Journal of Professional Capital and Community: Volume 2 Issue 1


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The school as a learning organisation: a review revisiting and extending a timely concept

Louise Stoll, Marco Kools

Schools today have to prepare students for life and work in a fast-changing world, for jobs and for using technologies some of which have not yet been created. But the…


Autonomy, professionalism, and the role of generation in professional capital

Corrie Stone-Johnson

The purpose of this paper is to describe how teachers’ generational interpretative frameworks influence their career experiences and to demonstrate how these generational…

Building professional capital within a 21st century learning framework

Wanda Tong, Agnes Razniak

The purpose of this paper is to analyze current literature on building professional capital, interpreted through the lens of Alberta educators. Through reflections on…

Changing demographics, changing practices: teacher learning in new immigrant destinations

Rebecca Lowenhaupt, Todd D. Reeves

Changing immigration patterns in the USA have led to a growing number of “new immigrant destinations.” In these contexts, opportunities for teacher learning are crucial…

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