Professional Development

Promoting inquiry among science and mathematics teachers: Measuring success in a five-level professional learning community

Discipline / Topic: 

Loving, C. C., Kang, R., Arslanyilmaz, A., Shimek, C., Herbert, B., & Pedersen, S. 2008. Promoting inquiry among science and mathematics teachers: Measuring success in a five-level professional learning community. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, New York, March 25–27 2008.

Novice ACP science and mathematics teachers’ levels of success with inquiry: A multi-case study of the effects of professional development

Discipline / Topic: 

Loving, C. C., Kang, R., Arslanyilmaz, A., Shimek, C., Herbert, B., & Pedersen, S. 2007. Novice ACP science and mathematics teachers’ levels of success with inquiry:  A multi-case study of the effects of professional development. Annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans. April 2007.

Target Audience: 

Understanding the Fidelity of Implementation and Scalability of Mathematics Professional Development Curricula (Moeller, Seago, Borko)

Presenter(s): 
Babette Moeller
Nanette Seago
Hilda Borko
Year: 
2009
Target Audience: 

Understanding the Fidelity of Implementation and Scalability of Mathematics Professional Development Curricula
Babette Moeller and Lynn Goldsmith, Education Development Center, Inc.; Hilda Borko, Stanford University; Jennifer Jacobs, University of Colorado;Nanette Seago, WestEd

Three DR-K12 projects investigating the implementation of mathematics professional
development programs by district-based facilitators discuss with participants their approaches to
assessing fidelity and preliminary findings.

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