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Issue 19.4

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To collaborate or not collaborate

A key feature of the self-improving school system is inter-school collaboration. Verena West explores the motivation, benefits and challenges inherent in such commitment to collaborate.

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Fishing for Evidence of Impact

In this article Gill Rowland, Hazel King, Penny Webb, Alison Cogger and Karen Vincent use seafaring imagery to portray a research project focussed on enriching mentoring within a school university initial teaching training partnership. They report on the professional development benefits gained from use of their framework for both school based mentors and university-based tutors.

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Evaluation through story-telling! – a tool for improving teaching

Does evaluation make any difference to improving teaching? Gina Sherwood describes her research among undergraduates, which indicates that a creative approach to evaluation through story-telling can be more fruitful.

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Using Theories of Action to bring about improvement

Chris Brown and Jane Flood explore how the use of “Theories of Action” can help teachers engage in evidence-informed self improvement?

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Professional Development Today: a manifesto for change

In this article Chris Brown, Rachel Lofthouse and Graham Handscomb signal a forthcoming new approach to Professional Development Today.

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