Improving Teacher Education Practice Through Self-study

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Routledge, Nov 23, 2004 - Education - 272 pages
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Self-study in teacher education is a growing field and a natural progression from the concept of reflective practice for pre-service teachers. This book is designed to introduce teacher educators to the theory and practice of self-study, in order to explore, understand and improve their teaching about teaching.
With studies from an international range of contributors, this book illustrates a variety of approaches to self-study. It describes the issues that teacher educators have chosen to study, how they carried out their research and what the learning outcomes were. Throughout, the emphasis is on placing teacher educators' knowledge and practice at the centre of their academic work.
This book will be of interest to all teacher educators wishing to improve their knowledge and practice.
 

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Contents

Small tales and working for social justice
Introduction
PART II
Developing an understanding of learning to teach in teacher
Selfstudy in valuing the individual student
What I learned about being a classroom
Professional
Can selfstudy challenge the belief that telling showing
Reflections of a secret
The power
14What gets mythed in the student evaluationsof their teacher
Advocacy for
Conclusion
Understanding selfstudy of teacher education practices
JOHNLOUGHRAN Name index
Copyright

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