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Livingston, K., & Robertson, J. (2001). The coherent system and the empowered individual: continuing professional development for teachers in Scotland. European Journal of Teacher Education, 24(2), 12.

Loxley, A., Johnston, K., Murchan, D., Fitzgerald, H., & Quinn, M. (2007). The role of whole-school contexts in shaping the experiences and outcomes associated with professional development. Journal of In-service Education, 33(3), 21.

Nicolaidou, M. (2010). Do primary school teachers in Cypriot schools see themselves as leaders? Echoing practitioners’ voices on levers and barriers. Teacher Development, 14(2), 225-239.

Ostermeier, C., Prenzel, M., & Duit, R. (2010). Improving science and mathematics instruction: The SINUS Project as an example for reform as teacher professional development. International Journal of Science Education, 32(3), 303-327.

Parker, G. (2010). MoLeNET Mobile Learning Conference 2009: Research Papers. London: Learning and Skills Network.

Pasternak, R. (2005). Choice of institutions of higher education and academic expectations: The impact of cost-benefit factors. Teaching in Higher Education, 10(2), 189-201.

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