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STUBBS, Harriett S.. The development of a constructivist socio cultural model of professional development from 1970s to 2011. Educ. rev. [online]. 2011, n.40, pp.107-123. ISSN 0104-4060.

SCI-LINK: A Model of Professional Development, had its earliest beginnings in the mid-1970s. A brief overview of this constructivist, sociocultural model is described, as referenced through many papers written as the model 'expanded' over time and incorporated other programs. SCI-LINK is a fluid model. Certain of its various projects and component parts have been addressed in publications spanning 1978 to the present. These components have focused on information requested by teachers about new environmental topics such as acid rain, air quality, water quality, harmful algal blooms, mosquito borne diseases, urbanization; on new technology applications such as geographic information systems (GIS), the Internet, use of computers in classrooms; or on personal development such as What is a leader? What exemplifies a good teacher? How can I take charge of my own growth and development? The SCI-LINK model is 'based on a conceptualization of professional development as the empowerment of individuals through a process in which they are given the tools and the opportunity to construct their own knowledge and meaning in a supportive social context." (HOWE; STUBBS, 19981, p.179).

Palavras-chave : professional development; teacher continuing education; science education.

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