Professional Learning, Induction and Critical Reflection: Building Workforce Capacity in Education offers a rethinking of professional induction within the discipline of education. This book argues for a pedagogy of induction to begin the process of engaging with the profession at the outset of university study rather than at the end. Whilst situated in education, the process of a pedagogy of induction is one that can be applied in other contexts. The book challenges highly technicist and one-size-fits-all approaches to teaching and becoming a teacher. Instead, it presents evidence for helping university students (or pre-service teachers) to feel as though they are part of the teaching profession from the beginning of their study and to understand that teaching involves multiple perspectives. The book provides a framework for traversing the nexus between theory and practice. It draws on case studies that show how a strengths-based approach to professional induction challenges deficit views and builds collective agency. The book focuses on the interrelationships of personal and professional identity development in building workforce capacity.... Enquiry into the Asian Growth Model Jan Pakulski and Bruce Tranter: The Decline of Political Leadership in Australia? ... Changina#39;: The Effect of Institutional Change on Cooperative Behaviour at 26, 000 ft over Sixty Years Mike Finn (editor ):anbsp;...
|Title||:||Professional Learning, Induction and Critical Reflection|
|Author||:||Robyn Henderson, Karen Noble|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-03-20|