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by John Cowan

  • Author: John Cowan
  • ISBN: 0335219926
  • ISBN13: 978-0335219926
  • ePub: 1660 kb | FB2: 1418 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Open University Press; 2 edition (March 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 240
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher: Reflection in Action ePub download

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Home Browse Books Book details, On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher:. On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher: Reflection in Action. Each chapter begins by posing a question with which university and college teachers can be expected to identify, then answers the question by presenting a series of examples; thereafter the writer frankly airs his own second thoughts on what he has offered.

As the subtitle Reflection in Action makes clear, On Becoming an Innovative .

As the subtitle Reflection in Action makes clear, On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher is about reflection. It aims to allow lecturers to develop abilities as a result of reflection. Paperback: 240 pages.

Queen Margaret University. First we explore the concept of reflection in relation to respectively ive learning, reflection in/on action, reflection in higher education and reflection in design education

Queen Margaret University. First we explore the concept of reflection in relation to respectively ive learning, reflection in/on action, reflection in higher education and reflection in design education.

As the subtitle Reflection in Action makes clear, On. . It aims to allow lecturers to develop abilities as a result of reflection, and to enable them to encourage their students to engage in effective reflective learning.

This book will assist university teachers to plan and run innovative activities to enable their students to engage in effective reflective learning; it will help them adapt other teachers' work for use with their own students; and will give them a rationale for the place of reflective teaching an.

This book will assist university teachers to plan and run innovative activities to enable their students to engage in effective reflective learning; it will help them adapt other teachers' work for use with their own students; and will give them a rationale for the place of reflective teaching and learning in higher education. College teaching Reflection (Philosophy Study and teaching (Higher College teachers Training of Experiential learning Educational innovations. Philosophy of Higher Education in Philosophy of Social Science. categorize this paper).

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Cowan, John2006年3月1日. In her new book What Our Stories Teach Us, Linda Shadiow invites college faculty to use their personal and professional stories to reflect more critically and meaningfully on their teaching practice. McGraw-Hill Education (UK). Guiding her readers with a gentle but sure hand, Shadiow painstakingly shows that by systematically examining our educational and pedagogical biographies from a range of perspectives, we gain deeper insight into the pivotal moments that enliven our teaching and sustain our commitment to ongoing professional growth. I expect to be learning from this humane book for many years to come.

Beginning each chapter with a question with which college and university teachers can be expected to identify, this text then goes on to answer the question by presenting a series of examples. Each chapter closes with second thoughts, presenting a viewpoint somewhat distinct from that of the author.

As the subtitle Reflection in Action makes clear, On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher is about reflection. It aims to allow lecturers to develop abilities as a result of reflection, and to enable them to encourage their students to engage in effective reflective learning. This new edition has a revised structure to allow greater accessibility, and a new chapter entitled 'Why and how should we start innovating', which addresses the title of the book in the context of higher education in 2005. Many examples have been updated, and recent issues such as the impact of IT have been introduced. Cowan's relaxed and readable style is maintained as he discusses recent research.