Communication Center  Conference  Projects Share  Reports from the Field Resources  Library  LSC Project Websites  NSF Program Notes
 How to Use this site    Contact us  LSC-Net: Local Systemic Change Network
Educational Reform & Policy

Systemic Reform

Math Reform

Science Reform

Technology Integration


International Focus and TIMSS


Assessment and Accountability

School Culture

Public Engagement

Professional Development

Teaching and Learning

LSC Papers and Reports



Designing Effective Professional Development: Lessons from the Eisenhower Program

author: U.S. Department of Education
description: This recent U.S. Department of Education publication discusses lessons learned from the Eisenhower Program, which "aims to support high-quality professional development to help teachers meet the demands of teaching to high standards." This publication examines the effectiveness of Eisenhower professional development programs based on six best practice features: reform type, duration, collective participation, content focus, active learning, and coherence.

URL link:
published in: ED Online, US Dept. of Ed.
published: 12/01/1999
posted to site: 11/12/1999