Network Learning for Educational Change

By Wiel Veugelers; Mary John O'hair | Go to book overview
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Series editors' prefacevii
List of contributorsx
1The case for network learning Mary John O'Hair and Wiel Veugelers1
Part 1: Theory and practice of networking17
2School-university networks that improve student learning: lessons from the League of Professional Schools Lew Allen and Frances Hensley19
3Keeping school networks fluid: networks in dialogue with educational change Wiel Veugelers and Henk Zijlstra33
4Harnessing action research: the power of network learning Christopher Day and Mark Hadfield52
5Networking for professional learning communities: school-university-community partnerships enhance student achievement Mary John O'Hair, Ulrich C. Reitzug, Jean M. Cate, Randy Averso, Linda Atkinson, Dennis Gentry, Gregg Garn and Gaetane Jean-Marie72

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