Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Brett, K., & Mathews, C. (1996). Building an evaluative climate in continuing professional development–The NPDP: SA experience. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 36(3), 181-192.

Fishman, B. J., Marx, R. W., Besta, S., & Talb, R. T. (2003). Linking teacher and student learning to improve professional development in systemic reform. Teaching and Teacher Education, 19(6), 643-658.

Fixsen, D. L., Blase, K. A., Horner, R., & Sugai, G. (2009). Readiness for change. In S. I. S.-u. o. E.-b. Practices, F. C. D. Institute & T. U. o. N. C. a. C. Hill (Eds.) (Vol. 3).

Horizon Research, I. (2001). What have we learned? Local systemic change initiatives share lessons from the field. Retrieved from http://lsc-net.terc.edu/do.cfm/conference_material/7058/show/use_set-lessons_00.

Lydon, S., & King, C. (2009). Can a single, short continuing professional development workshop cause change in the classroom? Professional Development in Education, 35(1), 63-82.

Supovitz, J. A., & Turner, H. M. (2000). The effects of professional development on science teaching practices. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 37(9), 963-980.

VanDriel, J. H., Beijaard, D., & Verloop, N. (2001). Professional development and reform in science education: The role of teachers’ practical knowledge. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 38(2), 137-158.

VanLoo, J. B., & Rocco, T. S. (2006). Differentiating CPE from training: Reconsidering terms, boundaries, and economic factors. Human Resource Development Review, 5(2), 202-227.

This PD Discussion is devoted to teachers’ motivation to engage in professional development. You may offer opinions and share strategies. We are especially interested in ensuring that the database is complete, and you are welcome to recommend resources that should be added.

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