Investigating the Impact of CPD for Teachers: short change?

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Weston, C. 2015. Investigating the Impact of CPD for Teachers: short change? British Educational Research Association (BERA). Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland 15 - 17 Sep 2015 London British Educational Research Association.
AuthorsWeston, C.
Abstract

Continuiing Professional Development (CPD) for teachers can take many forms, commonly delivered within the school context and increasingly linked to academic credit. Arguably, for those in the profession seeking senior management, leadership or specialist roles within education, evidence of CPD, particularly when credit-bearing, is a necessity. In addition, Hustler et al (2003) found that teachers are seeking meaningful CPD which facilitates change not only in professional practice and school effectiveness, but, importantly, in the development of self.

Year2015
ConferenceBritish Educational Research Association (BERA)
PublisherBritish Educational Research Association
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Print16 Sep 2015
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Deposited11 Apr 2017
Accepted2015
Web address (URL)https://www.bera.ac.uk/beraconference-2015/programme/main-conference/teacher-education-and-development-conference-abstracts
Place of publicationLondon
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