Professional development communities as a model for staff development online
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Maor, D. & McLoughlin, C. (2005). Professional development communities as a model for staff development online. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 914-919). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In traditional approaches to professional development, much effort has been devoted to enhancement of the use of technology. However, the challenge now is to encourage the use of pedagogically-sound technologies. In this paper we discuss models of online professional development that include a 'whole of institutional approach' to staff development of online teaching skills and professional development that engages staff in reflective practice and immerses them in experiential learning online. We conclude that transformative and reflective models of online professional development are more likely to be sustainable and effective in supporting professional learning communities when introducing technological innovations in teaching.
- Evaluating Online Professional Development Programs Using the Kirkpatrick Model
- Evaluating Online Instruction: Adapting a Training Model to E-Learning in Higher Education
- Web 2.0 Technologies for Social and Collaborative E-Learning
- Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Courses
- Online Professional Development for Online Educators: Does it Change Teaching Practice?
- New tools for assessment in distance education
- Proven Strategies for Devising Cost-Effective Online Professional Development Programs for K-12 School Districts
- Usage Analysis in Learning Systems
- Professional Development for In-Service and Pre-Service Teachers Using E-Learning Modules
- Pedagogy First! Making Web-Technologies Work for Soft Skills Development in Leadership and Management Education
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