Many of the Key Readings suggested for Chapters 3 on reflective practice very relevant for this chapter, including, for example, Schon and Stenhouse.
Key Readings for Chapter 4, on the principles of effective teaching and learning, are also highly pertinent to the enduring issues which have been identified. For example, see Good and Brophy, Darling Hammond or Hattie.
Developmental accounts of how expertise evolves through the interaction of practice and analysis are provided by:
- Shulman, L.S. (2004). The Wisdom of Practice - Essays on Teaching, Learning and Learning to Teach, San Francisco, Jossey Bass.
- Loughran, J. (2010) What Expert Teachers Do: Enhancing Professional Knowledge for Classroom Practice, London: Routledge.
- Flook, J., Ryan, M. and Hawkins, L. (2010) Professional Expertise: Practice, Theory and Education for Working in Uncertainty, London: Whiting and Birch.
- Eraut, M. (1994) Developing Professional Knowledge and Competence, London: Routledge.
- Winch, C. (2010) Dimensions of Expertise: A Conceptual Exploration of Vocational Knowledge, London: Continuum.
- Edwards, A. (2010) Being an Expert Professional Practitioner: the Relational Turn in Expertise, New York: Springer.