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Teaching and Learning Through Critical Reflective Practice

Teaching and Learning Through Critical Reflective Practice,A. Ghaye,K. Ghaye

Teaching and Learning Through Critical Reflective Practice   (Citations: 68)
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Published in 1998.
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    • ...There is agreement in the literature that practitioners can become aware of the taken for granted assumptions that unconsciously guide their practice (whether named theories-in-use or not) when they describe their practice or when they are given descriptions of their practice from colleagues (Argyris and Schön 1974; Brockbank and McGill 1998; Brockbank, McGill and Beech 2002; Day 1985, 1993, 1999; Ghaye and Ghaye 1998; Osterman and Kottkamp 1993, 2004; Rodgers 2002; Woodcock, Lassonde and Rutten 2004; York-Barr et al...

    Florentia Loizou. The limiting power of Cypriot primary school teachers' private reflect...

    • ...There is agreement in the literature that practitioners can become aware of the taken for granted assumptions that unconsciously guide their practice (whether named theories-in-use or not) when they describe their practice or when they are given descriptions of their practice from colleagues (Argyris and Shön 1974; Brockbank, McGill, and Beech 2002; Brockbank and McGill 1998; Day 1993, 1999; Ghaye and Ghaye 1998; Osterman and Kottkamp 1993, 2004; Rodgers 2002; Woodcock, Lassonde, and Rutten 2004; York-Barr et al...

    Florentia Loizou. Organisational conditions to boost or limit professional development i...

    • ...This is because, according to Ghaye and Ghaye (1998), writing gives us the space and time to look back, re-live and re-experience, and ultimately reflect upon our daily lives...

    K. Attard. The role of narrative writing in improving professional practice

    • ...By looking long, we mean looking back over time to interrogate accepted routines (Ghaye and Ghaye 1998); and by looking wide, we mean looking beyond the specifics of the individual classroom and the particular institution to the wider socio-political context (Hatton and Smith 1995, Brookfield 1995, Dinkelman 2000)...

    Karen Turneret al. In what ways does studying at M-level contribute to teachers’ professi...

    • ...See, for example, the work of Ghaye and Ghaye (1998), Cole (1997), Canada; Hatton and Smith (1995), Australia; Zeichner and Liston (1996), United States; Day (1999) United Kingdom; Farrell (2001), Singapore; Hyrkas, Tarkka and Ilmonen (2001) Finland; and Minott (2009) Cayman Islands...

    Mark A. Minott. Reflective teaching, critical literacy and the teacher's tasks in the ...

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