Exploring Our Own Practice
- Janet Soler - The Open University
- Anna Craft - The Open University
- Hilary Burgess - The Open University
Continuing Professional Development | Politics of Education | Teaching in Primary Schools
Issues explored in the book include: changing approaches to: curriculum selection; school organization and; curriculum planning.
These are situated and considered in the personal contexts of primary teachers' continuing professional development. Themes explored include: analysis of critical incidents as a strategy for developingreflective practice; issues embedded in individual versus collaborative approaches to
using reflective practice in professional development; the teacher as researcher.
This innovative book draws together issues concerning the way primary teachers develop professional knowledge and the influence this has upon their practice in schools. At the same time it encourages teachers to apply their reading to their own personal context and research an aspect of their own practice. It includes both some of the most recent research alongside classic articles, drawing on the work of some of the most renowned figures in primary education.
very informative text for developing critical reflective practice
Unfortunately other books in the college library covered this already! A very good book however, and may include reference to it in the future.
a most have book for development as a teacher. very up-to-date for reflective practice and developing into the 21st century. offers a variety of methods to change your approach to the curriculum, the organisation and with planning a curriculum. essentail guide to bring your practice in line with the 21st century.