Autobiography and teacher development in China: subjectivity and culture in curriculum reform

New York: Palgrave-Macmillan (2015)
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Autobiography and Teacher Development in China investigates the roles of autobiography in teacher education, as several scholars in China recontextualize Western conceptions of teacher development, combining them with uniquely Chinese cultural conceptions to articulate a reconceptualization of teacher development that holds worldwide significance. Framed by the work of Zhang Hua and William F. Pinar, these theoretical and practical essays point to an internationally inflected reconceptualization of teachers' professional development, pre-service and in-service. This volume addresses multiple movements of teacher education reform worldwide, focused on crafting a nationally distinctive course not only internationally, but also culturally, historically, and locally.

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