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Does the teaching profession still need universities?

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Throughout his career, a core theme running through Eric Hoyle's writing has been his concern with the development of the teaching profession. Building on the work of classic American sociologists such as Everett Hughes and D.C. Lortie, for over 30 years Hoyle has been an observer, commentator and analyst of the teaching profession in England, highlighting advances, challenges and contradictions in the profession's changing fortunes. One factor that Hoyle has consistently seen as important in...

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10.1007/978-1-4020-8186-6_6

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, Education
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Pages:
85-97
Host title:
Teaching: Professionalization, Development and Leadership: Festschrift for Professor Eric Hoyle
Publication date:
2009
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URN:
uuid:b9c4bff4-bbe9-41da-b4d3-9c80246d95a6
Source identifiers:
447651
Local pid:
pubs:447651
ISBN:
9781402065316

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