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Teachers caught in the action : professional development that matters

This book shows how teachers learn by being "caught in action" from developing standards and assessments to writing narratives about their classroom experience and researching their own practice, from reform networks to school/university partnerships
Print Book, English, ©2001
Teachers College Press, New York, ©2001
x, 246 pages ; 24 cm.
9780807741009, 9780807740996, 0807741000, 0807740993
Educational purposes and teacher development / Maxine Greene
Going public: the imperative of public education in the 21st century / Carl D. Glickman and Derrick P. Alridge
Professional development in pursuit of school reform / Judith Warren Little
Beyond certainty: taking an inquiry stance on practice / Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Susan L. Lytle
Teacher learning at the intersection of school learning and student outcomes / Jacqueline Ancess
Teachers engaged in evidence-based reform: trajectories of teacher's inquiry, analysis, and action / Milbrey W. McLaughlin with Joel Zarrow
School-university partnership as a venue for professional development / Lynne Miller
Professional learning through assessment / Beverly Falk
Lessons from an inquiring school: forms of inquiry and conditions for teacher learning / Laura Stokes
The narrative as an experience text: writing themselves back in / Anna Richert Ershler
When teachers write: of networks and learning / Ann Lieberman and Diane Wood
Teacher research and professional development: purposeful planning or serendipity / Sarah Warshauer Freedman
Students' work and teachers' learning / Joseph P. McDonald