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Professional Development: Attendees Perceptions from Previous PD Opportunities/Preferences for Follow-up Activities
  • Jeff Knox,
  • David Krupke
Jeff Knox
St. Ambrose University

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David Krupke

Corresponding Author:[email protected]

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The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions attendees have of Professional Development meetings. In addition, attendees were asked to state their preferences for PD follow-up. Data were analyzed in terms of attendee assignment, and career stage (based on Huberman, 1989).
Results indicated that both assignment and career stage were not significantly related to perception. Follow-up preferences were varied, indicating individual needs.
This information is important for PD providers, who must be kept accountable to attendees for relevant information.