Teacher Professional Development

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Sort It Out: According to Gaible and Burns (2005) Teacher Professional Development can be divided into three broad categories:

Standardized: The most centralized approach, best used to disseminate information and skill among large teacher populations. Example: Institute Days (PD days).

Site-based:Intensive learning by groups of teachers in a school or region, promoting profound and long-term changes in instructional methods. Example: Coaching.

Self-directed:Independent learning, sometimes initiated at the learner’s discretion, using available resources that may include computers and the Internet. Example: PERA

Using each of the three categories (Standardized, Site-based and Self-directed), create a list of specific models of professional development that exemplify each category. Share your findings (small group, shoulder partners, or other way as directed by your instructor).

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Sort It Out: According to Gaible and Burns (2005) Teacher Professional Development can be divided into three broad categories: ● ● ● Standardized: The most centralized approach, best used to disseminate information and skill among large teacher populations. Example: Institute Days (PD days). Site-based: Intensive learning by groups of teachers in a school or region, promoting profound and long-term changes in instructional methods. Example: Coaching. Self-directed: Independent learning, sometimes initiated at the learner’s discretion, using available resources that may include computers and the Internet. Example: PERA Using each of the three categories (Standardized, Site-based and Self-directed), create a list of specific models of professional development that exemplify each category. Share your findings (small group, shoulder partners, or other way as directed by your instructor). Standardized Site-Based Self-Directed ...
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RUNNING HEAD: Models used in Professional Teacher Development

Professional Teacher Development

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Institutional Affiliation

Teacher Professional Development (TPD)
Teachers continue to play a key role in the learning process of learners. For teachers to effectively discharge their duties,
continuous teacher professional development is necessary. Teacher Professional Development (TPD) refers to the process through which
a teacher obtains additional training, guidance, and mentoring, as well as learning on emerging trends such the integration of ICT in
teaching and learning.
According to Gaible and Burns (2005) Teacher Professional Devel...

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