Implementing In-service Education and Training

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Psychology Press, 1993 - Education - 184 pages
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Based on a research and evaluation programme which covered four local educational authorities; Buckinghamshire, Coventry, Salford and Solihul, this group set out to provide an up-to-date account of the process and practice of in-service education. It looks inside in-service education and training, focusing on a series of central issues derived from actual experience in these particular authorities. It is designed specifically for staff in schools and local authorities involved in in-service education and training as well as those involved in research and the study of education.
 

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Contents

A Staff Development Group at Work
40
Being An INSET Coordinator
51
The Teacher as Trainer
71
Identifying INSET Needs
88
InService Training and Disruption in Secondary Schools
113
Professional Development Days
126
The Case of CrossPhase INSET
147
Does InService Education Have An Effect On Classroom
168
Bibliography
175
Indexes
181
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