Study to teach : a guide to studying in teacher education / Steve Herne, John Jessel, and Jenny Griffiths.Material type: TextPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.Description: xii, 198 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN:
- 0415191122 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 370/.71 21 S843
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1 Study: some guiding principles; Introduction; What do we know about learning?; Constructivism and learning; Making connections; Models, metaphors and analogies; Being an active learner; Deep and surface approaches to learning; Using language; Thinking critically; Metacognition; Postscript; References; 2 Getting to know yourself as a learner; What is learning?; Getting to know yourself as a learner; Strategies for improving your learning; Studying under pressure. ConclusionReferences; 3 Curriculum studies; Introduction; Three contributory disciplines: philosophy, psychology and sociology; Curriculum studies; Models of curriculum; Developments in curriculum studies; Summary; Reference; 4 Developing subject knowledge; Introduction; Content knowledge; Curriculum knowledge; Pedagogical content knowledge; The importance of teachers' educational experiences and attitudes; Constructing our own knowledge as teachers; Summary; References; 5 Strategies and case studies; Introduction: from styles to strategies. Auditing subject knowledge: defining the field of knowledgeThe 'tools' in the learning strategies 'kit'; Summary; References; 6 From starting point to fair copy: reading, writing and thinking; Introduction; Clarifying the task; Finding a focus; Talking about progress with tutors or peers; Carrying out classroom-based work; Writing up the fair draft (including referencing); The pains and the pleasures of study: some student conclusions; References; Appendix 6.1; 7 Using information and communications technology; Accessing information and resources: hypertext, Cd-Roms and World Wide Web. Learning in hyperspaceWorking at a distance; Wordprocessing; New kinds of authorship; References; 8 Presenting your work orally; Introduction; Structuring your presentation; Preparation; Communicating with your listeners; Conclusion; References; Appendix 8.1; Appendix 8.2; 9 Starting your research project; The context; What do we understand by educational research?; Doing research; Conducting your research --
approaches to adopt; Writing up your research; Conclusion; References; 10 Establishing and maintaining professional working relationships; Introduction; Initial Teacher Training (Itt). Those returning to full- or part-time studyConcluding comments; References; 11 Some final comments; References; Name Index; Subject Index.