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Teachers Learning in Community: Realities and Possibilities


reviewed by James Farrel Kilbane — August 10, 2010

coverTitle: Teachers Learning in Community: Realities and Possibilities
Author(s): Betty Lou Whitford and Diane R. Wood (eds.)
Publisher: State University of New York Press, Albany
ISBN: 1438430604, Pages: 190, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 10, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16102, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 4:08:03 AM

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  • James Kilbane
    Pace University
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    JIM KILBANE is an Assistant Professor at Pace University in its School of Education. His interests include the intersection of professional development and school reform, particularly collaborative inquiry, and student inquiry in the classroom. He currently works with science educators in an alternative certification program, as well as providing professional development in inquiry in the classroom with a small network of New York Schools affiliated with Pace. He is the faculty liaison with Pace High School, a professional development school partner with the university. He recently published “Factors in Sustaining Professional Learning Communities” in the National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin.
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