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Learning from Teacher Research - John Loughran

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Based on case studies, Learning from Teacher Research shows how teachers can use reflective approaches in the classroom to improve their skills and their students' learning.

Figures and tables..Contributors..Part 1: Introduction..1. Teacher as researcher: the PAVOT project ..John Loughran..Part 2: Researching changed in teaching..2. Choices and voices: Students take control of their writing ..Kerry Fernandez and Judie Mitchell..3. What is it about homework? ..Deborah Tranter..4. 'I don't want to be here': Engaging reluctant students in learning ..Meaghan Walsh with Marilyn Smith..5. Disasters and metacognition in the SOSE classroom ..Lynn Boyle..Part 3: Researching changes in learning..6. Linking: A strategy for enhancing learning ..Pia Jeppersen..7. Do assessment practices match teaching strategies? ..Jo Kindred and David Burke with Tim Stephens and Rhonda Colley..8. Open Learning: Teaching without a road map ..Chris Wilson..9. The L Files: Motoring towards metacognition in the classroom ..Gillian Pinnis..Part 4:Learnin

ISBN: 9781741150391
ISBN-10: 1741150396
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 21st December 2012
Edition Number: 1