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In this article, the author presents the findings of a self-study into his teaching practices as a sociology-of-education lecturer working in the pre-service teacher education program of a regional university in New South Wales, Australia. The principal data source is a logbook of the teaching practices which characterized several tutorial classes taught in 2007. The article reveals tensions between assessment-driven and more authentic teaching practices, and more student- and teacher-centered teaching practices.
Updated: Jun. 17, 2009
Competing Priorities in Professional Development: An Australian Study of Teacher Professional Development Policy and Practice
This article claims that neoliberal and managerial pressures external to the teaching profession, as well as more progressive and democratic approaches internal to the profession, have simultaneously influenced professional development policy and practice in Australia. In making this case, the article reviews the nature of the teacher professional development that is supported in federal Australian policies associated with the recently defeated Liberal/National Coalition government (1996-2007).
Updated: Feb. 02, 2009