Realistic clinical practice: proposing an enquiry-based pedagogy for teacher education

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Boyd, Pete; Cathedrals Group of Universities;
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This chapter argues that teacher education in England, and more widely, should adopt an explicit pedagogy for initial teacher education programmes. A modified version of the clinical practice model is proposed and entitled 'realistic clinical practice'. This is an enqui... View more
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