Dispositions as Habits of Mind: Making Professional Conduct More Intelligent

Upa (2009)
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This book provides opportunities for candidates in teacher education programs, which focus on nurturing and assessing dispositions, to see the habits of mind for making professional conduct more intelligent, practice them, and receive feedback about their performance

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