Professional Development in Education 41.3
Issue 3 of Volume 41 of the Association’s flagship journal is available on-line at:
Edited by Associate Editor, Laura M. Desimone of the University of Pennsylvania.
Laura’s Editorial focuses on the processes and effects of learning activities and how the articles included in 41.3 contribute to deepening and enriching our understanding.
Among the themes considered in the articles are networks and collaboration including using study groups; implementing a new curriculum; distributed leadership in primary schools; middle leadership; online professional development; identity and professional transition; coaching and strength-based approaches to PD.
A number of countries across the world are represented in the author list involving articles from contexts in the USA, Ireland, Spain, Taiwan, Australia, England, Scotland, Sweden, New Zealand and the Netherlands.
The print copy of 41.3 will be sent out to all ipda members in the next few weeks by post.
Posted by Professor Jim O’Brien, Managing Editor, Professional Development in Education