Udvikling af netværk til støtte for naturfagslæreres arbejde

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferenceartikel i proceeding


In educational research literature constructing networks among practitioners has been suggested as a strategy to support teachers’ professional development (Huberman, 1995; Jackson & Temperley, 2007; Van Driel, Beijaard, & Verloop, 2001). The purpose of this paper is to report on a study about how networks provide opportunities for teachers from different schools to collaborate on improving the quality of their own science teaching practices. These networks exist at the meso-level of the educational system between the micro-realities of teachers’ individual practice and the macro-level, where educational policies and intentions in the educational system are formulated (Lieberman, 2000).
The context in which these networks were studied was a development project co-funded by the Danish Ministry of Education and four municipalities. A total of 81 teachers from 20 schools participated. The aims were to develop collaborative activities in primary science teacher communities in schools to improve individual teachers practice and in networks between teachers from different schools in each municipality. Each network was organized and moderated by a municipal science coordinator.
Bidragets oversatte titelUdvikling af netværk til støtte for naturfagslæreres arbejde
TitelEBOOK PROCEEDINGS of THE ESERA 2011 CONFERENCE : Part 13: In-service science teacher education
RedaktørerCatherine Bruguiere, Andree Tiberghien, Pierre Clement
Antal sider5
Publikationsdato21 mar. 2012
StatusUdgivet - 21 mar. 2012
BegivenhedThe ESERA 2011 Conference - Science, learning and citizenship - Lyon, Frankrig
Varighed: 5 sep. 201111 sep. 2011


KonferenceThe ESERA 2011 Conference - Science, learning and citizenship


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