The intention of this book is to develop an increased awareness of the place of professional practice in the realms of research in teaching. The chapters investigate, from an international perspective, the emerging reflective methods of collaboration between practitioners and researchers, appreciation of teachers and teaching, and greater understanding of what they aim to promote.

chapter 1|8 pages

Frames of Reflection: An Introduction

ByHugh Munby, Tom Russell

chapter 2|23 pages

The Significance of Teachers’ Frames for Teaching

ByDouglas Barnes

chapter 3|16 pages

Collaborative Reflection, Systematic Enquiry, Better Teaching

ByJohn R. Baird

chapter 7|16 pages

Creating Cases for the Development of Teacher Knowledge

ByKathy Carter

chapter 8|14 pages

Narrative and Story in Teacher Education

ByD. Jean Clandinin

chapter 9|18 pages

Teaching for Reflection: Being Reflective

ByAntoinette A. Oberg, Sibylle Artz

chapter 10|15 pages

Practitioner Research and Programs of Initial Teacher Education

ByJean Rudduck