Teaching Development – Experience and Philosophy (Using the Three 6. Rs)
This article attempts to synthesize To create a whole or complete unit from parts or components. See synthesis. teachers' conceptions-of-teaching and integrate them into a structure for professional development. It presents one route by which a teacher might become more expert at the practice of teaching. Various conceptions-of-teaching theories are considered in the light of how they impact on the practice of teaching. How the conceptions influence and are linked with the progression from novice to expert as outlined by Drefus and Dreyfus in 1986 is discussed. The novice/ expert progression is overlaid with Haigh's three Rs methods for the promotion of professional development. Some methods for progression are suggested.
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Gossman, P. (2008) ‘Teaching Development – Experience and Philosophy (Using the Three 6. Rs)’, Teacher Education Quarterly, 35(2)
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Gossman, Peter, "Teaching Development – Experience and Philosophy (Using the Three 6. Rs)" (2008). Professional and Vocational Education Research Unit. Paper 7.