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Networks as Learning Communities: Shaping the Future of Teacher Development

Journal of Teacher Education Volume 51, Number 3, ISSN 0022-4871


Educational reform networks are well-suited to utilizing new technology and institutional arrangements. They are flexible and innovative and can create collaborative environments and develop agendas that grow and change with their participants. Teacher educators participating in these learning networks help recreate the meaning of scholarship itself. The National Writing Project and Carnegie Academy are examples of successful networks. (SM)


Lieberman, A. (2000). Networks as Learning Communities: Shaping the Future of Teacher Development. Journal of Teacher Education, 51(3), 221. Retrieved October 25, 2020 from .

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