Graduate Project Title
Effective Professional Development Practices for Adult Educators
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Professional development has evolved from a one day workshop that is isolated from the school setting, into a process that is on-going based at the school site. In order for professional development to be effective in the school environment, administrators need to take adult learners' needs into account when planning training. Professional development needs to be ongoing in the school setting, meeting the needs of the adult learners and evaluated by its effects on student achievement. The administrator is an instructional leader who provides support for staff to continue their growth. This handbook will provide administrators with resources to assist with creating, implementing, and evaluating effective professional development for all adult educators.
McGee, Jessica Lureen, "Effective Professional Development Practices for Adult Educators" (2011). All Graduate Projects. 74.
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