Journal of Professional Capital and Community: Volume 1 Issue 2


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Inspiring teaching: learning from exemplary practitioners

Pamela Sammons, Ariel Mariah Lindorff, Lorena Ortega, Alison Kington

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the concept of ' inspiring teaching' based on case studies of exemplary practitioners in England to inform professional…


Organizational problem solving around digital distraction

Vincent Cho

As digital devices (e.g., laptops, tablets) have become increasingly ubiquitous, so too has students’ potential for digital distraction. It is yet unknown how teachers and…


Developing professional capital in teaching through initial teacher education: comparing strategies in Alberta Canada and the U.S.

Kenneth Zeichner, Jesslyn Hollar

The purpose of this paper is to contrast the approaches to improving teacher quality through initial teacher education (ITE) in the Canadian province of Alberta, a…


Collaboration as a strategy for promoting equity in education: possibilities and barriers

Mel Ainscow

This paper draws on the findings of a program of research, which, over many years, has explored ways of promoting greater equity in schools and education systems. Using…

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