This volume provides informed arguments, theory and practical examples based on research about what it looks like when educators, policy makers, and even students, try to rethink and change their practices by engaging in evidence-based conversations to challenge and inform their work. It allows the reader to experience these conversations. Each story reveals the depth of thinking that change requires, showing that change requires new learning and new learning is hard.The group begins a discussion of student essays brought by Shelby, who teaches a 9th grade health class. ... and violence prevention and the assignment in question: a persuasive essay in which students were to propose three approaches toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Professional Learning Conversations|
|Author||:||Lorna M. Earl, Helen Timperley|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-02-29|