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The current article examines the difference in knowledge growth between beginning teachers and their colleagues who have stable, secure and continuing employment. The authors argue that the employment context in which beginning teachers take up their profession has a significant, but hitherto largely unacknowledged, effect on the capacity of teachers to develop the craft of teaching, and on their continuing commitment to the profession.
Updated: Mar. 24, 2011
This article provides an account of professional learning in action. The authors documented the experiences of three upper primary teachers as they engaged in reflection-on-action with the assistance of an academic mentor. Video-stimulated recall was used as a mechanism to encourage productive reflective practice. The results indicated that although it was a powerful medium for stimulating reflection, and the teachers indicated that it was a beneficial process, there was limited evidence to suggest that it resulted in substantial changes to their practices.
Updated: Nov. 29, 2010