Dimensions of Expertise and Their Relevance to Teaching

In Teachers' Know‐How. Wiley. pp. 39–57 (2017)
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This chapter will consider the kinds of knowledge and know‐how that practitioners of occupations are expected to possess. It will begin by reviewing the literature on know‐how and attempting a conceptual map of this terrain, showing where teaching or, rather, various conceptions of teaching are located on it. The endpoint of this investigation will be the development of a typology of teachers and their know‐how, which will then be examined in more detail in subsequent chapters.

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