Transformative Teacher Networks, On-Line Professional Development, and the Write for Your Life Project
English Education Volume 35, Number 4, ISSN 0007-8204
Analyzes the on-line teacher network, Write for Your Life (WFYL), that sought to facilitate transformative experiences for its K-12/university participants that would result in changed practices across the network, and in increased learning for the students of those practitioners. Analyzes the dialogic "web" the teachers spun across five years. Argues that teachers and teacher educators who participated in WFYL created an on-line "transformative teacher network." (SG)
Swenson, J. (2003). Transformative Teacher Networks, On-Line Professional Development, and the Write for Your Life Project. English Education, 35(4), 262-321.
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