This is a two-part assignment.
Complete both parts. Part 1: Article Review Select an article of your choice addressing effective teacher professional development, or write a summary of the following article: Darling-
Hammond, L., Hyler, M. E., & Gardner, M. (2017). Effective teacher professional development. Retrieved from https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/sites/default/files/productfiles/Effective_Teacher_Professional_Development_BRIEF.pdf
Clearly identify the article used in a reference page using APA format. Your paper should be a minimum of two pages not including the title page and reference page.
Write the review to show an understanding of the article’s contents. Include the following and whatever else you find appropriate. Use headings to organize your paper for clarity. Address the following points:
- an introduction to the article’s purpose,
- the authors’ main point, the authors’ intended audience,
- a summary of the article (use paragraphs),
- your opinion on what else may need to be considered regarding effective ways to meet professional development needs that is not contained within the article chosen,
- and a conclusion paragraph to the article review.
Part 2: Personal Reflection and Response Continue within the same document; label this section with a heading of Part 2.
Reflect on your personal performance development. What holds potential to strengthen your teaching skills to maximize student performance? Consider the following:
- How can you personally advance your effectiveness as a teacher or future teacher? How can what you learned from the article in part 1 be applied to your own growth? What other area(s) would you want to pursue in professional development to grow personally?
- How would your chosen areas enhance student achievement? How can you develop your personal influence in the use of data and collaboration in your school?
Your response to Part 2 should be a minimum of one page in length. Submit both parts 1 and 2 as a single document. Your combined paper should be at least three pages in length. The title page and reference page do not count towards the minimum page length.