Über den Autor
Angela B. Peery is a teacher specialist for the South Carolina Department of Education, adjunct faculty member of the Graduate School of Education at Coastal Carolina University, co-director of the Coastal Area Writing Project, and a former high school English teacher and assistant principal.
1 Why Staff Development Must Change 2 An Inside-Out Model of Staff Development 3 Inside-Out as a Learner 4 Inside-Out as a Teacher 5 Inside-Out as a Contrubuting Professional 6 Notes for Supervisors 7 Recommendations for Futher Study 8 Appendix A: How to Add as Inside-Out Component to Any Inservice 9 Appendix B: Journal Prompts Used Successfully 10 Appendix C: Teacher Inquiry Projects 11 Appendix D: Beginning Inquiry at Your School 12 Appendix E: Examples of Book Discussions Meeting Agendas 13 Appendix F: Example of Transcript of an Excellent Teacher 14 Appendix G: Using Transcription to Document Incompetence 15 Appendix H: Inservice Strategies 16 References 17 Index 18 About the Author
Many reforms undertaken in the name of greater student learning also apply to the ongoing learning of teachers. In Deep Change, Peery examines both theory and practice and recommends five key processes for increasing teacher learning, which will improve staff development at a minimal cost.