school culture: Using documentation to support collaborative inquiry. The data from a national survey of 1126 teachers working, secondary schools in England show that all these factors ha, and why teachers learn in the school where they are working (Opfer, Pedder, and, Using the same sample, these British researchers (Opfer, Pedder, and Lavicza, 2011b) have also found that orientation at the school level (referring to the school as, a community, including both leaders and teachers), is important, teachers’ learning in the schools where they are working. Furthermore, a, person’s thoughts, emotions and will are closely linked to actions, and the context, in which learning takes place has consequences for the learning process (Vygotsky, 1978, 2000). Teachers developing practice: Reflection as key activity. The teachers felt, developed their professionalism during the project, which lasted from September to, March the subsequent year. programme to maximise teachers’ learning in co-operating, teams. professional development: Investigating pupils’ effective talk while learning. The teachers found that they developed trust in each oth, and that these common reflections were useful for their teaching. The development of higher psychological processes, The Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance. 2011a. Her research focuses on a/r/tography, teacher identity, teacher education, arts based educational research and curriculum. Hansen. professional development more aligned to the 12 National Standards Development Council (NSDC) standards for quality professional development than teachers in low-achieving schools. According to Timperley et al. Theme 3: Teacher co-operation for teachers’ learning, Teacher co-operation is a theme for several researchers exami, The American researchers Levine and Marcus (2010) clai, research work shows that participation in co-operating communities influences, teachers’ practices and improves pupils’ learning. Kn. Through the experience of implementation of the RTICT programme, a need for developing a group of teachers as leaders and mentors to support their peers academically was felt at the cluster and school level. guided by a published agenda. 2009. learner position, they had the opportunity to develop their own subject knowledge, demonstrate good educational practice, develop insigh, situation, develop greater empathy with the pupils as learners and develop a practice, that supported rich discussion with others on topics relating to learning activities. Articles that dealt with basic education, primary and secondary school, were selected, and articles that dealt with learning using digital tools and the internet and newly trained teachers were rejected. She also found that the distribution of subjects, may impede co-operation between teachers, and that the professional development, of teachers must take, as its point of departure topics that are, personal and professional needs of teachers. This means, they learn to collect information as the basis for developi, becoming researchers in their practice (Postholm and Jacob, Moen 2009). Teachers’ learning in a research and development work project. The formulation and implementation of national policies show heavy top-down impositions, with institutional PD management seriously challenging lecturers’ capacity to be authors of their own PD. Without effective professional development systems to teach teachers to do assessment for learning, the potential of the intervention will never be realized. Teacher Development: Making an Impact ix Teacher Development: Making an Impact has been produced as a joint venture between the World Bank and Project ABEL 2 (Advancing Basic Education and Literacy), an initiative of the United States Agency for International Development under the auspices of the Academy for Educational Development. 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In such reflection on their own practice, they use both metacognitive strategies. Feltovich, and R.R. they have their own structure based on the articles that were included in the review. Opfer, V.D., D.G. According to Gregory (2010), another American researcher, it is, school should focus on teacher expectations at the star. pupils’ understanding of concepts had positive impact on student learning, particularly in mathematics. London: General, ten, I. How do I, get there? It was revealed that what motivated these teachers to embark on these professional programs include: need to improve the instructional method, managerial skills, research abilities, and the interest for personal development. L.B. Professional Development in Education publishes on professional learning and development, including topics related to mentoring, coaching, training and managing During this work, schools and teachers, and the schools were given expert, phases – for example, in helping to identify their own needs as well as what the pupils, needed. strengthened and their practice improved. M. Boekarts, P.R. The study shows that, tips from the expert teacher were found to be useful, while this scheme allowed the. The study also, indicates that the quality of the support teachers receive in their work is important to, ensure successful professional development. Dataon teachers’ age, gender, academic qualification, teaching experience (interms of number of years), and teacher training, their experiences aboutPD and the perceived benefits of the different learning strategies of PDwere collected using a questionnaire. Meirink et al. [Learning in a social, cognitive and socio-cognitive perspective], ed. The article points out the importance of supportive, relationships between colleagues where failure and innovation are, invited as a necessary part of professional learning among co-operating. Bakhtin (1981) has presented two constru, useful thinking tools in this context. However, the participants in the study, pointed out challenges in relation to finding time to observe and reflect, review of ‘Lesson study’ by Ono and Ferreira (2010) conducted in 313 secondary. During the year of, the project, their own reflections were never made from a meta-perspective, which, would have given them the opportunity to reflect on. Focus, teachers in their professional learning must acquire new know, and reflect upon the results with colleagues so that the learning occurs in co-, operation with them. Constructivisms, modern and postmodern. Research Design: A qualitative case study of a comprehensive (middle and secondary) public school community was conducted to explore practitioners ' collective learning from successful practices. Webster-Wright at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Austral, an article (2009) focusing on continuing professional learning (CPL) in general. (2007) examined the teachers’ practice theories that were. In a study conducted. Metodebok for, [Research and development work in school. Access to PD by many lecturers, particularly female lecturers, is limited due to the absence of gender considerations and poor enactment of many national policies, inadequate remuneration and excessive workloads, and the cultural notion of women taking major responsibility for family commitments. Hammerness et al. educational innovation: Learning activities and learning outcomes of experienced teachers. 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Bearing in mind multimedia presentation of educational information, open access to the resource, the possibility of collaborative content editing of Wiki sites, the project can be called very promising, available and user friendly. This paper will shed light on how Learning Study can enhance teacher professional development by creating communities of practice for knowledge sharing and reflective practices for teaching and learning. 2011b. Catalytic tools: Understanding the. Boekaerts, M., P. Pintrich, and M. Zeidner. “Teaching Profession for the 21st Century” is a joint attempt to respond to the above challenges. The studies indicate that learning is not a linear process, and that, resource persons who attempted to implement readymade program, desired practice rarely had lasting impact on pupi, developed in co-operation with the teachers, on the other hand, did have lasting, In most of the studies, researchers with supplementary, in, and their research provided knowledge that contributed to the teachers’, professional development. In the, presented, the length of the activity ranges from one semester and a scope of 20, hours to development activities stretching over two years and with two hours’, The presented studies agree with Desimone’s (2009) five characteristics of, teachers’ learning, but all in all, they also represent other features that are, for teachers’ learning. The focus is on examining individual knowledge construction through active cognitive engagement, rather than the social interactions, in the online community. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. After reading the abstracts and articles that ha, articles was selected to pursue the research question for this review: eight articles. In, co-operation with colleagues or others with expertise, the reading of texts might also, be a tool that could promote discussions. 650 0 obj <>stream Others, again, might develop both. operative activities should be planned to promote learning in various areas. By reflecting on their own practice, they can assess, whether the learning objectives have been satisfied and then plan to satisfy new, objectives based on knowledge about themselves and their pupils, based on tasks, that are to be implemented in the teaching and the teaching, apply. Lee, B. Scarloss, and K. Shapley. He speaks about the ‘authoritarian’, ‘authoritative’ word. teachers, as the pupils have a number of teachers. Levine and Marcus (2010) therefore conclude that different forms of co-. How do teachers learn in the. Teachers find that pupils start to ask other questions abou, questions that indicate that they would like to understand the content of the material, (Postholm 2010). study: Identifying pathways for instructional success in a Singapore high school. Metacognition is part of what is called self-regulated learning, means teachers learning to learn. This means that content, the learners and the context, of the learning must be included in a study of CPL. pupils’ learning. Reframing professional development through under-. Professional development — formal in-service training to upgrade the content knowledge and pedagogical skills of teachers — is widely viewed as an important means of improving teaching and … This means that the term ‘action research’ is not used when it comes to. - Hvilke tegn på varig endring utover satsingsperioden i enkeltinstitusjoner kan identifiseres? Postholm, M.B. levels of education including school, university (undergraduate, graduate) and postgraduate (professional development, additional and postgraduate education). The direction for what the teachers would do or say, the beginning of the meeting, or by a shared understanding of a particular routine or, activity. However, the literature shows that this activity has been under-examined both regionally and nationally. This programme adopts a reflective model of professional development using a practice-based approach and exemplary OER. Hoekstra, A., M. Brekelmans, D. Beijaard, and F. Korthagen. Most frequently, the leaders, prepared organisational room for the teachers to learn, gave them access to, expertise and the opportunity to process new information. Our, This study examined students’ internal management of their cognitive processing in an interactive online class. If the teachers are working in a, development-oriented school environment which attaches importance, learning and co-operation, the effect will be maintained longer than three to, years, according to Hagen and Nyen (2009). 2005 and Vescio, Ross, their own study of seven high school teachers working on the same team shows that, different focuses and varying activities with differing struc, variation when it comes to the content of the co, the teachers shared teaching problems based on their own protocols. Her study of 34 elementary school teachers worki, shows that teachers with high expectations for improvement also dev. Collaborative continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers in. We focused in particular on professional development around short constructed responses, a form of paragraph writing required for the state exam. It was understandable that the teachers needed external expertise, because the requirement for substantial new learning in the studies demanded that, the teachers had to learn relevant content and new skills to consider the, practice in alternative ways. The study was theoretically underpinned by Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) and employed a sequential mixed-methods approach. Cultivating communities of practice via learning study for enhancing, Kvernbekk, T. 2011. To deal with, identified shortcoming for formal further education, a Norwegian study (Hagen and, Nyen 2009), TALIS (2009), McMahon et al.’s report from, international studies (Parise and Spillane 2010 and Buczynski and Hansen 2010), were accordingly included. between teacher professional development, teaching practices, and student outcomes. The contents of the arti, and reduced by coding and categorising the texts in open and axial analysis processes, (Strauss and Corbin 1990, 1998) so that their essence was made reportable (Garfinkel, 1967; Sachs 1992). First, learning must take, as its point of departure, teaching, practice. The study was carried out in the Jiangsu Province of China where arguably there exist some of the topmost universities in China. mechanisms for teacher education and professional development. workplace? It adopts the professional roles of teachers and principals as portrayed in the “T-standard + ” as the goals for teachers’ professional development, and the three core elements of teachers’ professional … The studies suggest, though, that a lack, shared understanding of the purpose of the development activities was a problematic, aspect (Timperley et al. The Professional Ladder for Teachers in Hong Kong is established with an aim to promote teachers’ profession al growth and enhance teachers’ professional status. Dewey (1916) believed that, participate in development situations also learn to learn. Pupil learning outcome was related to, personal, social and academic outcome. 2009. Survey questionnaires were used to solicit views from 288 university teachers from (Jiangsu University, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Nanjing University and Nanjing Normal University) who participated in the study. schools show that change is not a sequential process; changes that occur in practice, and values and convictions are related to each other. Development and adaption of expertise: The role of self-regulatory. The categories also focus on such contextual factors as individual and, shows that the surroundings are very important elements in the individual’s, learning and development, as is also the stance within the constr, Teachers’ learning: formal continuing education, In Norway, formal competence development among teachers in lower an, secondary schools has changed over the last five or six years (Hagen, Hagen and Nyen refer to how teachers have high form, with the rest of the national workforce – including oth, higher education – teachers participate to a high degree in training an, This applies not least to formal further education, even, Hagen and Nyen (2009) comment that teachers ha, stimulating learning in their day-to-day work, but also, teacher role in Norway has been evolving. It is important that, experience expectations for improvement, and that the whole person, This means that cognitive, actional, emotional and motivati, important factors in the professional development of teachers (Hoekstra and, Korthagen 2011; Vygotsky 2000). I. Bra, Buczynski, S., and C.B. They call the teachers ‘change agents’ but point out the importance of co-operation, between the teacher trainers from the university and teachers in school, concluding. Teacher learning on problem-solving teams. individually according to professional standards. A German study of 1939 Germ, secondary teachers in 198 schools (Richter et al. 033). Survey questionnaires were used to solicit views from 288 university teachers from (Jiangsu University, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Nanjing University and Nanjing Normal University) who participated in the study. permeate the processes on all levels: on the pupil, teacher and organisational levels. changing structures and creating cultures, and they can distribute leadership to, persons who have no formal leadership qualification but who can support change, and development both culturally and structurally. 2010. However, this yielded no hits on articles when the same, series of selections and rejections was made. For many teachers, professional development has been viewed as a task that generally involves a 1-day in-service training or workshop, with little or no expectation of what the teacher should do with the information or how the teacher … The principal in this study allowed, for observation and reflection in the teaching schedule. The study interviewed, England and 12 teachers in Finland, using the same questions (Webb et, Finland, the teachers who participated in the study felt they were working in a, democratic and fair school climate with greater opportunit, limitations of school and to find creative ways of working compared with, In the English schools, the teachers needed to satisfy defined, than work towards interest-goals defined by the schools themselves. This study aimed to identify and discuss PDstrategies employed by Nepalese English as a foreign language (EFL)teachers and experiences. They, important finding of the study is that teachers learn in different ways, and that the, support provided for teachers’ learning, therefore, must be different, article published in 2011 based on a case study of four of the 32 teachers in the study, mentioned above, Hoekstra and Korthagen present findings indicating that the, whole person must be considered, and that cognitive, action, motivational aspects must be included as key factors in the professional development, of teachers. Which characteristics of a, reciprocal peer coaching context affect teacher learning as perceived by teachers and their, ... As defined by Avalos [4] PD is a continuous process of teachers' learning including the process of how they learn and apply their knowledge to support students. teachers’ learning: A reflection from the field. develop their own educational skills and those of others. Speculations about the nature and development of metacognition. This is also supported by, findings from Parise and Spillane (2010) who, as mentioned above, reported from a, study including school staff members in 30 elementary sch, researcher, Glazier (2009), shows that reflection in groups, on the basis of texts that, have been read, may aid teachers’ learning. teachers to learn new knowledge about the subject and education practice, gaining more understanding of pupil needs and classroom management. nale studie av undervisning og læring [OECD’s international study of teaching and, learning]. Avalos, B. Knowledge about tasks means that one is aware of various cognitive tasks and how, they require different solutions. These thought bubbles enabled the pupils to, express what they thought. Teachers have more collaborative non-, classroom time outside their teaching, which enables more, colleagues when it comes to the planning, implementation and assessment of, teaching. Purpose: We conducted this study to understand more fully the delivery of school-based professional development within a high-stakes accountability context. The study also shows that teachers learn most when they have the, opportunity to discuss their experiences in a trusted, confident and constructive, atmosphere. Teachers learning how to learn. teachers’ systematic work: instead, it is called ‘action learning’. The content of the course included ‘exploratory, teaching as method’, content knowledge in maths and natural science and formative, assessment, the assessment of the pupils’ work during activities to enhance their, learning. must have the opportunity to determine what they and their pupils need to learn. analysis of primary schools in England and Finland. support of teacher professional development. the data collected during interviews, reflective writing and monologues led to the understandings that: There is a connection between developing consciousness and having a noetic experience; actor-teachers want to talk about their noetic experiences; residue is an a/r/tographic rendering used to describe the way that having an illuminating experience in theatre school affected the participants; and an immanent curriculum can be understood by theatrical engagement. Precisely the fact that further education is so closely linked to and, relevant for their own working day appears to lead teacher, invest is well spent. It focuses on the profes, learning and development in this community. learning may improve when there is a focus on teachers’ learning. Ono, Y., and J. Ferreira. teacher training. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. The study, shows that several elements may contribute to teachers’ professional, These include having experts among the colleagues who can contribute their. Professional Development in Higher Education 258 (Koehler et al. They also focus on research, which states that there must be, regular opportunities for professional development and that it must, extended period. In the cognitivist paradigm, learning takes place when an individual is taught or is mentally stimulated, ways, and in the constructivist paradigm, knowledge is perceived as the construction, of meaning and understanding within social interaction. The authoritarian word stands for what can be defined as a, direct transfer of new knowledge, while the authoritative word invites, lecture, many dialogues may arise between listeners and, exchange of words. Professional development (PD) of English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers and lecturers in Vietnam has drawn great interest from stakeholders and the public over the past decade, as it is a key aspect of the National Foreign Language 2020 Project. The experiences gained must, be processed and thus lead to development of new and deeper. Effective professional development for teachers is a core part of securing effective teaching. Teaching Council of England. Tiller states that teachers must not become caught up in the experi, include them in the current situation and planning of futur, can learn from their own experiences by being exploratory, and in this way they will, have a meta-perspective on their own teaching practice (Postholm and Jacobsen, In the sub-sections below, the findings from research on teachers’ learning, in school are presented under the seven themes developed during the analysis, Theme 1: Five characteristics of teachers’ learning, In a theoretical study, Desimone (2009), identified five characteristics, learning that should be prominent if the knowledge and skills of teachers are to be. It is argued that, courses and lectures, or ‘times for telling’, and teachers’ development of a, metacognitive attitude are decisive factors for teachers’ learning within a, dealt with learning using digital tools and the interne, tional factors impact teachers’ learning. Another study carried out by, and Dean (2009) also shows how a group of teachers (at the largest comprising 14, teachers) working in five middle schools learnt in co-operation, the study, the researchers found that there must be a close relationshi, is reflected upon and what occurs in the practice situati, that video recordings of teaching situations were a good tool for, process, where the intention was to improve practices in the classro, Theme 6: Teachers as leaders of other teachers’ learning, In New Zealand, Taylor et al. If teachers are to learn and thus, change on-going practice, one requirement, according to Ja, (2009), is that the cultures and structures are changed. teachers were given the opportunity to develop their unde, reform should be introduced, they were then given concrete examples of what the. Baumfield, V.M., E. Hall, S. Higgins, and K. Wall. 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