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Teachers and teaching : from classroom to reflection

Author: Tom Russell; Hugh Munby
Publisher: London ; New York : Falmer Press, 1992.
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The twelve chapters in this book, each written by a prominent education researcher, represent recent developments in teacher education in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. The collection develops important new meanings for 'reflection' in the context of teaching and teacher education, and special attention is given to 'reflection-into-action' as developed in the work of Donald Schon. Other areas dealt with include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Russell; Hugh Munby
ISBN: 0750700203 9780750700207 0750700211 9780750700214
OCLC Number: 25047875
Description: vii, 219 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: I. Setting the stage. Frames of reflection : an introduction / Hugh Munby and Tom Russell ; The significance of teachers' frames for teaching / Douglas Barnes --
II. Reflection in teaching. Collaborative reflection, systematic enquiry, better teaching / John R. Baird ; A cognitive analysis of patterns in science instruction by expert and novice teachers / Hilda Borko, Mary Louise Bellamy and Linda Sanders --
III. Reflection in cases of teaching. Philosophical, subject matter and classroom understandings : a case of history teaching / Brent Kilbourn ; Transforming chemistry research into chemistry teaching : the complexities of adopting new frames for experience / Hugh Munby and Tom Russell ; Creating cases for the development of teacher knowledge / Kathy Carter --
IV. Narrative in reflection. Narrative and story in teacher education / D. Jean Clandinin ; Teaching for reflection : being reflective / Antoinette A Oberg and Sibylle Artz --
V. Reflection in the context of teacher education. Practitioner research and programs of initial teacher education / Jean Rudduck ; The content of student teachers' reflections within different structures for facilitating the reflective process / Anna E. Richert ; The roles of reflective practice and foundational disciplines in teacher education / Allan MacKinnon and Gaalen Erickson.
Responsibility: edited by Tom Russell and Hugh Munby.

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The twelve chapters in this book, each written by a prominent education researcher, represent recent developments in teacher education in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. The collection develops important new meanings for 'reflection' in the context of teaching and teacher education, and special attention is given to 'reflection-into-action' as developed in the work of Donald Schon. Other areas dealt with include case studies, narrative and action research. Each contributor has extensive experience of teacher education that strives to empower individual teachers to take charge of their own professional development.

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