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Supporting Teacher Development on the Web

  • Phil Quirke
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Part of the Communicating in Professions and Organizations book series (PSPOD)

Abstract

This chapter explores how the worldwide web can be used to support teachers involved in developing professionally through further study at Masters level. The study upon which the chapter is based was a two-year qualitative research project, which examined how teachers interacted with a website, http://www.philseflsupport.com,set up to support their studies.

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