Growing Up Teaching : From Personal Knowledge to Professional Practice

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Growing Up Teaching : From Personal Knowledge to Professional Practice

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 276 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780807742709
  • DDC分類 370.711

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Focusing on personal knowledge and how it influences teacher development, this book follows one teacher, "Kay," from her years of teacher preparation through her time as a seasoned veteran. What emerges from this intense 10-year study is a more complete picture of teacher development that will help us to better prepare and support our pre- and inservice teachers. This book offers a holistic view of learning to teach that challenges traditional boundaries and provides insight into many important issues, such as the link between theory and practice, teacher retention, and how to get teachers to change timeworn pedagogical practices.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Promise and Possibility 1 (16)
The Promise 1 (2)
Teacher Development as Socialization 3 (4)
Reflective Teacher Preparation 7 (4)
The Possibility 11 (4)
Conclusion 15 (2)
The Social Construction of Personal Knowledge 17 (15)
Kay's Personal Knowledge 17 (3)
Obstructions or Opportunities? 20 (2)
Cross-Cultural Early Recollections of School 22 (3)
Comparing Themes in Positive Recollections 25 (5)
Conclusion 30 (2)
Exploring Negative Personal Knowledge 32 (13)
Kay's Early Negative Recollection 32 (2)
Agency in Early Negative Recollections of 34 (2)
School
Comparing Themes in Negative Recollections 36 (6)
Conclusion 42 (3)
The Persistence of Personal Knowledge 45 (17)
The Conditions for Reconstruction of 45 (3)
Knowledge
Separation of Theoretical and Practical 48 (4)
Knowledge
Social Control of Classrooms and Children 52 (5)
Significance of Kay's Personal Knowledge 57 (3)
Conclusion 60 (2)
A Professional Community 62 (22)
The PDS Partnership 62 (4)
Who Owns What Knowledge? 66 (5)
Owning Her Own Knowledge 71 (5)
The Internship 76 (4)
``Growing Up'' PDS 80 (2)
Conclusion 82 (2)
Revisiting the Barriers to Teaching 84 (17)
Kay in Action 84 (8)
Past the Preconceptions Hurdle 92 (6)
Conclusion 98 (3)
A Constant and Consistent Dialectic 101(18)
Past the Theory-Practice Barrier 101(6)
Getting Past the Control Barrier 107(7)
Making Reflection Compatible with School 114(4)
Life
Conclusion 118(1)
Learning to Teach: A Continuous Reconstruction 119(15)
Angela---In and Out of the Classroom 120(4)
Luisa---Finding the Right School 124(4)
Comparing Influences on Teacher Development 128(5)
Conclusion 133(1)
To Dwell in Possibility 134(5)
Possibilities for Kay 134(1)
Possibilities for Teacher Education 135(1)
Possibilities for Schools 136(1)
Possibilities for the Future 137(2)
References 139(4)
Index 143(5)
About the Author 148