Collaboration in teacher professional learning: Universities, school-systems, schools and teachers

Deppeler, Joanne, Ashman, Adrian F., Conway, Robert, Jones, Phyllis, O'Gorman, Elizabeth, Garcia-Cedillo, Ismael, Romero-Contreras, Silvia and Fletcher, Todd (2010). Collaboration in teacher professional learning: Universities, school-systems, schools and teachers. In: ISEC 2010 Full Conference Papers. The 7th Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC2010), Belfast, Ireland, (). 2-5 August 2010.

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Author Deppeler, Joanne
Ashman, Adrian F.
Conway, Robert
Jones, Phyllis
O'Gorman, Elizabeth
Garcia-Cedillo, Ismael
Romero-Contreras, Silvia
Fletcher, Todd
Title of paper Collaboration in teacher professional learning: Universities, school-systems, schools and teachers
Conference name The 7th Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC2010)
Conference location Belfast, Ireland
Conference dates 2-5 August 2010
Proceedings title ISEC 2010 Full Conference Papers
Place of Publication Belfast, Ireland
Publisher Queen's University Belfast
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Fully published paper
Total pages 7
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This paper addresses the theme of collaboration and sharing as capacity building
approaches to promote inclusion in a number of educational contexts. The six
symposium papers presented as Collaboration in teacher professional learning:
Universities, school systems schools and teachers
summarized in this paper, bring
together the work from a network of researchers and educators engaged in inclusive
education reform in Australia, Ireland, the United States, and Mexico. The
contributors address collaboration between university staff, schools, and teachers in
a number of ways that have increased the capacity of schools and teachers to
respond to inclusive education imperatives within their respective school systems.
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