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On Efforts to Collegially Develop Teacher Professionalism.

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The paper describes efforts to support the development of reflective practice at a basic school in Brno, the Czech Republic. The aims, structure, content and methods are mentioned, as well as some preliminary results. Also, the authors suggest a few preconditions of the success of possible future actions. The specific case is seen from the viewpoint of the situation of in-service teacher training in the Czech Republic. [This paper was published in: Kroath, F. & Vernon, T. (eds.) A Conference Tells Its Story. Chelmsford Essex: Earlybrave Publications Limited, 2002, s. 171-176.]

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Author:Lazarova, Bohumira; Pol, Milan
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Abstract
Geographic Code:4EXCZ
Date:Sep 26, 2000
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