Teachers Matter: Connecting Work, Lives And Effectiveness
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Mar 1, 2007 - Education - 296 pages
This book addresses issues such as the importance of career development, the relationships between school leadership, culture and teachers lives, maintaining a work-life balance, identity and well-being and the connection between commitment, resilience and effectiveness in the classroom.
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policy agendas and social trends
a synergistic approach
expectations experiences perceptions
a research informed view of career long effectiveness
agency vulnerability and professional identities
Chapter 7 What helps and hinders teachers capacities to be effective
Chapter 8 Teacher effectiveness pupil attainment
Chapter 9 Teachers who break the mould
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