Professional Learning

Professional Learning: Gaps and Transitions on the Way from Novice to Expert (Innovation and Change in Professional Education)

2004 | 327 Pages | ISBN: 1402020651 | PDF | 2 MB

This book explores the teaching and training of, and learning by professionals prior to and during their professional life. It covers the development of expertise from novice status to high levels in a number of different domains and stages. The main idea of the book is that the path that leads through school and/or university to professional life comprises a process of continually transforming the repertoire of knowledge and skills that make up one's expertise. This point of view has brought together researchers from fields that are usually regarded as separate: psychology, sociology, management and organisation, and education. By connecting the different perspectives and disciplines, the book lays the foundation for an integrated view on professional learning and development, covering both theoretical and practical implications. Researchers and practitioners in the field of professional education as well as graduate students will find in this book a wealth of new ideas that are well grounded in theory and research.


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