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EVOLUTION Of ITE'S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Since the founding of ITE in 1930, professional development has been at the core of its purpose and mission.
Abstract A Professional Development School (PDS) is an innovative approach to preparing K-12 teachers.
What can districts do to ensure that professional development strategies and spending align with findings from the best available research--and affect student achievement?
BACKGROUND The Health Care Libraries Unit (HCLU), based in the University of Oxford, coordinates, facilitates, and promotes continuing professional development (CPD) for all staff in the Health Libraries and Information Network (HeLIN) of the Oxford Deanery (UK).
When ACHCA came into being, the American Health Care Association (AHCA--formerly known as the American Nursing Home Association [ANHA]) and the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA--formerly known as the American Association of Homes for the Aging [AAHA]) represented facilities and the organizations that owned them, but there was no organization representing individual administrators that bridged the divide between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors of long-term care or focused on the professional development of administrators' leadership and management skills.
Professional development Pierce and Hunsaker offer ideas about changing the look and substance of in-service teacher trainings.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education and CDW-G are leveraging professional development with a state of the art classroom to improve learning outcomes.
Abstract This study evaluated professional development workshops delivered to eight partner school districts by interactive video conferencing (IVC), a technology new to these districts.