Practice, Learning and Change Practice-Theory Perspectives on Professional Learning /
Professional & Vocational Education.
Lifelong Learning/Adult Education.
Education des adultes
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Abstractedited by Paul Hager, Alison Lee, Ann Reich.
Foreword, Theodore Schatzki -- Preface, Paul Hager, Alison Lee & Ann Reich -- Chapter 1. Problematising practice, reconceptualising learning, imagining change, Paul Hager, Alison Lee and Ann Reich -- Theorising practice; rethinking professional learning -- Chapter 2. Theories of Practice and their Connections with Learning: a continuum of more and less inclusive accounts, Paul Hager -- Chapter 3. Ecologies of Practices, Stephen Kemmis, Christine Edwards-Groves, Jane Wilkinson & Ian Hardy -- Chapter 4. Sensing the Tempo-Rhythm of Practice: the dynamics of engagement, Mary C. Johnsson -- Chapter 5. Matter-ings of Knowing and Doing: sociomaterial approaches to understanding practice, Tara Fenwick -- Chapter 6. A Re-turn to Practice. Practice-based studies of education, Paolo Landri -- Investigating learning practices. Chapter 7. Towards Understanding Workplace Learning through Theorising Practice: at work in hospital emergency departments, Marie Manidis and Hermine Scheeres -- Chapter 8. The Complex Systems of Practice, Jeanette Lancaster -- Chapter 9. Practice-as-complexity: encounters with management education in the public sector, Christine Davis -- Chapter 10. Governing Learning Practices: governmentality and practice, Ann Reich and John Girdwood -- Chapter 11. Rhetorical Activation of Workers: a case study in neo-liberal governance, Andreas Fejes and Katherine Nicoll -- Chapter 12. Learning Professional Practice through Education, Madeleine Abrandt Dahlgren, Lars Owe Dahlgren, Johanna Dahlberg -- Chapter 13. Learning to Practise, Practising to Learn: doctors' transitions to new levels of responsibility, Miriam Zukas and Sue Kilminster -- Practice, learning and change -- Chapter 14. Why Do Practices Change and Why Do They Persist? Models of Explanations, Silvia Gherardi -- Chapter 15 Learning Organizational Practices that Persist, Perpetuate and Change: a Schatzkian view, Oriana M. Price, Mary C. Johnsson, Hermine Scheeres, David Boud and Nicky Solomon -- Chapter 16. Collective Learning Practice, Paul Hager and Mary C. Johnsson -- Chapter 17. Seeing is Believing: an embodied pedagogy of 'doing partnership' in child and family health, Alison Lee, Roger Dunston and Cathrine Fowler.