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《Peking University Education Review》 2008-01
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Pedagogical Sensitivity and Teachers Practical Knowing-in-Action

Max van Manen  
In everyday life in classrooms,the thousand and one things that teachers do,say,or do- not-do,all have practical pedagogical significance.Not only the objectives or goals of education but also the means and methods used all have pedagogical value and consequences for teaching and learning.This text explores the nature and significance of the practical forms of knowledge that teachers enact in(inter)active situations with their students.Teacher practical knowing-in-action requires pedagogical sensitivity and is described in terms of thoughtfulness and tact,embodied and pathic understanding.
【CateGory Index】: G451
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