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Laddas ned direkt. In particular, it shows how transformations of educational practice depend on complementary transformations in classroom-school- and system-level organisational cultures, resourcing and politics.
It argues that transforming education requires more than professional development to transform teachers; it also calls for fundamental changes in learning and leading practices, which in turn means reshaping the organisations that support teachers and teaching - organisational cultures, the resources organisations provide and distribute, and the relationships that connect people with one another in organisations.
The book is based on findings from new research being conducted by the authors - the research team for the Australian Research Council-funded Discovery Project Leading and Learning: Developing Ecologies of Educational Practice.
AB - This book aims to help teachers and those who support them to re-imagine the work of teaching, learning and leading. When change is driven by student input, educators may find deeper engagement and motivation. None of them tested into college level and most failed their developmental courses. I went back into the classroom and changed everything. A simple practice of observing students outside of your classroom could offer an unexpected insight about how you teach.
By being willing to challenge an assumption she held, Wordsworth applied research to improve her craft and help her students. Finding relevant research can provide new insights on your practice.
In particular, it shows how transformations of educational practice depend on Covers educational change from the points of view of teaching, learning and. Changing Practices, Changing Education. Authors; (view affiliations). Stephen Kemmis; Jane Wilkinson; Christine Edwards-Groves; Ian Hardy; Peter.
Teacher Brandy Heckman experienced powerful shifts in perspective through an event in her own life. Sheds a whole different perspective on things. In their book The Power of Moments , they argue that moments provide the spark for change. Although many of the moments described in the Twitter comments above seem random, certain practices can increase the likelihood of transformative experiences. By gathering student feedback, reflecting on our experiences, challenging our assumptions, and seeking to see students through new lenses, we lay the groundwork for important moments to occur.