ISSN 0260-7476, Online ISSN: 1360-0540
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Masterliness in the teaching profession: global issues and local developments
Velle, Linda la
The place of community in professional development: a study of newly qualified teachers and newly appointed heads of department engaged in the Masters in Teaching and Learning
Bryan, Hazel; Blunden, Jillian
Education of Finnish student teachers for purposeful teaching
Tirri, Kirsi; Ubani, Martin
Teacher development through the Masters in Teaching and Learning: a lost opportunity
Castle, Karen; Peiser, Gillian; Smith, Elizabeth
Reclaiming the ground of master’s education for teachers: lessons to be learned from a case study of the East Midlands Masters in Teaching and Learning
Bailey, Mary; Sorensen, Pete
Alternatives to a master’s degree as the new gold standard in teaching: a narrative inquiry of global citizenship teacher education in Japan and Canada
Howe, Edward R.
Catching the sparks: an evaluation of the early development of a novel master’s degree in teaching and learning
Sorensen, Nicholas; Velle, Linda la
Masterly preparation: embedding clinical practice in a graduate pre-service teacher education programme
McLean Davies, Larissa; Anderson, Melody; Deans, Jan; Dinham, Stephen; Griffin, Patrick; Kameniar, Barbara; Page, Jane; Reid, Catherine; Rickards, Field; Tayler, Collette; Tyler, Debra
Coaching of staff in schools: what can we learn from the new role of the Masters in Teaching and Learning in-school coach for schools and the higher education tutors working alongside them?
Anderson, Julie; Gristy, Cath
Criticality and the practice-based MA: an argument drawn from teaching on the Masters in Teaching and Learning (MTL)
Goddard, Roy; Payne, Mark
What makes a handbook?
Bullough, Robert V.
Teacher education in sub-Saharan Africa: closer perspectives
Professional capital: transforming teaching in every school
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