Issues and Practices in Inquiry-oriented Teacher Education
B. Robert Tabachnick, Kenneth M. Zeichner
Falmer, 1991 - Education - 286 pages
Written by teacher trainers, this book explores the nature of reflective teaching, using as examples a variety of practices employed in training programmes. It explores the different intellectual traditions and political assumptions involved with pedagogical practice in this field.
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Reflections on Reflective Teaching
Educative Communities and the Development of the Reflective
Using a Methods Course to Promote Reflection and Inquiry
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