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  1. There’s More to Teaching Than Instruction: Seven Strategies for Dealing with the Practical Side of Teaching.Steven E. Stemler, Julian G. Elliott, Elena L. Grigorenko & Robert J. Sternberg - 2006 - Educational Studies 32 (1):101-118.
    In this paper, we highlight the importance for teachers of having sound practical skills in interacting with students, parents, administrators and other teachers, and argue that the development of such skills is often insufficiently considered in professional training. We then present a new framework for conceptualizing practical skills in dealing with others that follows directly from Sternberg’s theory of successful intelligence. Finally, we outline and discuss an approach to measuring teachers’ preferred strategies for dealing with others that we believe has (...)
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  • Making Teachers in Britain: Professional Knowledge for Initial Teacher Education in England and Scotland.Ian Menter, Estelle Brisard & Ian Smith - 2006 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 38 (3):269–286.
    There is an apparent contradiction between the widespread moves towards a uniform and instrumentalist standards‐based approach to teaching on the one hand and recent research‐based insights into the complexity of effective pedagogies. The former tendency reflects a politically driven agenda, the latter is more professionally driven. Tensions reflecting such a contradiction are evident in the debates over initial teacher education policy and practice in many parts of the world. This article examines aspects of ITE policy in two contiguous parts of (...)
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  • Teachers as Disempowered and Demoralised Moral Agents: School Board Management and Teachers in Hong Kong.Kwok Kuen Tsang - 2019 - British Journal of Educational Studies 67 (2):251-267.