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by Gloria Dall 'Alba

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Author:
Gloria Dall 'Alba
ISBN13:
978-9048126071
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904812607X
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Springer; 2009 edition (August 10, 2009)
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Schools & Teaching
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Part of the Innovation and Change in Professional Education book series (ICPE, volume 4. The book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based.

What Is Professional Practice? Gloria Dall’Alba. It argues for an ontological turn in which professional education attends not only to what students know and can do, but also who they are becoming as professionals.

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Preparing professionals to meet the demands of changes in practice is a. .

Preparing professionals to meet the demands of changes in practice is a compelling issue for the development of society, professions and individual professionals. A key tenet of this book is that we currently prepare professionals for the world of work in ways that are generally limited in scope and inadequate for addressing contemporary professional practice.

Автор: Gloria Dall & Название: Learning to be Professionals Издательство: Springer . This book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based.

This book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based.

Publication Date: 2010. To be or not to be professionals? aspiring professionals in transition more. The personal experience of learning in higher education: Changing views and enduring perspectives more. Publication Name: Exploring Education through Phenomenology. Understanding continuing professional learning at work more. Understanding continuing professional learning: A phenomenological perspective more.

from book Learning to be Professionals. There is no common stand regarding the ways to raising and changing the awareness of students – future teachers. Professional Education as a Process of Becoming. Article · January 2009 with 5 Reads.

Автор: Gloria Dall & Название: Learning to be Professionals .

The book begins with advice on how to use the cases and concludes with general advice provided by current professionals in the field.

The book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based. It argues for an ontological turn in which professional education attends not only to what students know and can do, but also who they are becoming as professionals

The book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based.

In K-12 education, there is a lot that can slow down innovation, and below . 9. Drive-by Professional Development

In K-12 education, there is a lot that can slow down innovation, and below are 12 guesses at some of those suspects. Note, this doesn’t necessarily make any of the following bad anymore than a needle point, hot stove, or venomous snake should be thought of as bad. Drive-by Professional Development. Experts in education are a boon to innovation. Thought leadership, expertise in niche areas, and general rallying of the troops through conferences, social media, and blogging is great.

Preparing professionals to meet the demands of changes in practice is a compelling issue for the development of society, professions and individual professionals. A key tenet of this book is that we currently prepare professionals for the world of work in ways that are generally limited in scope and inadequate for addressing contemporary professional practice. The book critically investigates professional education programmes and the assumptions upon which they are based. It argues for an ontological turn in which professional education attends not only to what students know and can do, but also who they are becoming as professionals. In a scholarly, well-grounded account, the book closely interweaves theory and empirical material on learning to be professionals. It provides a fresh, innovative approach to designing professional education programmes, as well as to research about this important enterprise. This book makes a timely, insightful contribution to debate about educating for the professions.