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Learning from Teacher Research - John Loughran

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Despite many hours in the classroom, many school students have poor learning skills. Few teachers know how to stimulate all their students to become active and purposeful learners. And most teachers find that academic research is too theoretical for the 'messy' world of the classroom...To overcome this gap between research and practice, teachers and academic researchers in the long-running PEEL project based at Monash University have been working collaboratively to identify ways to improve teaching practice and student learning. This book gathers research teachers have undertaken on challenges they have faced in their classrooms, and outlines solutions they have developed. ..These experienced primary and secondary teachers used action research to tackle challenges they faced with core pedagogical concerns such as helping students develop their writing skills, using homework effectively, motivating unwilling students, encouraging active learning and matching assessment to teaching strategies. Each of these examples offers teachers techniques for improving their classroom skills, as well as a model for classroom-based research...Learning from Teacher Research is a valuable resource for any teacher who wants to use reflective practice to develop their skills.

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: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st April 2002
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Edition Number: 1