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The Knower and the Known: The Nature of Knowledge in Research on Teaching
This chapter is a review of conceptions of knowledge as they appear in selected bodies of research on teaching. Writing as a philosopher of education, my interest is in how notions of knowledge areExpand
4: A Philosophical Consideration of Recent Research on Teacher Effectiveness
uninformed or unintelligible. Criticism of the second kind is useful because it is pertinent to the research effort and directed to reparable defects. Criticism of the third kind, though apparentlyExpand
Approaches to Teaching
This text has been completely revised to strengthen the connections between theories of teaching and the practice of teaching. Providing rich descriptions of philosophical and historical conceptionsExpand
Chapter 1: The Knower and the Known: The Nature of Knowledge in Research on Teaching
This chapter is a review of conceptions of knowledge as they appear in selected bodies of research on teaching. Writing as a philosopher of education, my interest is in how notions of knowledge areExpand
On the concept of manner and its visibility in teaching practice
Although it has long been thought that moral development is amongst the more important tasks of teaching, not much is known about how teachers go about it. Using teacher manner as a proxy for theExpand
The elicitation and reconstruction of practical arguments in teaching
L'application des resultats de la recherche en education dans les ecoles a ete encouragee par les politiciens americains. Pourtant aucunes directives n'a ete donnee aux enseignants quant a la faconExpand
On the Virtues of van Manen's Argument: A Response to “Pedagogy, Virtue, and Narrative Identity in Teaching”
There is much to applaud in the provocative article by Max van Manen. Indeed it would be difficult for anyone to object to fostering mensenkennis, nurturing the pedagogical relation, developingExpand
Determining the Value of Staff Development
The Elementary School Journal Volume 85, Number 3 ? 1985 by The University of Chicago. All rights reserved. 0013-5984/85/8503-0002o01.00 "Staff development" has become a buzzword for the 1980s. AsExpand
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