- Addresses the teacher’s role in forming tomorrow’s citizens
- Proposes a wide framework analyze the journey from becoming a teacher to international professional development
- Explores what it means to be a teacher in challenging and uncertain times
- Embraces implications from a global perspective
This text “Identity and Teacher Professional Development” arises for several reasons:
- Springer offers the possibility of having short publications and this is reassuring for a first experience;
- You are accompanied in writing and editing (thanks!)
- It allowed me to put on the table some conceptual points that I like to find when I reflect on teacher professional learning.
total of 4222 Access until today! Someone has read it, or at least downloaded it :)
Here is the review of the book:
Lan Yi & Ju Wen (2022): Identity and teacher professional development: a reflective, collaborative and agentive learning journey, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, DOI: 10.1080/02188791.2022.2107758
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/02188791.2022.2107758
I open a new line of posts: those related to my academic publications! It is not an easy exercise to verbalize the “why” and the “so what” of academic publications. I will limit myself to sharing some “sidedish” information about the academic paper/book.