Overall, the triangulation of the data reveals that there are inconsistencies between explicit statements in the data and the actualities that occur in the district. First and foremost is the qillusion of teacher training.q Secondly, the triangulation of the data reveals inequities within the power relations and lack of consistent collaboration between the administrators and the teachers.General teachers tend to go to them as resources for specific students.a Thus a central part of ESL staff development is the mainstream teachera#39;s ability to seek out the ESL teacher and form collaborations on his or her own. In addition, this is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Historical Case Analysis of ESL Staff Development for Mainstream Content Area Teachers in a Pennsylvania School District|
|Author||:||Holly Sue Hudspath-Niemi|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|