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Melanie Walker

, and internalised personal professional virtues, motivated by a value commitment to public service ( Drydal Solbrekke & Karseth, 2006 ), and the draw of the intrinsic meanings of professional work. Thus, the version of professionalism and associated pedagogy advanced in this chapter seeks to advance

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Narelle Patton and Megan Smith

significant component, but it’s only a component of some one’s life. Charles Car Travel as a Space for Developing Practice Capabilities and Enhancing Wellbeing In this section, car travel has been revealed as a significant learning space that fostered holistic student development during clinical

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Conflict, Common Sense and the Thinking Society

The Perspective from Social Psychology

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Patrick F. Miller

most of these theories inadequately explain the existence of real dilemmas in practical living in that they tend to undervalue either the place of history or the thinking and argumentation of individuals. Rather than presenting dilemma as a genuine struggle for the individual or as playing a

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Evidence from Secondary School Teachers and Counsellors

Examples of Dilemmas across the Curriculum

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Patrick F. Miller

way. The survivor is faced with a dilemma: of letting the dead person go while still giving him space in life as a living if not palpable being … ( 1983 , p. 3) We can sometimes feel that our childhood has been irretrievably lost. For instance, we can return to our family, home and childhood haunts

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Edited by Holly J. Thornton

actions ( Ritchhart, 2001 ). In order to begin to understand how dispositions affect teaching, we need to have a lens through which to view them in the life of the classroom, where impactful decisions are made. This is where Dispositions in Action (DIA) come into play. Dispositions in Action help us

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Edited by Holly J. Thornton

, skilled, and motivated, but if they are working, interacting, or living with other people they need to know how to do that skillfully. We need to reexamine how we define intelligence. An essential part of intelligence is often neglected unless teachers are disposed to address it, namely emotional

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Game-Based Learning in the Dialogical Classroom

Videogames for Collaborative Reasoning about Morality and Ethics in Citizenship Education

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Filipa de Sousa

commutes from the role of a student interacting with his teacher and presenting an argument to the position of a game character living a difficult apocalyptic situation requiring decision-making. Episodes like this illustrate how participatory mechanisms of videogames assist with appropriation and

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Thomas Duus Henriksen

, P. Jarvis , V. Andersen , B. Elkjaer , & S. Høyrup (Eds.), Learning, working and living: Mapping the terrain of working life learning (pp. 85 – 101 ). New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan . Illeris , K. ( 2003 ). Towards a contemporary and comprehensive theory of learning

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Paul Tarpey

teachers can ‘enculturate’ through literature. McCallum argues, If anything, [Leavis’s work] sets creativity at a further remove from everyday life. It positions literature, the embodiment of creativity, not so much as a means to move individuals towards completion, but as a protection against the

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Staffan Selander, Victor Lim Fei, Mats Wiklund and Uno Fors

end up lulling the 1st world players into a larger-than-life perspective of the plight of the people in 3rd world countries. It also constructs an unhealthy paradigm of ‘us’ and the ‘others’. These ideas, while not intended by the game developers, nonetheless, present ethical issues, which must be