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41 Learning among colleagues: teacher community and the shared enterprise of education 1

@inproceedings{Westheimer200841LA,
  title={41 Learning among colleagues: teacher community and the shared enterprise of education 1},
  author={Joel Westheimer},
  year={2008}
}
In both Norwegian and Hebrew, the verbs “to teach” and “to learn” are etymologically inseparable. 2 Teaching and learning in these two highly distinct tongues are two sides of the same pedagogical coin. One who teaches is also one who learns. Yet teachers are rarely—on a daily basis—afforded formal or informal opportunities for learning. And teacher education programs do not always prepare future teachers to also be future learners. Most importantly—for the purposes of this chapter—too few… Expand
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