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Teacher Learning And Professional Development

J. Vermunt
Published 2014 · Psychology

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The societal demand for evidence that teacher education and professional development initiatives result in improved student learning outcomes is increasing. In Figure 1, a chain of evidence from teacher education and professional development to student learning outcomes is depicted. Teacher education and professional development programs initiate (student) teachers’ learning processes, leading to teachers’ learning outcomes.
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