Quality In Teaching: Arguments For A Reflective Profession

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Wilfred Carr
Routledge, Aug 17, 2005 - Education - 234 pages
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offering a critique of the current educational rhetoric and by providing arguments for reviving the moral and social dimensions of teaching, this book aims to offer teachers and teacher educators the means to advance The Notion Of "Teaching Quality".
 

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Contents

Understanding Quality in Teaching
1
The Philosophical and Social Context of Teaching
11
Teaching and the Idea of a Social Practice
21
The Corporate and
35
Bureaucratic Rationality and the Promise of Democratic
55
Beyond Professionalism
79
Professional Knowledge and the Beginning Teacher
101
Practical Professionalism
115
Accountability and Teacher Professionalism
135
The Possibilities of Research
147
The Practical Ethic Takes Priority over Methodology
173
Teacher Appraisal and the Development of Professional
183
Knowledge Power and Teacher Appraisal
201
Notes on Contributors
220
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