Reflections on Teaching: Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn
by Vito Perrone - 1997
This article is essentially an autobiographical reflection on forty years of teaching. It makes use of various accounts of schooling and teacher education practice, placing against them some of my experience and questions. Among the areas explored are the following: the continuities of teaching across the various levels, progressive teaching practice, matters of race in schools and in society, teaching for understanding, teacher education, knowing the students, learning communities, teaching as a moral and intellectual formulation, and constructive pedagogy.
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