Framing the Professional Development of Members of the Science Teacher Education Community

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Johnston, A., Settlage, J. Framing the Professional Development of Members of the Science Teacher Education Community. J Sci Teacher Educ 19, 513–521 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10972-008-9112-9

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Keywords

  • Professional Development
  • Science Teacher
  • Science Teacher Educator
  • Professional Development Opportunity
  • Professional Development Initiative