Handbook of Professional Development in Education: Successful Models and Practices, PreK-12

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Linda E. Martin, Sherry Kragler, Diana J. Quatroche, Kathryn L. Bauserman
Guilford Publications, May 1, 2014 - Education - 562 pages
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"This handbook shares successful models and practices of teacher professional development and learning along with suggestions for sustaining professional development. The handbook is intended to address professional development issues for P-12 educators in all content areas, forges a balance between policy issues and theoretical frameworks, along with presenting recommendations for best practices in professional development. It is divided into four parts: (1) professional development past and present; (2) the complexity of professional development in today's schools; (3) developing solutions for effective professional development; and (4) pulling it all together"--
  

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Contents

Part I Professional Development Past and Present
1
Part II The Complexity of Professional Development in Todays Schools
65
Part III D eveloping Solutions for Effective Professional Development
229
Part IV Pulling It Together
445
Successful Schools That Have Supported Teachers Professional Development
507
Author Index
541
Subject Index
551
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About the author (2014)

Linda E. Martin, EdD, is Professor of Elementary Education at Teachers College, Ball State University, where she serves as Director of Doctoral Programs for the Department of Elementary Education. For over two decades, she has worked with teachers across grades to develop effective literacy practices. Dr. Martin served for 7 years as a professional development liaison for Ball State, and helped to implement two large grants focused on teachers' literacy instruction in urban schools in the Midwest.

Sherry Kragler, PhD, is Associate Professor of Childhood Education and Literacy Studies at the University of South Florida. She was previously a classroom teacher, curriculum specialist, and Title I reading teacher/coordinator. Dr. Kragler has worked with primary-grades teachers to improve their reading instruction and has conducted professional development programs on content-area reading, comprehension instruction, portfolio assessment, and other areas.

Diana J. Quatroche, PhD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Elementary, Early, and Special Education in the Bayh College of Education at Indiana State University. In addition to her classroom teaching experience, she has supervised school reading programs and coordinated Title I reading programs. She served for 6 years as a professional development liaison for Indiana State University, and developed the first professional development school while a faculty member at Southeast Missouri State University.

Kathryn L. Bauserman, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Elementary, Early, and Special Education in the Bayh College of Education at Indiana State University. She has cowritten and codirected five different 2-year grant projects in Indiana that focus on graduate-level teacher professional development through workshops for teachers.

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