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Autor: Nick Hopwood
ISBN-13: 9783319342931
Einband: Previously published in hardcover
Seiten: 372
Gewicht: 611 g
Format: 236x157x23 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Professional Practice and Learning

.15, Professional and Practice-based Learning
Times, Spaces, Bodies, Things
Part I Professional, Theoretical, and Empirical Foundations.- 1. Introduction.- 2 Professional Practice Context, Research Site and Partnership.- 3 Sociomaterialism, practice theory, and workplace learning.- 4 Ethnographic Underpinnings.- Part II Four Dimensions of Professional Practices and Learning.- 5. Times and Professional Practices.- 6 Spaces and Professional Practices.- 7 Bodies and Professional Practices.- 8 Things and Professional Practices.- Part III Professional Learning, Partnership and Practice.- 9 Professional Learning as Attuning, Connecting and Sensitising.- 10 Professional Learning in Pedagogic Practices.- 11 Conclusions.- Index.
This book explores important questions about the relationship between professional practice and learning, and implications of this for how we understand professional expertise. Focusing on work accomplished through partnerships between practitioners and parents with young children, the book explores how connectedness in action is a fluid, evolving accomplishment, with four essential dimensions: times, spaces, bodies, and things. Within a broader sociomaterial perspective, the analysis draws on practice theory and philosophy, bringing different schools of thought into productive contact, including the work of Schatzki, Gherardi, and recent developments in cultural historical activity theory. The book takes a bold view, suggesting practices and learning are entwined but distinctive phenomena. A clear and novel framework is developed, based on this idea. The argument goes further by demonstrating how new, coproductive relationships between professionals and clients can intensify the pedagogic nature of professional work, and showing how professionals can support others' learning when the knowledge they are working with, and sense of what is to be learned, are uncertain, incomplete, and fragile.
Autor: Nick Hopwood
Nick Hopwood is a Chancellor's Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Technology, Sydney, and a member of the Centre for Research in Learning and Change. He has a strong track record of published work and relevant experience of book authorship. From 2004 to the present, he has published 17 journal articles, 5 book chapters, a joint-authored book (Rickinson, Lundholm & Hopwood, Environmental Learning: Insights from Research into the Student Experience, Springer, 2009), and a monograph (Geography in Secondary Schools: Researching Pupils' Classroom Experiences, Continuum, 2012). He has edited two special issues of international journals, and has served as a book-review editor. His publications trace a long interest in framing empirical problems in relation to learning, practice and work in different contexts.
Autor: Nick Hopwood
ISBN-13:: 9783319342931
ISBN: 3319342932
Verlag: Springer, Berlin, Springer International Publishing, Springer
Gewicht: 611g
Seiten: 372
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 236x157x23 mm, 26 SW-Abb.