Kudos to friend and colleague Sally J. Zepeda, Professor in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy at the University of Georgia, on the release of her latest book, Job-Enabled Professional Development: Support, Collaboration, and Learning in Schools.
Nicely done, Dr. Zepeda!
And kudos to me for her including my F.O.C.U.S./F.R.A.M.E. Coaching Model in Chapter 5 – Best Practices in Peer Coaching.
Here’s her full Table of Contents:
- Job-Embedded Professional Development: An Overview
- Adults Learning: What the Research Says
- Job-Embedded Professional Development in Action
- The Power of Peer Observations
- Best Practices in Peer Coaching
- Learning from Collaborative and Reflective Professional Development
- Authentic Action Research
- Studying Student Work and Assessments – Teachers as Change Agents
- Innovative Digital Learning Opportunities Support Professional Development
- Taking the Fast Track at Your Own Speed