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Title Teachers' career trajectories and work lives / Martin Bayer [and others], editors.
Imprint Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2009.

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Series Professional learning and development in schools and higher education ; v. 3
Professional learning and development in schools and higher education ; v. 3.
Subject Teachers.
Career development.
Alt Name Bayer, Martin.
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 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
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Series Professional learning and development in schools and higher education ; v. 3
Professional learning and development in schools and higher education ; v. 3.
Subject Teachers.
Career development.
Alt Name Bayer, Martin.
Description 1 online resource (vi, 230 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to Teachers' Career Trajectories; Teachers' Career Trajectories: An Examination of Research; Career Stories as Gateway to Understanding Teacher Development; Committed for Life? Variations in Teachers' Work, Lives and Effectiveness; On the Unacknowledged Significance of Teachers' Habitus and Dispositions; Teachers' Professional Learning and the Workplace Curriculum; Careers Under Stress: Teacher Adaptations at a Time of Intensive Reform; Postscript to 'Careers Under Stress: Teacher Adaptations at a Time of Intensive Reform'
Summary Collects various scholarly contributions and perspectives on teachers' career trajectories and work lives. This work describes a variety of national contexts, illustrating how problems and challenges relating to the teaching profession manifest themselves and are tackled in different countries.
Access Licensed electronic resource available to Carleton faculty, staff and students.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789048123582 (electronic bk.)
9048123585 (electronic bk.)
9048123577 (hbk.)
9789048123575 (hbk.)
9789048123575
ISBN/ISSN 3071429
OCLC # 432710534
Additional Format 9789048123575



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