Researching Your Own Practice: The Discipline of Noticing / Edition 1

Researching Your Own Practice: The Discipline of Noticing / Edition 1

by John Mason
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0415248612

ISBN-13: 9780415248617

Pub. Date: 02/22/2002

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Central to caring professions such as teaching is the need to notice and be sensitive to the experiences of pupils and teachers. Starting from this position, Researching Your Own Practice demonstrates that in order to develop your professional practice, you must first develop your own sensitivities and awareness. By giving a full explanation of this theory and a guide

Overview

Central to caring professions such as teaching is the need to notice and be sensitive to the experiences of pupils and teachers. Starting from this position, Researching Your Own Practice demonstrates that in order to develop your professional practice, you must first develop your own sensitivities and awareness. By giving a full explanation of this theory and a guide to its implementation, this book gives the reader a basis for turning professional development into practitioner research, as well as giving advice on how noticing can be used to improve any research, or be used as a research paradigm in its own right.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415248617
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
02/22/2002
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.69(d)

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Table of Contents

Preface
I Enquiry
1. Forces for Development
II Noticing
2. Forms of Noticing
3. Impartiality
4. Being Methodical
III The Discipline of Noticing
5. Disciplined Noticing
6.Validity
IV Using Aspects of the Discipline of Noticing
7.Probing Accounts
8. Responding Professionally to Disturbance
9. Using Noticing for Leading Professional Development
V From Enquiry to Research
10. What IsResearch?
11. Noticing In Research
12. Noticing As Research
13. Researching from the Inside
VI Problems
14.Problematic Aspects of Practitioner Research
15.Problematic Aspects of Qualitative Research
16. Problematic Aspects of Noticing

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