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Practice Wisdom and Wise Practice

Dancing between the Core and the Margins of Practice Discourse and Lived Practice
  • Joy Higgs
Part of the Practice, Education, Work and Society book series (PEWS)

Abstract

Professional practice is grounded and realised in being, doing, knowing and becoming, for individual practitioners and for communities of practice. Practice is released and enacted through metaphor, interpretation and narrative. Using dialogue and discourse we share our practices and our practice understandings.

Keywords

Emotional Intelligence Professional Practice Practical Wisdom Professional Judgement Practice Knowledge 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Joy Higgs
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  1. 1.The Education For Practice InstituteCharles Sturt UniversityAustralia

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