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- KurzbeschreibungIn order to drive educational reform and improve <br>student outcomes, attention must be paid to<br>maximizing the benefits of <br>teacher staff development. The <br>present study applied the Levels of Use framework to <br>examine teachers instructional practices following <br>a program designed to help educators more effectively<br>instruct students with learning <br>difficulties. Teacher implementation was found to <br>be positively associated with increased <br>participation in the program, increased number of <br>colleagues engaged in that same program, and <br>perceived administrator support for the program. <br>Further, implementation was not restricted by<br>teachers'' prior <br>professional backgrounds related to working with <br>students with learning difficulties. <br>Results of this study will be of relevance to<br>researchers concerned with forces that <br>influence teachers'' ongoing use of high quality<br>professional <br>development experiences, program developers seeking <br>to translate their programs into educators real <br>life settings, and administrators concerned with the <br>most effective ways to support the implementation of <br>staff development programs in which they have invested.
- AutorTamara Nimkoff
- Seiten212 Seiten
- Gewicht332 g
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