The Journal of Professional Capital and Community is a key component in demonstrating the impact of interactions and relationships in the education profession, especially in the school sector and we are honoured to be publishing this vital research.
As an organization which prides itself on publishing research with impact, we are delighted that JPCC truly encapsulates this ethos. Our commitment to JPCC reflects this shared vision that investing in research on the professional capital of the teaching profession will in turn facilitate a significant contribution to society.
Through the development of the journal, we will play a key role in helping to curate, promote and disseminate research on this topic, on an international scale.
JPCC has the potential to offer real change to how professional capital and professional community is perceived and rewarded in educational institutions across the globe. With our international reach, and with support from Boston College and Andy Hargreaves (Editor-in-Chief), we are committed to helping JPCC achieve its goal.
JPCC: celebrating 5 years
This year the Journal of Professional Capital and Community celebrates 5 years of publishing the most important evidence on the nature and impact of interactions and relationships in the education profession. We've collected together some of our favourite articles from the past 5 years and made them free for you to read and to share with your networks until April 30, 2019.
Cartoon: Teacher Professional Learning
Dr Deborah Netolicky explores how professional learning can transform teachers and school leaders in Issue 4. Take a look at our cartoon abstract of her article here…
What makes an inspiring teacher?
It's an increasingly used but rarely defined term. Take a look at our infographic based on Pamela Sammons, Ariel Mariah Lindorff, Lorena Ortega and Alison Kington's study from
JPCC at AERA16
Publisher Sharon Parkinson and Content Editor Sophie Barr recently attended the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference in Washington DC, where JPCC held its second annual Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) meeting.
Who was your best teacher?
For many of us, there was one teacher who made a real difference or changed the way in which we viewed the world.
We're inviting everyone to share their #MyBestTeacher story with us.
Issue 1 launch at ICSEI16, Glasgow
We were proud sponsors of the 29th International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) conference which took take place in Glasgow from 6-9 January 2016. With our Editor-in-Chief Andy Hargreaves as the incoming President of ICSIE, this was a fantastic opportunity for us to celebrate the launch of the very first issue of JPCC.
Uplifting your performance, your people and yourself: Andy Hargreaves at TEDxUnisinos 2013
Andy has long been championing the value of professional capital around the globe. In 2013, Andy presented this talk on uplifting performance through professional capital in Brazil; a speech which encapsulates many of the values which form the Journal of Professional Capital and Community.
AERA's theme of 2016, by President Jeannie Oakes
Jeannie, one of the editorial board members of JPCC and president of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), describes the 2016 theme of public scholarship.
GERM that kills schools: Pasi Sahlberg at TEDxEast
Editorial board member Pasi Sahlberg discusses the surprise of Finland being named none of the best countries in the world for it’s education program, a programme which focuses on teaching professionalism and a competitive-free environment.