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Harnessing professional dialogue, collaboration and content in context: an exploration of a new model for teacher professional learning
International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
  • David Lynch, Southern Cross University
  • Jake Madden, Southern Cross University
  • Bruce Allen Knight, Central Queensland University
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Article
Publication Date
1-1-2014
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Abstract

This paper investigates a new model for teacher professional learning that harnesses professional dialogue, the power of collaboration and a series of teacher learning contents, which occur in the teacher’s teaching context, for whole of school teaching practice effect. In more specific terms the paper examines the Collaborative Teacher Learning Model (CTLM) at St Augustine’s Primary School for key points of reference. In examining the model the paper reveals a series of key elements, which when orchestrated through a process that teachers feel comfortable with, generates capacities for teachers to improve their teaching practices.

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Lynch, D, Madden, J & Knight, B 2014, 'Harnessing professional dialogue, collaboration and content in context: an exploration of a new model for teacher professional learning', International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, vol. 1, no. 3.

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