Improvisation and teacher expertise: implications for the professional development of outstanding teachers

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Sorensen, N;

This paper reports on the findings of a PhD research project into the improvisatory nature of teacher expertise. The data is taken from a series of comparative case studies of seven experienced teachers working in secondary schools in the South West of England and who h... View more
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