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He quotes Lawlor, for instance, who, he says, seems to believe 'that successful school teaching depends, like a successful day at the races, on only a few good tips'. Moreover, the idea that expertise in teaching needs only practice to feed on is 'quite inadequate'; it does not take account of the complex 'cognitive and affective developments' involved in learning to teach and in becoming a better teacher. Central to McIntyre's exploration of his theme is the ideadeveloped by Lawrence Stenhousethat teachers develop professional understanding and expertise by careful reflection on their own practice.
JEAN RUDDUCK SPRING, 1994 Page viii Acknowledgements The five lectures reprinted here were originally produced as separate booklets (School of Education Publications, University of East Anglia) for the Lawrence Stenhouse Memorial Trust. John Elliott's lecture has also been printed in his book, Action Research for Educational Change, published by the Open University Press, 1991. , published by Lawrence and Wishart Ltd. Page ix About the Contributors Tony Edwards is Dean of Education at the University of Newcastle where he has been Professor of Education since 1979.