Professional Learning through Professional Learning Communities, Mentorship, and Shared Leadership
Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
This Policy Advocacy paper focuses on expanding the District ABC Staff Development policy to include Drago-Severson’s (2009) pillars of adult learning. Research indicates the inclusion of a mentorship program, professional learning communities, and teacher leadership opportunities, will increase teacher collaboration, engagement, and professional capacities. There are significant educational, economic, political, social, legal and moral implications associated with the proposed staff development policy. Additionally, the staff development policy requires careful planning, implementation, and assessment, as will be addressed in this Policy Advocacy paper.
Juracka, Stephen, "Professional Learning through Professional Learning Communities, Mentorship, and Shared Leadership" (2018). Dissertations. 327.
Educational Leadership Commons, Other Teacher Education and Professional Development Commons