Pollard, Andrew; Collins, Janet; Simco, Neil; Swaffield, Sue; Warin, Jo and Warwick, Paul (2002). Reflective Teaching: Effective and Evidence-Informed Professional Practice. UK: Continuum.
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There are a variety of views on teaching. At one extreme, some teachers deny any value to theoretical thinking: learning to teach consists merely of acquiring tips from experienced hands. At the other extreme, some academics have a very abstract, theoretical approach. reflective teaching lies between - it allows practitioners to relate practice and theory within their own particular contexts.
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|Date Deposited:||16 May 2006|
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