Book 2008

Teaching: Professionalization, Development and Leadership

Festschrift for Professor Eric Hoyle


ISBN: 978-1-4020-8185-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-8186-6 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

  2. The Professionalization of Teaching

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-8

      Hoyle: Ambiguity, Serendipity, and Playfulness

    2. Chapter

      Pages 11-24

      The Predicament of the Teaching Profession and the Revival of Professional Authority: A Parsonian Perspective

    3. Chapter

      Pages 25-43

      Under ‘Constant Bombardment’: Work Intensification and the Teachers' Role

    4. Chapter

      Pages 45-65

      Teacher Professionalization in Hong Kong: Historical Perspectives

    5. Chapter

      Pages 67-81

      Teacher Professional Identity Under Conditions of Constraint

  3. Teachers and Their Development

    1. Chapter

      Pages 85-97

      Does the Teaching Profession Still Need Universities?

    2. Chapter

      Pages 99-117

      Professional Development for School Improvement: Are Changing Balances of Control Leading to the Growth of a New Professionalism?

    3. Chapter

      Pages 119-138

      Teacher Professionalism and Teacher Education in Hong Kong

    4. Chapter

      Pages 139-155

      The Enablement of Teachers in the Developing World: Comparative Policy Perspectives

  4. Leadership and Management in Support of Teachers

    1. Chapter

      Pages 159-179

      Professional Learning Communities and Teachers' Professional Development

    2. Chapter

      Pages 181-198

      Towards Effective Management of a Reformed Teaching Profession

    3. Chapter

      Pages 199-213

      Organization and Leadership in Education: Changing Direction

    4. Chapter

      Pages 215-232

      The Development of Educational Leaders in Malaysia: The Creation of a Professional Community

  5. Teaching as a Profession: Personal Perspectives

    1. Chapter

      Pages 235-247

      Professional Freedom: A Personal Perspective

    2. Chapter

      Pages 249-254

      From Loose to Tight and Tight to Loose: How Old Concepts Provide New Insights

    3. Chapter

      Pages 255-262

      The Place of Theory in the Professional Training of Teachers

    4. Chapter

      Pages 263-270

      Comparative Perspectives on the Changing Roles of Teachers

    5. Chapter

      Pages 271-282

      The Role of the Private Sector in Higher Education in Malaysia

    6. Reflections

      1. Chapter

        Pages 285-304

        Changing Conceptions of Teaching as a Profession: Personal Reflections

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 305-317