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Grierson, A. L., & Gallagher, T. L. (2009). Seeing is believing: Creating a catalyst for teacher change through a demonstration classroom professional development initiative. Professional Development in Education, 35(4), 567-584.

Grove, C. M., Dixon, P. J., & Pop, M. M. (2009). Research experiences for teachers: Influences related to expectancy and value of changes to practice in the American classroom. Professional Development in Education, 35(2), 247-260.

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