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Hilda Borko




Hilda Borko is the Charles E.  Ducommun Professor of Education in the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Dr. Borko’s research explores teacher cognition and instructional practices, the process of learning to teach, the impact of teacher professional development programs on teachers and students, and educational Research-Practice Partnerships.  Her current projects include partnerships with local school districts to improve teaching and professional development in mathematics and science, with a focus on ensuring robust learning opportunities for all students. She is also leading an international study of mathematics teacher collaboration for the International Commission on Mathematics Instruction. Her publications include articles in Journal of Mathematical Behavior, ZDM Mathematics Education, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Educational Researcher, American Educational Research Journal and other journals and edited volumes. 

CSET Publications

Fishman, Evan J., Borko, H., Osborne J., Gomez Zaccarelli, F., Rafanelli, S., Reigh, E., Tseng A., Million, S., Berson, E. (2017).  A Practice-Based Professional Development Program to Support Scientific Argumentation From Evidence in the Elementary Classroom.  Journal of Science Teacher Education. doi: 10.1080/1046560X.2017.1302727

Borko, H. (2012). Designing scalable and sustainable professional development: The Problem-Solving Cycle and teacher leader preparation. In M. Glaser-Zikuda, T. Seidel, C. Rohlfs, A. Groschner, & S. Ziegelbauer (Eds.) Mixed methods in empirical educational research (pp. 259-271). Munster: Waxmann.

Borko, H., Carlson, J., Mangram, C., Anderson, R., Fong, A., Million, S., Mozenter, S., Villa, A.M. (2017). The role of video-based discussion in a model for preparing professional development leaders. International Journal of STEM Education, 4:29. doi: 10.1186/s40594-017-0090-3

Adler, J., Yang, Y., Borko, H., Krainer, K., Patahuddin, S. (2017).  Topic Study Group No. 50: In-Service Education, and Professional Development of Secondary Mathematics Teachers. 609-612. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-62597-3_77.

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