Whole Faculty Study Groups: A Better Method of Informing and Sustaining School Change
Publication Type:Web Article
Year of Publication:2001
In this 2001 article from NMSA's "Middle Ground" magazine, staff developer and former Alabama Teacher of the Year Anne Jolly reflected on her exploration of faculty study groups, beginning with the model developed by Carlene Murphy and evolving into a hybrid she calls "Professional Learning Teams." This repost of the article, "Improving Instruction Through Collaboration," includes additional resources and links to related works by Jolly, a TLN member who now leads educator quality work for SERVE, the southeastern regional education laboratory.
Jolly, A. (2001). Whole faculty study groups: A better method of informing and sustaining school change. Middle ground (Feb 2001). Retrieved from the Middleweb Listserv 15 Apr 2008. Link: http://www.middleweb.com/MWLresources/WFSgroups.html