CPD: primary-secondary transition: an introduction to the issues

Brian Boyd

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    Abstract

    The Continuing Professional Development series sets out to demystify professional development in education, and does so from a Scottish perspective. All books in the series approach their subject in an accessible manner that allows the reader to perceive how continuing professional development can enhance job satisfaction - as well as making a real difference to the most important client group of all: the pupils and students in our care.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationPaisley, United Kingdom
    Number of pages167
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

    Publication series

    NameContinuing professional development in education
    PublisherHodder Gibson

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    job satisfaction
    pupil
    education
    Group
    student

    Keywords

    • education
    • secondary education
    • primary education
    • continuing professional development

    Cite this

    Boyd, B. (2005). CPD: primary-secondary transition: an introduction to the issues. (Continuing professional development in education). Paisley, United Kingdom.
    Boyd, Brian. / CPD: primary-secondary transition: an introduction to the issues. Paisley, United Kingdom, 2005. 167 p. (Continuing professional development in education).
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