Original article | Turkish Journal of Teacher Education 2020, Vol. 9(2) 134-146
pp. 134 - 146 | Manu. Number: MANU-2011-30-0001.R1
Published online: December 31, 2020 | Number of Views: 46 | Number of Download: 464
This paper is focused on effective professional development approaches provided to university teachers. The motivation behind this research is the lack of previous studies that examine the impact of coaching approaches on formal professional development training and the characteristics of effective professional development offered to university teachers. The study was guided by three research questions correlated to the characteristics of effective professional development sessions for university teachers, the impact of coaching approaches on the professional development, and teachers’ needs and requirements in professional development sessions.
Keywords: Effective Coaching, Higher Education, Professional Development, Teaching, Teacher Training
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