Continuing professional development of teachers: Interplay of the school management, school climate, motivation and incentives

  title={Continuing professional development of teachers: Interplay of the school management, school climate, motivation and incentives},
  author={Kristinka Ovesni and Emina Hebib and Vera Ž. Radovi{\'c}},
  journal={Nastava i Vaspitanje},
This study is aimed to explore interconnections of incentives and motivation that instigate and affect teachers to participate in programs for continuing professional development of teachers (CPDT) with organizational characteristics (effective school management and supportive school climate) that support teachers' participation in the CPDT programs, and their satisfaction with these programs. The sample of teachers from 92 primary schools in Serbia (N=1162) were included. The data were… 
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