professional development

Are trans-national Professional Development Programmes doomed to fail to influence student outcomes? by Karen Hudson, David Littlefair and Joanne Clifford-Swan

Abstract Trans-national education is increasing (Mahony, 2014) and with regard to professional development for teachers, is an important aspect of upskilling teachers to deliver high quality learning experiences for their pupils. This paper is concerned with Trans-national Professional Development delivered… Read More ›

A Time to Pause and Ponder

Chris Spencer, Peer Schrøder Daugbjerg Abstract In this paper the authors share experiences from teacher education in the UK and Denmark. They apply methodologies for supporting teacher students from initial exposure to the classroom setting, through training programmes and into… Read More ›