Profesjonalna społeczność ucząca się jako kontekst rozwoju zawodowego nauczycieli

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Galit Magrafta

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The article presents the importance of the professional learning community in the school framework. It discusses the creation of a learning community, its characteristics, advantages, and the challenges in the leadership and establishment of a professional learning community. In addition, the article presents the importance of the introduction of a learning community into educational frameworks and provides a solution to the resources that pertain to the time or systemic flexibility.This article highlights the importance of collaborations, peer learning, and a productive discourse among teacher colleague

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Magrafta , G. (1). Profesjonalna społeczność ucząca się jako kontekst rozwoju zawodowego nauczycieli. Studia Edukacyjne, (44), 417-426. https://doi.org/10.14746/se.2017.44.26
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