Technology-mediated Professional Development for Teachers And School Leaders by Jason Adist

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Subjects:

  • Reference,
  • Education,
  • Educational technology,
  • In-service training,
  • Internet in education,
  • Teachers

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Open LibraryOL11302265M
ISBN 100893332003
ISBN 109780893332006
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Strategies and approaches for curriculum design, professional development, and other aspects of school organization are presented as well. Teachers, school leaders, technology leaders will find valuable. In contemporary school settings, leaders seeking to support professional development are faced with many challenges.

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Chapter Title:. ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. Strategies and approaches for curriculum design, professional development, and other aspects of school organization are presented as well.

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There is the need for specialized training and orientation of teachers to enable the. The focus of all the workshops were on designing technology mediated learning for K students in schools across all subject areas.

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'School leaders as participants in teachers' professional development: The impact on teachers' and school leaders' professional growth'. Peter and Renshaw, Peter and Geiger, Vince (). The idea of using technology and peers is a newer model of professional development and has been referred to as technology-mediated professional learning (Brooks & Gibson, ).

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This chapter presents two case studies that describe the professional development. Teacher Learning in Schools and Classrooms. Although most of the research on professional development for science teachers focuses on formally organized programs, teachers of science spend.

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Wesley-Nero has conducted research on the preparation of teachers of English learners and professional development of school leaders. Data was collected from three participant groups: Teachers, Leaders (n = 10), and student focus groups (n = 6).

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As a quantitative phenomenology, this study provides one of the first empirically based, nationally generalizable depictions of technology use in schools, which could inform school leaders and policy. Ayesha Perveen, Virtual University of Pakistan Perveen, A. Role of MOOCs in Pakistani English teachers’ professional development.

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Bower, M. The technology. Teachers College Press (Bain & Weston, ); The Self-Organizing School. and research-to-practice projects for technology mediated change in educational organisations.

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