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Improving Teacher Satisfaction with Professional Development

@inproceedings{Beaudry2009ImprovingTS,
  title={Improving Teacher Satisfaction with Professional Development},
  author={Kelly Beaudry},
  year={2009}
}
Depending on whom you ask in education, ‘professional development’ can either be an exciting part of a fundamental commitment to ongoing learning, or it can be a burden to professionals who find it irrelevant and/or boring. The National Staff Development Council’s Standards for Staff Development (2001) defines staff (professional) development as “the means by which educators acquire or enhance the knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and beliefs necessary to create high levels of learning for all… 

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