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Adopting Continuing Personal and Professional Development to Improve Quality of Teaching (Personal Experience)

Eleyan, D and Eleyan, A (2014) Adopting Continuing Personal and Professional Development to Improve Quality of Teaching (Personal Experience). Arab Journal of Quality in Education, 1 (1). pp. 33-55. ISSN 2313-495X

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Abstract

Quality of teaching is an essential issue in developing a significant academic quality. Continuing personal and professional development is a procedure of improving teaching quality. It helps the teacher to spot weaknesses and overcome them by adopting and developing individual learning plan. This paper introduces the different teaching theories to follow in the teaching process and how these theories affect positively personal teaching experience. The paper also recommends the adoption of the process of continuing professional and developing program to create a new culture of personal development through accepting observations from line manager or colleagues to raise strengths and weaknesses of teaching and consequently improving the quality of teaching and then improve the academic quality

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