Becoming A Reflective Educator

Reagan, Timothy
ISBN:
9780761975526

Praise for the First Edition: `For teacher researchers at all levels of the management hierarchy. Excellent case studies around specific issues in the lives of teachers from beginners to old hands. Case studies contextualised in recent and relevant theoretical literature. First class chapters on 'Reflective practice and the teacher' and on 'Towards a culture of inquiry in school'. I have already gained a lot from this book myself and will recommend it to teacher researchers at all levels from B.Ed. to PhD' - Management in Education The authors have updated this book which is designed for use in teacher education programmes that are devoted to the ideal of `reflective practice', as well as courses for experienced educators. Synopsis: A seminal work on reflective practice to help teachers become creative and innovative agents of inquiry in their schools and classrooms. Synopsis: New content, new case studies, new insights for today's challenges This seminal work on reflective practice has been updated to help teachers become creative and innovative agents of inquiry in their schools and classrooms. This second edition reflects changes in American public education and society. Expanded content includes: Leadership and the role of teacher education Democratic schooling and transformative and constructivist curricula Case studies illustrating how to create a culture of inquiry With new data and insights integrated throughout the book, it continues to be a valuable resource for professional development professionals and school principals who want to encourage reflective practice among teachers.

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