Designing for effective practice: a method for professional development
KeywordsLB Theory and practice of education
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AbstractIn this paper, the authors identify a renewed interest in the potential of pedagogical exploration leading to more effective ways of teaching and learning that incorporate the relatively new dimension of e-learning. They report on a simple professional development method that supports discussion on planning for activity based learning leading to effective practise. They suggest ways in which teachers’ identities can be developed through discussion, but acknowledge that learners may already be using a range of technologies that are unfamiliar to teachers.
Walker, Simon and Ryan, Malcolm (2006) Designing for effective practice: a method for professional development. In: Persson, M., (ed.) A Vision of European Teaching and Learning: perspectives on the new role of the teacher. Learning Teacher Network, Karlstad, Sweden, pp. 265-272. ISBN 9197520438