Designing education for professional expertise development.
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Number of pages
SourceScandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 61, 2, (2017), pp. 187-204
18 januari 2016
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Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research
SubjectCultivating Creativity in Education; The professional development of teachers; Institute for Management Research; De professionele ontwikkeling van leraren
How to facilitate learning by novices (students) on their road to expertise has attracted the attention of a vast number of researchers in cognitive and educational psychology as well in the field of learning and instruction. Although many studies have investigated the phenomenon of expertise development, the implications of the findings for instruction are scattered throughout the literature. This article reports the results of a systematic literature review of 37 studies on expertise development. Using Tynjälä's Integrative Pedagogy Model as an organising framework, the implications for educational practice described in these studies are presented as 10 instructional principles. This study takes a step towards translating expertise development research into guidelines for instruction. Implications for future research are discussed.
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