First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Part 1 Introduction: the context of in-service education and training, R.G. Burgess; styles and strategies of evaluating INSET, M. Newton. Part 2 Staff roles and in-service education and training: a staff development group at work, J. Connor; being an INSET co-ordinator, S. Galloway; the teacher as trainer, M. Morrison. Part 3 Processes of in-service education and training: identifying INSET needs, S. Galloway; in-service training and disruption on secondary schools, J. Connor; professional development days, M. Morrison; continuity and progression - the case of cross0phase INSET, S. Galloway; epilogue - does in-service education have an effect on classroom practice?, R.G. Burgess and S. Galloway.
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