Learning to become a learning professional: reflections on one year of teaching

@article{Attard2005LearningTB,
  title={Learning to become a learning professional: reflections on one year of teaching},
  author={Karl Attard and Kathleen M. Armour},
  journal={European Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={195 - 207}
}
This research aims to study the ways in which a teacher learns through and about professional practice. Data presented here is drawn from one year of teaching and focuses on pedagogical practices, critical reflection upon those practices and the impact of the implementation of a new physical education syllabus in Maltese secondary schools. The study employs autoethnography to reveal thoughts, feelings and learning experienced by a new teacher implementing a new curriculum; in other words, I… 
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