Stephen Rowland explores the relationship between the turor (or facilitator) and the professional worker on post-experience professional courses. His emphasis in on the processes of reflection and enquiry in professional learning and is not content specific. Drawing upon his experience as a course tutor and the perspectives of students, he suggests an approach to professional learing which is firmly rooted in the experience and interests of the student.
Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction. 2. An Interpretive Approach to Teaching and Learning. 3. The Dilemmas of Negotiation. 4. Confronting the Unknown: A Case Study. 5. The Story of the Silent Woman: Reflections on Power. 6. In the Eye of Understanding. 7. Learning from Evaluation and Assessment. 8. where does This Get Us To? References.
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