Stoll Louise, Bolam Ray & McMahon Agnes et al. (2006). Â« Professional learning communities : A review of the literature Â». Journal of Educational Change, vol. 7, nÂ° 4, p. 221â€“258. En ligne : <http://link.springer.co ... .1007/s10833-006-0001-8>.
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|Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Stoll2006
Subcategories: formation continue des enseignants
Keywords: communautÃ© de pratique, enseignant
Creators: Bolam, McMahon, Stoll, Thomas, Wallace
Collection: Journal of Educational Change
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"international evidence suggests that educational reformâ€™s progress depends on teachersâ€™ individual and collective capacity and its link with school-wide capacity for promoting pupilsâ€™ learning. Building capacity is therefore critical. Capacity is a complex blend of motivation, skill, positive learning,organisational conditions and culture, and infrastructure of support. Put together, it gives individuals, groups, whole school communities and school systems thepower to get involved in and sustain learning over time. Developing professional learning communities appears to hold considerable promise for capacity buildingfor sustainable improvement. As such, it has become a â€˜hot topicâ€™ in many countries"
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