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Designing Online Experiences to Support Teacher Learning and Professional Development Across Subject Areas

Abby Reisman, Susan A. Yoon, Emma Anderson, Tymesia Brown, Richard Correnti, Caroline Ebby, Lindsay Goldsmith-Markey, Joshua Littenberg-Tobias, Eric Klopfer, Lindsay Clare Matsumura, Kate Miller, Justin Reich (+8 others)
2020 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
Online professional development offers a scalable and often cost-effective method to support teacher learning.  ...  These challenges invite deeper explorations of how to leverage the affordances of online environments to design experiences that further support teacher learning.  ...  In this symposium, we discuss the design of online professional development experiences across program formats-from MOOCs to instructional coaching models to professional learning communities-and across  ... 
dblp:conf/icls/ReismanYABCEGLK20 fatcat:xow3cn4pgrcddc6uiq4j6p76eq

Online or offline – Does it matter?

Cathrine Edelhard Tømte, Cay Gjerustad
2020 Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy  
Policymakers and scholars are scaling up online professional development programmes for teachers.  ...  This changes when indicators of collaboration and support from teachers are controlled for, suggesting that these factors are more strongly related to learning outcomes for those in campus-based studies  ...  Acknowledgements: We are grateful to NIFU for funding initial work that resulted in this article.  ... 
doi:10.18261/issn.1891-943x-2020-04-04 fatcat:atdolkxo5jg6hojpvodi3ftlze

Profiling of English language teachers as trainees in an online course and ensuing implications

Anna Mavroudi, Dina Tsagari
2018 Computers & Education  
Therefore, to encourage language teachers' ICT use for professional development or for teaching purposes, they should be provided with localised and supportive environments (Papadima-Sophocleous, Kakouli-Constaninou  ...  Other studies, for example Jimoyiannis and Komis (2007) , indicate that factors, like subject matter, teaching experience and gender, are strongly associated with the beliefs and perceptions teachers hold  ...  The development of the TALE online training platform is powered by the WIDE Service eLearning company (  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2018.06.029 fatcat:vlqyulo5ijcwppjozz3sf7fbc4

Online Teacher Professional Development in Canada: A Review of the Research

Pamela Beach, Elena Favret, Alexandra Minuk
2021 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
opportunities can best support teachers' professional learning.  ...  This paper presents findings from a systematic review of 11 studies examining online teacher professional development (oTPD) in Canada between 2000-2020.  ...  teacher professional learning" AND online 20 "online teacher learning" AND Canada 5 "teacher professional development" AND elementary AND Canada 5 Keyword Combinations "Teacher Professional Development  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt27948 fatcat:f7yutr5ofrepbpwnalpueosbha

Models of Teacher Development for the Integration of ICT in the Classroom [chapter]

Toni Downes
2002 Networking the Learner  
include time, money, leadership development, alignment of the goals of assessment and professional development, lifelong leaming, motivating teachers, rewards and incentives, language barriers. 1.  ...  This professional group explored a range of pre-service teacher education and continuing professional development strategies undertaken in the countries/systems/institutions of the members.  ...  TEACHER DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS Models of teacher development vary across pre-service teacher education and continuing professional development.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35596-2_95 fatcat:tqqpdhlu6fdqxfvr6v4xotba7u

Teacher's In-Service Professional Development Needs Assessment–The Pakistani Context

Aamna Pasha, Yuling-Liu Smith, Shehzad Jeeva
2019 Journal of South Asian studies  
of strategizing and designing teacher development programmes.  ...  An online survey was carried out with questions regarding the demographic information, teachers' current practices and their professional training needs.  ...  Naveed Yousuf, Ajay Pinjani and Asad Ali Aslam.  ... 
doi:10.33687/jsas.007.01.2820 fatcat:erxa4uuxuzd6tpzyj3nqnktuwy

Designing Educative Curriculum Materials to Promote Teacher Learning

Elizabeth A. Davis, Joseph S. Krajcik
2005 Educational Researcher  
How can K-12 curriculum materials be designed to best promote teacher learning? What might teacher learning with educative curriculum materials look like?  ...  They build from ideas about teacher learning and organize the heuristics around important parts of a teacher's knowledge base: subject matter knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge for topics, and pedagogical  ...  Our point is not to argue that there is structural congruence across all subject areas but rather to suggest that expert teachers across subject areas and grade levels have a similar type of knowledge  ... 
doi:10.3102/0013189x034003003 fatcat:tuiuurnppfdqdkchohox7d2x4u

Developing an Online Collaborative Approach to Global Education in Vocational Contexts

Blair Stevenson, Sarah Cornelius
2014 Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice  
This paper describes work in progress to develop a process for international collaboration between the participants of a vocational teacher education programme in Finland and the Teaching Qualification  ...  It outlines plans for the evaluation of learners' and tutors' experiences following implementation.  ...  Scottish participants were also able to view other lesson plans in the VLE to allow them to see a range of ideas and approaches to global education across different subject areas.  ... 
doi:10.14297/jpaap.v2i1.99 fatcat:azep37busvbmnmsnff4dzsnkru

Plans for Embedding ICTs into Teaching and Learning through a Large-Scale Secondary Education Reform in the Country of Georgia

Jayson W Richardson, Gregory Sales, Sonja Sento?nik
2015 Forum for International Research in Education  
This article describes a team's approach to technology integration into the design of a large-scale, five year, teacher and leader professional development project in the country of Georgia.  ...  of how the proposed technology interventions push teachers and leaders to use technology to improve tasks and improve the teaching and learning experience.  ...  the teaching and learning experience.  ... 
doi:10.18275/fire201502011047 fatcat:fpw2tkxrqzg63k2o3bnvf5zqii

Live, online short-courses: A case study of innovative teacher professional development

Meghan E. Marrero, Jessica Fitzsimons Riccio, Karen A. Woodruff, Glen S. Schuster
2010 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
flexible design of the professional development to be useful.  ...  Teachers were particularly interested in the ability to participate in a collaborative community of practice with other educators, instructors, and scientists from across the country, and they found the  ...  Live, Online Short-Courses: A Case Study of Innovative Teacher Professional Development Marrero, Woodruff, Fitzsimons Riccio, and Schuster  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v11i1.758 fatcat:yt2zxzjtyfbi7kvuu3zkmkx7ba

Pedagogical Transformation and Teacher Learning for Knowledge Building: Turning COVID-19 Challenges into Opportunities

Chew Lee Teo, Seng Chee Tan, Carol Chan
2021 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
Three areas of misalignment were identified: disjoint in learning with home-school separation, piecemeal technologies to mimic physical teaching, and disconnect between teacher professional development  ...  Through analyzing the three case examples of how teachers responded to COVID-19 challenges in inter-related areas of curriculum, pedagogy, technology and community, we identified several themes on emerging  ...  and Classroom practice aligned with teachers' professional practice. development experience in KBC Teachers' professional development Weaving of conversation and community discourse supported does not  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt28057 fatcat:abhz7rfgcffb7ne3z27nxqyeuy

From Product Centricism to Systems-Wide Education Design: Making Corporate Technology Systems Work for the Learning Organisation

Brian J. Corbitt, Dale Holt, Stephen Segrave
2004 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
With Deakin Online rapidly developing, efforts are beginning to focus more fundamentally on how the potentials of the environment can be realised to create enduring teaching and learning value.  ...  Moreover, change in role and process needs to be grounded in more systemic organisation and program-wide approaches to designing and working within the new contemporary learning environments.  ...  It was conceived as a place where Deakin students go to participate in high quality, online learning experiences and access support and administrative services online.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/CorbittHS04 fatcat:hjoyolxbzvaczoocaxf3bfjtta

By design: Professional learning ecologies to develop primary school teachers' makerspaces pedagogical capabilities

Michael Stevenson, Matt Bower, Garry Falloon, Anne Forbes, Maria Hatzigianni
2019 British Journal of Educational Technology  
This is the author manuscript accepted for publication and has undergone full peer review but has not been through the copyediting, typesetting, pagination and proofreading process, which may lead to differences  ...  between this version and the Version of Record.  ...  Refer to for a full report on this study, including samples of primary data and extended analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.12743 fatcat:sxlgfe4fgbb43dihpnqzy32w7y

Modern Teacher Education - Supporting the Vast Landscape of 21st Century Pedagogy [chapter]

Dr Joshua C. Elliott, Dr Craig S. Tunks
2021 Teacher Education in the 21st Century - Emerging Skills for a Changing World [Working Title]  
Educators need to keep up with this changing landscape and need to learn, develop and innovate new ways to support todays' learners.  ...  Supporting educators through areas of primary training such as teacher preparation programs and degree programs are one way to accomplish this but also the many credible teacher training programs that  ...  Professional Learning Communities can be developed around topics of interest, grade levels, subject areas or other commonalities that can be supported through peer support.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.97032 fatcat:ox2xqp5tefhgvajo6ex3v7h574

Professional Development at a Distance

Aliya Holmes, Barbara Signer, Antoinette MacLeod
2010 Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education  
This study examined the experiences of the inservice teachers across online professional development courses and analyzed participant surveys from this population to gain a better sense of satisfaction  ...  The online professional development courses were designed to meet the growing challenges in the K-12 classroom and address the areas of content knowledge, skill, and pedagogy in an effective and efficient  ... 
doi:10.1080/21532974.2010.10784660 fatcat:um27dh7k6bh27amhi6s4kzrzma
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