Professional development: planning and design

This book shows the circumstances under which professional development has the most impact on student learning, reviews programs that work, and offers practical ideas about how professional development can sustain science education reform.

The following topics are addressed: changing professional development to help with standards-based reform; building a professional development program; and using achievement data and assessment tools to modify teaching practices.

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Subject(s)Cross curricular
Author(s)Jack Rhoton, Patricia Bowers
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