Teacher Professional Development and The Seven 21st Century Survival Skills: A Program Evaluation
Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dale Moxley, Ed.D.
Tamara K. Cornwell, Ed.D.
Susan Moxley, Ed.D.
This evaluation examined the extent to which one 6-12 school in an urban school district used professional development to support teachers’ inclusion of 21st century survival skills (Wagner et al., 2008) in classroom instruction. Through collecting quantitative and qualitative data from stakeholders using surveys and interviews, this study revealed how effectively teachers are or are not being instructed to teach the post-graduate survival skills necessary for student success. This study included commentary on the needed changes in leadership determined by the evaluation of the program. Outcomes of this study outline an essential new program and a change in policy that is needed to support student success in every area of post-high school life.
Sloan, Nykowanna, "Teacher Professional Development and The Seven 21st Century Survival Skills: A Program Evaluation" (2019). Dissertations. 400.
Adult and Continuing Education Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching Commons, Other Teacher Education and Professional Development Commons, Secondary Education Commons, Secondary Education and Teaching Commons