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Telling Stories in Book Clubs : Women Teachers and Professional Development

By: Kooy, Mary.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer-Verlag New York Inc, 2006Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (252 p.).ISBN: 9780387339276.Subject(s): Career development | Women teachersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Telling Stories in Book Clubs : Women Teachers and Professional DevelopmentDDC classification: 371.102 LOC classification: LB2837Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Women Reading, Teaching and Learning; The Study: Re-Plotting the Stories of Teacher Development; Analyzing and Re-Presenting the Data; The Teachers in the Book Clubs; Book Clubs: Establishing Processes and Protocols; New Beginnings and Telling Stories; Lessons of Learning and Teaching; "Lead Kindly Light": Teachers Learning and Leading Together; "Crossing Borders": Stories of Teaching, Gender, and Identity; The Telling Stories of Teacher Book Clubs
Summary: Examines questions in the intersections of narrative, teaching, communities of learning, knowledge, women teachers and teacher development. This book explores the ways women educators understand and make sense of their lives and develop their personal practical knowledge of teaching through texts and experiences in informal learning groups.
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Women Reading, Teaching and Learning; The Study: Re-Plotting the Stories of Teacher Development; Analyzing and Re-Presenting the Data; The Teachers in the Book Clubs; Book Clubs: Establishing Processes and Protocols; New Beginnings and Telling Stories; Lessons of Learning and Teaching; "Lead Kindly Light": Teachers Learning and Leading Together; "Crossing Borders": Stories of Teaching, Gender, and Identity; The Telling Stories of Teacher Book Clubs

Examines questions in the intersections of narrative, teaching, communities of learning, knowledge, women teachers and teacher development. This book explores the ways women educators understand and make sense of their lives and develop their personal practical knowledge of teaching through texts and experiences in informal learning groups.

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