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Gifts, Talents and Education : a Living Theory Approach.

Author: Barry Hymer; Jack Whitehead; Marie Huxtable
Publisher: Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 2008.
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This book explains, with examples, how teachers can research their classrooms with their pupils to enhance the gifts and talents they bring into their own learning and education. The examples show how the stories of their own learning about their gifts and talents, by teachers researching with pupils, can transform how education is understood in schools. The key to this transformation in understanding are recent  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Hymer; Jack Whitehead; Marie Huxtable
ISBN: 9780470715680 0470715685
OCLC Number: 437234443
Description: 1 online resource (196 pages)
Contents: Gifts, Talents and Education a Living Theory Approach; CONTENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1: WHAT'S IMPLICIT IN 20TH CENTURY NOTIONS OF GIFTEDNESS? WHY ARE THESE NOTIONS UNFIT FOR PURPOSE IN THE 21ST CENTURY?; CHAPTER 2: BEYOND DEFINITIONS AND IDENTIFICATION --
A GENERATIVE-TRANSFORMATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR GIFT CREATION; CHAPTER 3: GIFTEDNESS AS A LIVING CONCEPT: WHAT IS A LIVING THEORY APPROACH TO ACTION RESEARCH AND HOW CAN IT CONTRIBUTE TO GIFT CREATION THROUGH STUDENT-LED ENQUIRY? CHAPTER 4: BEYOND IDENTIFICATION --
THE TEACHER'S ROLE IN CREATING GIFTS: TEACHERS AND STUDENTS AS COMMITTED CO-ENQUIRERS, RESEARCHING THEIR OWN LIVESCHAPTER 5: 'I CONSIDER IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE PRACTICE': HOW CAN I CONTINUE TO INFLUENCE MY OWN LEARNING, THE LEARNING OF OTHERS, AND THE SCHOOLS AND LEARNING COMMUNITIES OF WHICH I AM PART?; APPENDIX: HOW HAVE I IMPROVED MY WAY TO PROFESSIONALISM IN EDUCATION? 1967-2007; REFERENCES; INDEX.

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This book explains, with examples, how teachers can research their classrooms with their pupils to enhance the gifts and talents they bring into their own learning and education. The examples show how the stories of their own learning about their gifts and talents, by teachers researching with pupils, can transform how education is understood in schools. The key to this transformation in understanding are recent developments in multi-media representations of social and emotional aspects of learning. These representations permit the multi-sensorial gifts and talents of individual learners to be.

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