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Conceptualisations/discourses/perceptions of continuing professional development

Brisard, E. (2002) National visions of initial teacher education? The conceptualisation of the initial preparation of secondary teachers in England , France and Scotland . Scottish Educational Review , 34 (1), 51-60.

Boyle, W., White D. and Boyle T. ( 2004) A longitudinal study of teacher change: what makes professional development effective? The Curriculum Journal, 15 (1), 45-68.

Flecknoe, M. (2002) Measuring the impact of teacher professional development: can it be done? European Journal of Teacher Education , 25 (2), 119-134.

Livingston, K., and Roberston, J. (2001) The coherent system and the empowered individual: continuing professional development for teachers in Scotland . European Journal of Teacher Education , 24 (2), 183-194.

Friedman, A. and Phillips M. (2004) Continuing professional development: developing a vision Journal of Education and Work , 17 (3), 361376

Burns, C. (2005) Tensions between National, School and Teacher Development Needs: a survey of teachers' views about continuing professional development within a group of rural primary schools Journal of In-Service Education, 31 (2), 353372

Edwards, R. and Nicoll K. (2006) Expertise, competence and reflection in the rhetoric of professional development British Educational Research Journal, 32 (1), 115- 31

Kennedy, A. (2005) Models of Continuing Professional Development: a framework for analysis Journal of In-Service Education, Volume 31, Issue 2, pages 235 - 250

Powell, E.,  Terrell I.,  Furey S. and Scott-Evans A. (2003) Teachers' perceptions of the impact of CPD: an institutional case study ed Journal of In-Service Education, 29 (3), 389-404

Robson, S. (2006) Supporting children's thinking in the foundation stage: practitioners' views on the role of initial training and continuing professional development Journal of In-Service Education, 32 (3), 341-357 [Foundation Stage]

Sugrue, C. (2002) Irish teachers' experiences of professional learning: implications for policy and practice Journal of In-Service Education, 28 (2), 311-338

Thornton , M., Bricheno P. and Reid I. Students' reasons for wanting to teach in primary school Research in Education , 67, May 2002, 33-43

Evans, L. (2002) What is Teacher Development? Oxford Review of Education , 28 (1), 123-138.

Hodkinson, H. and Hodkinson P. (2005) Improving schoolteachers' workplace learning Research Papers in Education, 20 (2),109-131

Pedder, D.,  James M. and MacBeath J. (2005) How teachers value and practise professional learning Research Papers in Education, 20 (3), 209243

Purdon, A. (2001) New teachers ' perspectives on continuing professional development: accountability or professional growth? Scottish Educational Review , 33 (2), 110-122.

Knight, P. (2002) A systemic approach to professional development: learning as practice. Teaching and Teacher Education , 18 (3), 229-241.

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