Professional issues in secondary teaching

Carrie Mercier, Carey Philpott, Helen Scott

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Abstract

How can I develop my identity as a teacher? How does engaging in research benefit my own teaching practice?
Becoming a successful teacher in secondary education requires a strong understanding of a wide range of professional teaching issues, including practical concerns such as curriculum development and learning through observation in the classroom, alongside key conceptual aspects such as critical reflection and understanding the nature of learning. This book addresses these issues alongside a range of additional important contemporary topics in secondary education.

Highlighting the importance for student teachers to enhance their development by engaging with research, Professional Issues in Secondary Teaching is designed to support professional studies modules on secondary initial teacher education including postgraduate and employment-based routes into teaching, and early career teachers seeking to enhance their practice.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages248
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2013

Keywords

  • professional issues
  • secondary teaching
  • teacher identity
  • teaching practice
  • professional teaching issues

Cite this

Mercier, C., Philpott, C., & Scott, H. (2013). Professional issues in secondary teaching.