Teachers' know-how: a philosophical investigation

Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell (2017)
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Teachers' Know-How: A Philosophical Investigation presents a comprehensive and up to date philosophical treatment of the kinds of knowledge and "know-how" that educators should possess. -Offers an original and in-depth study of teachers' know-how which situates teaching within the spectrum of professions -Critiques the currently fashionable craft conception of teaching and the view of teaching as protocol-driven which is currently influential in policymaking circles -Utilizes epistemological debates on the nature of know-how to inform understanding of the work of teachers -Features detailed examples including some drawn from the author's own long professional experience of a teacher in a wide range of different contexts.

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