
Publisher: Open University Press
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 230 x 153 x 22 mm
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