Learning, Media and Technology, 37 3 , 213-219. However since the 1970s there have been changes in society affecting the way all professions are viewed. Changes to the medical profession following the case of Harold Shipman were highlighted with the current usage of the term altruism by members of the profession. Restructuring the truth of schooling : essays on discursive practices in the sociology and politics of education - a festschrift for Hannu Simola. J: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The issues of professional knowledge, institutions, power, ethics, work-patterns and identities are explored afresh in this scholarly work.
Thesis, Queensland University of Technology, Faculty of Education, Brisbane. Approach The historical course of medical professionalism was examined looking at changes in the way the profession viewed itself and how doctors were regarded by the public. Retrieved Sept 29, 2015, from jamespaulgee. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38 12. Qualitative Data Analysis A Methods Sourcebook 3rd ed. Personal learning environments, social media, and self-regulated learning: A natural formula for connecting formal and informal learning. Researching academic literacy practices around Twitter: performative methods and their onto-ethical implications.
Changing modes of teacher professionalism: traditional, managerial, collaborative and democratic; 4. Academic development in a world of informal learning about teaching and student learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 33 1 , 67-77. Exposing learning at work: results from a recent survey. In England the focus has been on the imposition of a prescriptive form of governmental professionalism across the whole post-compulsory education sector, including adult and community-based education. The book will be useful to those individuals who are embarking or already engaging in work on a professional doctorate while also appealing to a broader readership who are interested in the range of issues affecting professionals who work in education, in its most all-embracing sense.
Popular culture as a public pedagogy. Developing professional knowledge and competence. Research in educational sciences 48. From informal learning to identity formation: a conceptual journey in early teacher development. Ethical issues in professional life; 6.
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Learning in 140 characters: Microblogging for Professional Learning. Widening participation in higher education: international perspectives. Research in Learning Technology, 21 21274. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28 4 , 336-349. Data was collected and analysed from participant Twitter profiles and subsequent interviews explored professional learning on Twitter with participants. Contents: Foreword; Preface; Contributors; 1. Bamber, Tribes and Territories in the 21st Century Rethinking the significance of disciplines in higher education pp.
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Case Study Research: Design and Methods 5 Ed. Ethical issues in professional life. International Journal for Academic Development, 20 2 , 109-112. In: Adult Education in Neoliberal Times. It drew on the socio-cultural changes of the latter half of the twentieth century as well as the rise in medical malpractice cases to show how these have influenced professional values. New York: Cambridge University Press.