From Staff Room to Classroom: A Guide for Planning and Coaching Professional Development
Publication Year: 2017
The tips and tricks you need to know to make transfer happen! We know that the most expensive in-service is the one that teachers do not apply in the classroom. From Staff Room to Classroom offers district-level leaders, staff developers, and instructional coaches sure-fire tools and strategies for delivering professional learning that answers the question, “How can I use this in my classroom?” This resource provides comprehensive, indispensable guidance on: • Effectively reaching and teaching adult learners by understanding their motivations, dispositions, and preferences • The six levels of transfer and seven bridging strategies for supporting teachers as they apply content learned in PD to their classrooms and student interactions • Updating professional learning to include technological developments and blended solutions • Differentiating PD cross-generationally ...
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
- Chapter 1: A Guide to the Change Process
- Chapter 2: A Guide to the Adult Learner
- Chapter 3: A Guide to Site-Based Professional Development
- Chapter 4: A Guide to the Role of Designing Professional Learning
- Chapter 5: A Guide to the Role of Presenting Professional Learning Experiences
- Chapter 6: A Guide to the Role of Facilitating Professional Learning
- Chapter 7: A Guide to the Role of Coaching Professional Learning
- Chapter 8: A Guide to the Anatomy of a Workshop
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Names: Fogarty, Robin, author. | Pete, Brian M., author.
Title: From staff room to classroom : a guide for planning and coaching professional development / Robin J. Fogarty, Brian Pete.
Description: Second Edition. | Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin,  | Includes bibliographical references and index.
Identifiers: LCCN 2016055830 | ISBN 9781506358277 (Paperback : acid-free paper)
Subjects: LCSH: Teachers—In-service training—United States. | Career development—United States.
Classification: LCC LB1731 .F54 2017 | DDC 370.71/1—dc23
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The art and science of teaching adults is no easy endeavor!
We treasure the legacy of the researchers and writers who have informed our practice. Accolades to the work of Knowles, Zemke and Zemke, Fullan, Guskey, and Joyce and Showers.
We cherish the professional learning community of learned colleagues who have developed this work with us: Many thanks for the rich experiences with Jim Bellanca, Kay Burke, R. Bruce Williams, Valerie Gregory, Sue Marcus, Carolyn Chapman, Gayle Gregory, Terry Parry, David Kinney, Cathy Sambo, and Elaine and David Brownlow.
We celebrate the true technicians who have worked to make this production possible. We appreciate the talent and toil of Jean Ward, Robert Holm, Connie Collins, Donna Ramirez, Sandra Morris, Dara Lee Howard, and Tim Fogarty.Publisher’s Acknowledgments
Corwin Press gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the following reviewers:
- Catherine Hill
- Director of Staff and Organizational Development
- Douglas County School District
- Castle Rock, CO
- Dr. Terri Patterson
- Director of Professional Development
- Waco Independent School District
- Waco, TX
About the Authors
- Catherine Hill
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