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Do We Walk the Talk? Teachers’ Perceptions On Effective Professional Development In Literacy Instruction and Their Relationship To Students Reading Scores

May 3rd, 2012 |

Abstract Educational leaders must make wise choices of professional development (PD) that alters teachers’ instructional practice and increases student achievement. At present, PD practices in schools are often inapplicable, limited, and appear to have little effect on student outcomes. Learning communities, however, have emerged in recent research as a more effective PD format. This explanatory, […]