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The study examines how people are prepared for professional practice in the clergy, teaching, and clinical psychology. The purpose of the study is to develop a framework to describe and analyze the teaching of practice in professional education programs, specifically preparation for relational practices. : The authors have identified three key concepts for understanding the pedagogies of practice in professional education: representations, decomposition, and approximations of practice. The authors conclude that, in the program they studied, prospective teachers have fewer opportunities to engage in approximations that focus on contingent, interactive practice than do novices in the other two professions.
Updated: Mar. 18, 2009
The article explores the preparation of teaching professionals to respond to resistance. The study examined three clinical psychology programs and two teacher education programs. Data was drawn from classroom observations, interviews and observations of field experiences. Results reveal that although both programs prepare students to respond to resistance, the clinical psychology programs provided students with more opportunities to rehearse responses to client resistance in the moment, through the use of role-play and other simulations.
Updated: Mar. 13, 2008