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Staying the course with professional development schools.




Staying the course with professional development schools.

Title main entry. Ed. by Jane E. Neapolitan and Terry R. Berkeley.

Peter Lang Publishing Inc, [c]2005

200 p.

$32.95 (pa)

Professional Development Schools are designed to improve the quality of preparation for pre-service student teachers. This second in a three-volume series contains 14 contributions discussing PDS implementation and assessment. Sample topics include using literature circles to research instructional strategies; measuring the perceived competency of physical education interns; and evaluating programs in relation to national accreditation standards. The papers were originally presented at a 2003 conference held at Towson U. in Maryland.
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Title Annotation:EDUCATION
Publication:Reference & Research Book News
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Date:Aug 1, 2005
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