Linking teacher and student learning to improve professional development in systemic reform
TATE Volume 19, Number 6, ISSN 0742-051X Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Professional development is key to standards-based reform, yet there is little empirical evidence upon which to base decisions of design or implementation. This paper presents a model of teacher learning and an analytic framework linking professional development to student and teacher learning. Our approach begins with an analysis of relevant content standards, and uses evidence of student performance to gauge areas of need. Professional development is evaluated using a combination of teacher reflection, classroom observation, and ongoing assessment of student performance. An example of this framework and process in use is presented in the context of an urban systemic reform program in science.
Fishman, B.J., Marx, R.W., Best, S. & Tal, R.T. (2003). Linking teacher and student learning to improve professional development in systemic reform. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 19(6), 643-658. Elsevier Ltd.
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