Individual, School, and National Factors Impacting Teachers' Workplace Learning

Individual, School, and National Factors Impacting Teachers' Workplace Learning

Discourses of Informal Learning in North America and Lithuania

Taylor & Francis Ltd

08/2021

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Part I: Multiple Layers of Workplace Learning 1. The Complexity of Teacher Learning 2. Researching Informal Teacher Learning 3. Portraits of Teachers Part II: Teachers as Learners 4. Dispositions: Opportunistic-Proactive Learners' Continuum 5. Sources of Learning: Individual-Social Leaners' Continuum 6. Reactions to Dilemmas: Emotional-Cognitive Learners' Continuum 7. Orientation to Problems for Learning: Self-Teaching-Oriented Problems 8. Engagement in Learning Process: Spontaneous-Deliberate Part III: School Cultures as Contexts for Informal Workplace Learning 9. A Midwestern Elementary School in the USA 10. A Lithuanian School with Instruction in Russian Language 11. A Lithuanian School with Instruction in Lithuanian Language Part IV: National Educational Cultures and Teacher Informal Workplace Learning 12. Centralization versus decentralization in educational systems 13. Teaching children versus teaching curriculum 14. Market-driven structure of professional development and evaluation versus structures motivating teachers' professional growth 15. Teacher identities in a culture that is relatively stable versus a culture that has undergone a radical change 16. Final Thoughts
Cognitive learners; Continuing Professional Development; CPD; Discourses of Informal Learning in North America and Lithuania; Discourse Analysis; Elena Jurasaite-O'Keefe; Individual, School, and National Factors Impacting Teachers' Workplace Learning; Informal Learning; Inservice teachers; Language of Instruction; Lithuania; Lithuanian as a language of instruction; National educational cultures; Proactive learners; Professional Growth; Russian as a language of instruction; Social learners; Teacher education; Teacher identities; United States; Veteran teachers' learning; Workplace learning