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Features of Professional Development associated with positive educator and student outcomesAuthor(s): Dunst, C. J.; Bruder, M. B.; Hamby, D. W. (2015)
This research snapshot was developed by the E-BEST team of Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board: http://www.hwdsb.on.ca/e-best/

Professional development activities are vital to enhance skills
and prepare educators for the demands of their profession. The purpose of this metasynthesis was to discover and define which features of professional development in‐services produce
positive educator and student outcomes.

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Professional Development and Technology Use in the ClassroomAuthor(s): Suzanne Riverin
The investigation determined how an online community of practice can be developed to support the exchange of professional knowledge through involvement in The Education Network of Ontario/Réseau éducatif de l’Ontario and the effect this involvement had on classroom practice.

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Supporting Teachers to Work with Children with ExceptionalitiesAuthor(s): Isabel Killoran; Anne Jordan
The study had two purposes. The College of Teachers wanted to explore further revisions to the Three-Part Schedule D AQ courses in Special Education. The researchers wanted to determine how a virtual network could support the implementation of the revised AQ guidelines and build capacity for teachers working with children with exceptionalities. The findings point to how a network could be designed to support the implementation of revised AQ course guidelines and build teacher capacity.

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