By Andrew Pollard, Kirstine Black-Hawkins, Gabrielle Cliff Hodges
Development on best-selling texts over 3 a long time, this completely revised re-creation is vital interpreting for either fundamental and secondary college lecturers in education and in perform, helping either preliminary school-based education and prolonged career-long professionalism. contemplating quite a lot of professionally suitable issues, Reflective educating in Schools provides key concerns and study insights, indicates 'Reflective Activities' for school room paintings and provides counsel on chosen 'Key Readings'.
Uniquely, degrees of aid are provided: . functional suggestion and accomplished, evidence-based assistance on key matters in lecture room perform - together with relationships, behaviour, curriculum making plans, studying and educating innovations, evaluation procedures and overview. . Routes to deeper sorts of services, introducing evidence-informed 'principles' and 'concepts' to help extra in-depth knowing of instructor services, as trialled with basic and secondary practitioners within the united kingdom and past. Andrew Pollard, former Director of the UK's educating and studying learn Programme, coordinated improvement and is accountable for the ultimate textual content, with the recommendation of basic and secondary experts from the collage of Cambridge."Reflective instructing in colleges "is a part of a collection assets.
It hyperlinks on to the spouse textual content, Readings for Reflective educating in Schools and to the web site, reflectiveteaching.co.uk. a completely built-in and complementary variety of assets is hence provided for either fundamental and secondary schools.Readings for Reflective educating in Schools, "offering extra help for reflective perform in faculties, at once enhances and extends the chapters during this booklet. it's been designed to supply handy entry to key texts. it truly is of specific aid as a compact and conveyable library in school-led instructor education.
The web site, reflectiveteaching.co.uk, bargains supplementary assets together with reflective actions, study briefings, recommendation on extra studying and extra chapters. It additionally encompasses a thesaurus of academic phrases, hyperlinks to valuable web pages, and a conceptual framework for deepening services. This booklet is without doubt one of the "Reflective educating Series" - inspiring schooling via innovation in early years, colleges, extra, larger and grownup education."
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59) 4 Taking stock of learning (p. 1 Key factors in learning (p. 2 Metaphors of learning (p. 3 Applying learning beyond school (p. 63) Conclusion (p. 64) 34 Part 1 Becoming a reflective professional Introduction Learning can be considered as the process by which people acquire, understand, apply and extend knowledge, concepts, skills and attitudes. Children and young people also discover their feelings towards themselves, towards each other and towards learning itself. Learning is thus a combination of cognitive, social and affective elements.
2006) Learning Teaching from Teachers – Realizing the Potential of School-Based Teacher Education. Maidenhead: Open University Press. There are many interesting books on children’s culture, friendships and perspectives in primary and secondary schools. Devine promotes primary pupils ‘speaking for themselves’, whilst Rudduck and McIntyre summarise extensive cross-sectoral work on ‘pupil consultation’: Devine, D. (2003) Children, Power and Schooling. The Social Structuring of Childhood in the Primary School.
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