Realising Exemplary Practice Based Education

For educators, scholars, practitioners and researchers this book offers an opportunity to explore and engage with practice-based education theories and concepts in real life teaching spaces.

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Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789462091887

Category: Education

Page: 304

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For educators, scholars, practitioners and researchers this book offers an opportunity to explore and engage with practice-based education theories and concepts in real life teaching spaces. It is a place to see theory embodied and situated within PBE practices. It is also an opportunity to see how educators and scholars from other disciplines are applying theory to understand teaching and learning in their particular area. This volume provides an opportunity for readers to deepen their understanding of practice-based education and broaden and critically appraise their strategies for engaging with practice-based education theory. And, it provides a means of extending theory and realising new practice-based education theory through the lens of exemplary practice. There are three sections in the book: • Section 1: Practice-based education for life and work • Section 2: Practice-based education in action • Section 3: Practice-based education realisations

Practice Based Education

Developing indigenous perspectives in practice-based education. In J. Higgs, W. Letts, D: Sheehan, J. Baldry Currens, & G: Jensen (Eds), Realising exemplary practice-based education. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense. EFPI. (2011).

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Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789462091283

Category: Education

Page: 255

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Practice-Based Education: Perspectives and Strategies. This book draws on the collective vision, research, scholarship and experience of leading academics in the field of practice-based and professional education. It presents multiple perspectives and critical appraisals on this significant trend in higher education and examines strategies for implementing this challenging and inspiring mode of learning, teaching and curriculum development. Eighteen chapters are presented across three sections of the book: Contesting and Contextualising Practice-Based Education Practice-Based Education Pedagogy and Strategies The Future of Practice-Based Education.

Education for Employability Volume 1

Higgs, J. (2013). Practice-based education pedagogy: Professional pedagogy for professional education. In J. Higgs, D. Sheehan, J. Baldry Currens, W. Letts, & G. M. Jensen (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education (pp. 3-12).

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Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004400832

Category: Education

Page: 242

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Universities are expected to produce employable graduates. In Education for Employability experts explore critical questions in the employability agenda.

Developing Practice Capability

Higher education in the learning society. London: Department for Education and ... Practice-based education: Enhancing practice and pedagogy: Final Report for ALTC Teaching Fellowship. ... Realising exemplary practice-based education.

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Author: Narelle Patton

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004366923

Category: Education

Page: 280

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Developing Practice Capability: Transforming Workplace Learning explores a Crucible Model for Professional Development as a means for better understanding workplace learning as a place for capability development.

Community Based Healthcare

Higgs, J., & Gates, A. (2013). Realising wise practitioners: Through lifelong practice-based education. In J. Higgs, D. Sheehan, J. Baldry Currens, W. Letts & G. Jenson (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education (pp. 50-56).

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Author: Diane Tasker

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463009959

Category: Education

Page: 10

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This is a book for practitioners working in community-based healthcare as well as educators of future practitioners and researchers exploring this practice field and for people with chronic disabilities and their families and carers. The book invites readers to re-think and re-shape the way that community-based healthcare is practised by practitioners and experienced/engaged with by clients/patients and their families and other carers. Based on a PhD study of therapeutic relationships in community healthcare settings in NSW, Australia, and on real-life experiences of practitioners, clients and clients’ families and care givers, this book paints a rich picture of the lived experiences of these participants in community-based healthcare. It examines the issues and challenges they face and the ways they deal with these. Key themes identified across the book are: the value and nature of relationships in this unique healthcare setting, the importance of time and using it well, the way good teamwork facilitates good community-based, patient-centred healthcare, balancing autonomy and equality with healthcare quality, practice wisdom embodied in healthcare, and ways of improving healthcare in clients’ own homes.

EDUCATING HEALTH PROFESSIONALS BECOMING A UNIVERSITY TEACHER

In L. H. Distlehorst, G. L. Dunnington & J. R. Folse (Eds.), Teaching and learning in medical and surgical ... In J. Higgs, D. Sheehan, J. Baldry Currens, W. Letts, & G. Jensen (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education (pp.

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Author: Stephen Loftus

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789462093539

Category: Education

Page: 339

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This book is for health professionals who are becoming involved in the education of people entering their professions. It introduces many of the challenges that educators must engage with in the twenty-first century; challenges that will preoccupy our attention for many years to come. The world of professional practice in healthcare is changing and the education we provide to prepare people for that practice is also changing. How do we prepare professional practitioners for this changing world? How do we prepare them for the changes that are yet to come? What challenges and changes do they need to be aware of? How do we prepare educators – both academics and workplace educators for these challenges? This volume opens up and articulates the issues we face in preparing people to enter the contemporary world of healthcare. Experienced educators should also find much of interest in these pages. Practice-based education provides an overarching framework for consideration of the issues involved. There are five sections in the book: - Section 1: Introduction - Section 2: Health Professional Education in Context - Section 3: Teaching and Research - Section 4: Case Studies - Section 5: Future Directions

Leading Research and Evaluation in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice

Collaborative practice and interprofessional education and workplace learning. In J. Higgs, D. Sheehan, J. B. Currens, W. Letts, & G. Jensen (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education. Rotterdam: Springer. Steinert, Y. (2005).

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Author: Dawn Forman

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137537447

Category: Medical

Page: 372

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Expanding upon Leadership Development for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice and Leadership and Collaboration, the third installment to this original and innovative collection of books considers a variety of research models and theories. Emphasizing research and evaluation in leadership aspects, Leading Research and Evaluation in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice showcases examples from around the globe in various multicultural contexts. Crucial for academics and researchers in this field, the book includes studies on traditionally under-represented countries and aims to prompt new ideas for future research and policy structures in Interprofessional education and practice.

Health Practice Relationships

Practice-based learning: Multiple dimensions and the importance of “others”. In J. Higgs, D. Sheehan, J. Baldry Currens, W. Letts & G. M. Jensen (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education. Rotterdam: Sense.

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Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789462097889

Category: Education

Page: 248

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The quality, resourcing and accessibility of healthcare is a key issue facing societies in the 21st century. Despite the system delivery focus of these factors it is critical to remember that healthcare is a human service and as such, people need to be placed at the centre of healthcare systems and processes. To do this we need to improve the way that people are valued and involved in healthcare practices. Professional relationships lie at the heart of such practices. This book illuminates and challenges professional healthcare relationships. The authors examine the nature, context and purpose of healthcare relationships, explore models through which these relationships are enacted, developed and critiqued, and provide narratives of health practice relationships in action. These narratives reveal how health practice relationships are experienced and created in real-world situations. The various chapters generate a range of implications and recommendations for healthcare practice and systems and for the education of health professionals. This is a book for practitioners, educators, clients, members of the community, advocacy and agency groups, regulatory bodies and those with power to shape the future direction of healthcare. There are four sections in the book: Section 1: Health practice relationships context Section 2: Understanding professional relationships Section 3: Health practice relationships narratives Section 4: Implications for practice, systems and education

Collaborating in Healthcare

Practicebased education: Perspectives and strategies. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 7. Higgs, J., Letts, W., Sheehan, D., Baldry Currens, J., & Jensen, G. (Eds.). (2013). Realising exemplary practice-based education.

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Author: Anne Croker

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463008068

Category: Education

Page: 272

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"This book is about a vital aspect of healthcare; that is, how people collaborate. At the heart of this book is the RESPECT Model of Collaboration in healthcare produced during a doctoral research project. Following this research a number of practitioners have explored this model in their practice and they were invited to write up their experiences and insights in a number of chapters in this book.The intended audience for this book includes healthcare practitioners, educators, managers and others with an interest in how people in healthcare collaborate. Readers will be invited to look at ways that this dynamic model can be utilised insightfully in their practice. In the RESPECT Model, collaboration is presented as: R ReflexiveE Endeavours (in) S SupportiveP Practice (for)E EngagedC Centred-on-PeopleT Teamwork. the title="" respect="" reflects="" the="" goal="" and="" practice="" of="" patient-centred="" care.="" model="" is="" not="" presented="" as="" a="" universal="" approach="" for="" people="" to="" adopt="" in="" their="" but="" rather="" it="" offers="" ideas="" explore,="" expand="" critique="" build="" an="" even="" greater="" understanding="" complex="" phenomenon="" collaboration="" create="" our="" own="" ways="" practising="" respectfully.="" this="" reciprocal="" synergistic="" way="" working="" exactly="" what="" collaborating="" about.="" by="" engaging="" with="" others'="" experiences="" conceptualisations,="" book="" expanded="" version="" initial="" thesis.="" serves="" means="" influencing="" other="" people's="" practices="" which="" turn="" can="" develop="" challenge="" model. divThere are four sections in the book:div“/divProfessional relationshipsA study of collaboration in healthcareApplying the RESPECT Model of Collaboration in healthcare practiceEducational applications of the RESPECT Model of Collaboration." /div

Professional Practice Discourse Marginalia

Practicebased education: Perspectives and strategies. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 7. Higgs, J., Letts, W., Sheehan, D., Baldry Currens, J., & Jensen, G. (Eds.). (2013). Realising exemplary practice-based education.

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Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463006002

Category: Education

Page: 268

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This is a book for practitioners, university educators, workplace learning educators, researchers and the professions. It draws together two key elements of the lives of these people: professional practice – what people do, and practice discourse – what they write and say about what they do. And, it focuses these discussions around two spaces – the core and the margins, of practice and discourse. Writing in the margins of texts has a very long history. People have always left part of themselves – their ideas, personality and reflections – in the margins of texts. In this book we have taken up the idea of such written marginalia and we have expanded it into writing into the texts of practice discourse as well as speaking and acting in the margins of professional practice. Such deliberate practice changes in marginal practice spaces and in written practice discourse provides ways of shaping and critically appraising current and future professional practice. This book provides a dialogue between two fascinating phenomena: professional practice and discourse. In the 21st century these two are facing challenges as they negotiate their contested spaces in a rapidly changing global society. They draw on strong established traditions and expectations but they cannot be complacent in these illusory stabilities. Rather they must be awake to the imperatives of their own re-invention and re-claimed relevance to today’s society and today’s professional class in the workforce. Across the chapters we explore the core spaces of professional practice discourse from the vantage point of the margins of this space, and the margin spaces as they interact with the core. Marginalia serves as an architect of destabilisation, challenge, revolution, reflection or sometimes affirmation of the central discourse space. There are five sections in the book: Section One: Professional practice discourse, Section Two: Leading the practice discourse, Section Three: Writing from inside practice, Section Four: Writing onto and into practice and Section Five: Marking trails and stimulating insights. Readers are invited to contribute to our exploration of the phenomenon and practice of professional practice discourse marginalia.

Decolonization and Anti colonial Praxis

Developing indigenous perspectives in practice based education. In J. Higgs, J. Baldry-Currens, G. Jensen, W. Letts, & D. Sheehan (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice based education. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004404588

Category: Education

Page: 178

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This volume presents empirical research on contemporary forms of decolonization and anti-colonialism in practice within areas of Indigeneity, citizenship, migration, education, language and social work. The contributions will be of interest to interdisciplinary education practitioners and students.

Intersections in Language Planning and Policy

Establishing Connections in Languages and Cultures F. J. Fornasiero, Rob Amery, Eric Bouvet, Sarah M. A. Reed, Kayoko Enomoto, Hui Ling Xu. function effectively in such a high-level ... Realising exemplary practice-based education.

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Author: Jean Fornasiero

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030509255

Category:

Page:

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The Model of Domain Learning

Currens-Baldry, W. Letts & G. M. Jensen (Eds.), Realising exemplary practice-based education (pp. 3–12). Boston, MA: Sense Publishers. Kaschak, J. C., & Letwinsky, K. M. (2015). Service-learning and emerging communities of practice: A ...

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Author: Helenrose Fives

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315457994

Category: Education

Page: 232

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The Model of Domain Learning is the first edited volume to provide a comprehensive overview of the Model of Domain Learning (MDL). Unique in its emphasis on development, this model examines both the cognitive and motivational forces behind expertise in academic domains. Chapters written by a variety of scholars, including those responsible for the model’s evolution, are tied together by commentaries that synthesize these varied perspectives. With dedicated sections focused on the foundations, current applications, and future potential of the MDL, this book is indispensable as an introduction to the theory and research associated with this topic and as a cutting-edge resource for established scholars.

Realising Learning

Miyakawa, T. (2006) 'A study of “good” mathematics teaching in Japan', paper presented at the APEC International Symposium ... paper presented at the APEC Conference on Replicating Exemplary Practices in Mathematics Education, Thailand, ...

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Author: Keith Wood

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317803829

Category: Education

Page: 190

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The best professional development for teachers focuses on issues they encounter in the classroom. It is collaborative, school-based, learning-focused and supports teachers in solving problems of pedagogy in context. Through lesson study teachers are empowered to make decisions to improve pedagogy, curriculum and assessment based on evidence of the effect of design on learning. Being explicit about the theories of learning underpinning their teaching decisions allows teachers to develop a shared vocabulary for the diagnosis of learning problems, redesign and evaluation of learning situations. Learning study introduces a new Variation Theory of Learning. It provides a framework for teachers to make critical decisions about what is to be learnt and how. The fusion of lesson and learning study is changing the nature of professional development and providing teachers with a voice in the field of educational research. In Realising Learning, teachers, teacher educators and policy makers can share the progress achieved by teachers in Asia and Europe to improve teaching and learning.

Learning Teaching From Teachers Realising The Potential Of School Based Teacher Education

The variation in practice makes it possible to group them in the following four ways: ' those who understood the ... To judge by their own accounts, some of the student teachers managed to use the guidelines in an exemplary way and ...

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Author: Hagger, Hazel

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335202926

Category: Education

Page: 203

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This volume explores the implications of different approaches to helping student teachers to learn from practising teachers. It puts particular emphasis on an approach based on research into that expertise and designed to give student teachers access to it.

Iterative Design of Teaching Learning Sequences

Research relates studying and adapting exemplary materials to teachers' effectiveness in realising change, ... In this sense, our claim is modest and refers to research that wants to deal with the “dilemmas of practice”, as most design ...

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Author: Dimitris Psillos

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789400778085

Category: Science

Page: 382

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This book addresses a very important aspect of science education and science education research respectively: The research-based development of Teaching Learning Sequences. The authors elaborate on important theoretical issues as well as aspects of the design and iterative evolution of a several Teaching Learning Sequences in a modern scientific and technological field which is socially relevant and educationally significant. The book is divided into two parts. The first part includes a collection of papers discussing the theoretical foundations and characteristics of selected theoretical frameworks related to designing Teaching Learning Sequences, elaborate on common issues and draw on the wider perspective of design research in education. The second part contains a collection of papers presenting case studies concerning the design, implementation, iterative evolution and evaluation of Teaching and Learning Sequences in a variety of educational context. The case studies deal with a more or less new subject matter, a part of modern interdisciplinary science, material science, which enhances the connections between science and technology. From a wider perspective the case studies draw on existing theoretical ideas on inquiry in various contexts and provide powerful suggestions for contextualized innovation in a variety of school systems and existing practices.

Trends in Dutch Teacher Education

quently , professional development of teachers refers to the individual teacher's competence in relation to the performance of his duties . ... Recently two studies were published of ' exemplary practice ' in science subjects .

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Author: Gerard M. Willems

Publisher: Garant

ISBN: 9053509747

Category: Education

Page: 215

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Does Religious Education Matter

environments, religious education can cultivate forms of religious literacy that advance mutual understanding and respect. ... education in our own day is a research task that is advanced by a close monitoring of exemplary practice in ...

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Author: Mary Shanahan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317148692

Category: Religion

Page: 278

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In the current climate, and in an age of increasing hostility towards religion and the study of religion, religious education is a much-debated area. Bringing together an interdisciplinary team of contributors from the USA, Britain and Ireland, and Australia, representing a variety of religious perspectives, Does Religious Education Matter? provocatively demonstrates that it is vital that religious education is presented as it ’really’ is: a valuable and rich resource that, when taught and engaged with appropriately, stimulates essential qualities for global and responsible citizenship: critical thinking, tolerance, respect, and mutual understanding.

The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children s Rights

Elements of practice Time will tell how these principles are realised and put into practice in the diverse First Nations, ... The care and education of children is considered both a sacred and a highly valued responsibility.

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Author: Jane Murray

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000682168

Category: Education

Page: 578

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Written to commemorate 30 years since the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights reflects upon the status of children aged 0–8 years around the world, whether they are respected or neglected, and how we may move forward. With contributions from international experts and emerging authorities on children’s rights, Murray, Blue Swadener and Smith have produced this highly significant textbook on young children’s rights globally. Containing sections on policy, along with rights to protection, provision and participation for young children, this book combines discussions of children’s rights and early childhood development, and investigates the crucial yet frequently overlooked link between the two. The authors examine how policy, practice and research could be utilised to address the barriers to universal respect for children, to create a safer and more enriching world for them to live and flourish in. The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights is an essential resource for students and academics in early childhood education, social work and paediatrics, as well as for researchers, policymakers, leaders and practitioners involved in the provision of children’s services and paedeatric healthcare, and international organisations with an interest in or ability to influence national or global policies on children’s rights.

Best Practices in Professional Learning and Teacher Preparation

and adapt routinely to new environments and circumstances as its members, individually and together, learn their way to realising their vision" (Kools & Stoll, 2016, p. 5). A learning organization practices continuous embedded learning ...

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Author: National Assoc For Gifted Children

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000490695

Category: Education

Page: 200

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Several states offer additional teacher preparation programs by providing either an endorsement or certification in the field, but these are often pursued by teachers specifically enrolled in gifted coursework rather than in general education programs. Practitioners and researchers agree that time and energy should be spent on training teachers in how to address the needs of gifted and talented students, both within the regular classroom and in specialized programs. This three-book series acknowledges this need and provides specific strategies for professional development in a variety of settings using various methods. Drawing on both literature in the field and research-based best practices in professional learning, this series provides the reader with a foundation for designing and implementing effective professional development experiences for educators working with gifted learners. This volume focuses on a variety of techniques and methods in professional development. From reflection practices, to using case studies, to incorporating technology, authors provide specific tools and resources to consider when delivering effective professional development related to this specific population of learners. A service publication of the National Association for Gifted Children (Washington, DC) This designation indicates that this book has been jointly developed with NAGC and that this book passes the highest standards of scholarship, research, and practice.