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245 00 Polyvocal professional learning through self-study 
       research /|cedited by Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan and 
       Anastasia P. Samaras. 
264  1 Rotterdam ;|aBoston :|bSense Publishers,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c2015 
300    1 online resource. 
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490 1  Professional Learning ;|vvolume 18 
500    Includes index. 
505 00 |tThe power of "we" for professional learning /|rKathleen 
       Pithouse-Morgan and Anastasia P. Samaras --|tWork gloves 
       and a green sea turtle : collaborating in a dialogic 
       process of professional learning /|rDavid P. Evans, Heipua
       Kaopua and Anne Reilley Freese --|tA dialogue on 
       supporting self-study research in the context of Dutch 
       teacher education /|rAmanda Berry, Janneke Geursen and 
       Mieke Lunenberg --|tConfronting the hearing teacher in 
       deaf education : critical friends in self-study /|rKaren 
       Rut Gisladottir and Hafdis Gujonsdottir --|tJackie and me,
       Jackie and us : productive entanglements and learning 
       conversations in the supervision process /|rClaudia 
       Mitchell and Fatima S. Khan --|tA technology-enhanced self
       -study of reversible mentorship in a modern language 
       programme /|rCristina M. Hernandez Gil De Lamadrid and 
       Esperanza Roman Mendoza --|tDuality in practice and 
       mentorship of an English learner instructional coach /
       |rDelia E. Racines and Anastasia P. Samaras --|tCreating a
       culture of inquiry in music teacher education : 
       collaborative self-study approaches in music /|rAnn Marie 
       Stanley and Colleen M. Conway --|tLearning about co-
       flexivity in a transdisciplinary self-study research 
       supervision community /|rKathleen Pithouse-Morgan, Nithi 
       Muthukrishna, Daisy Pillay, Linda Van Laren, Theresa 
       Chisanga, Thenjiwe Meyiwa, Relebohile Moletsane, 
       Inbanathan Naicker, Lorraine Singh and Jean Stuart --
       |tMultiple narrators : using double voice poems to examine
       writing personas /|rArvinder Kaur Johri --|tInterweavings,
       interfaces and intersections : a co/autoethnographic self-
       study /|rDelysia Norelle Timm and Joan Lucy Conolly --
       |tIntegrating first, second and third person research to 
       lead the creation of a learning organisation : a self-
       study dialogue between doctoral supervisor and student /
       |rJoan Walton and Nigel Harrisson --|tBreathing under 
       water : a transcontinental conversation about the "why" of
       co-facilitation transdisciplinary self-study learning 
       communities /|rAnastasia P. Samaras, Kathleen Pithouse-
       Morgan, Theresa Chisanga, Joan Lucy Conolly, Lynne Scott 
       Constantine, Thenjiwe Meyiwa, Lesley Smith and Delysia 
       Norelle Timm. 
520    "Polyvocal Professional Learning through Self-Study 
       Research illustrates the power of we for innovative and 
       authentic professional learning. The 33 contributors to 
       this book include experienced and emerging self-study 
       researchers, writing in collaboration, across multiple 
       professions, academic disciplines, contexts, and 
       continents. These authors have noted and reviewed each 
       others chapters and adapted their contributions to 
       generate a polyvocal conversation that significantly 
       advances scholarship on professional learning through self
       -study research. Building on, and extending, the existing 
       body of work on self-study research, the book offers an 
       extensive and in-depth scholarly exploration of the how, 
       why, and impact of professional learning through context-
       specific, practitioner-led inquiry. The chapters 
       illustrate polyvocal professional learning as both 
       phenomenon and method, with the original research that is 
       presented in every chapter adding to the forms of 
       methodological inventiveness that have been developed and 
       documented within the self-study research community. This 
       unique book represents an inspiring step forward in self-
       study research. Authors from various continents provide 
       evidence of how the I can be strengthened through the we 
       perspective, showing convincingly how polyvocality, 
       transdisciplinarity, and an intercultural approach deepen 
       professional learning. This powerful book offers important
       new insights for the methodology of self-study, with an 
       impact beyond teachers and teacher educators. Fred A.J. 
       Korthagen, Professor Emeritus at Utrecht University, The 
       Netherlands A fascinating set of chapters illustrate the 
       importance of many lenses and many voices when studying 
       ones practice. Each chapter testifies that self-study and 
       its ties to improvement through posing thoughtful 
       questions, collecting and analyzing relevant data, and 
       interrogating the interpretation of ones analysis of self 
       are global and cross-disciplinary. This book is a must-
       read! Ren©♭e T. Clift, Professor and Associate Dean, 
       University of Arizona, USA." 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (ScienceDirect,
       viewed February 26, 2016). 
650  0 College teachers|0
650  0 College teachers|0
       sh85028378|xIn-service training.|0
650  0 Mentoring in education.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Pithouse-Morgan, Kathleen,|0
700 1  Samaras, Anastasia P.|q(Anastasia Pantelides),|d1950-
776 08 |iPrint version:|tPolyvocal professional learning through 
       self-study research.|d2015|z9789463002196|z9463002197
830  0 Professional learning (Sense Publishers) ;|0http://|vv. 18. 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2015 -
       Full Set|c2018-11-23|yMaster record variable field(s) 
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990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2015 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
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