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Title: Teacher Professionalism in Scotland Post-Devolution
Authors: Fox, Alison
Contact Email: alison.fox@stir.ac.uk
Editors: Reeves, Jenny
Fox, Alison
Citation: Fox A (2008) Teacher Professionalism in Scotland Post-Devolution. In: Reeves Jenny, Fox Alison (ed.). Practice Based Learning: Developing Excellence in Teaching. Policy & Practice in Education, No. 24, 24, Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press Ltd, pp. 1-12.
Keywords: professional enquiry
professional development
collaborative practice
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Publisher: Dunedin Academic Press Ltd
Series/Report no.: Policy & Practice in Education, No. 24, 24
Abstract: First paragraph: This book is written to support teachers who are interested in learning how to develop their practice through taking action in their classrooms. As a group of practitioners working in schools and higher education we hope it will be particularly helpful to those who would like to know more about what it means to learn through engaging in research-led teaching. Each chapter draws on the experience of participants in a professional enquiry programme in Scotland where successful completion on the part of experienced teachers leads to the achievement of Chartered Teacher status.
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Type: Part of book or chapter of book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/1640
URL: http://www.dunedinacademicpress.co.uk/search/category/Education_Theory_and_Policy
Affiliation: Initial Teacher Education

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