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Developing reflective practice: learning about teaching and learning through modelling

Loughran, J, 1996, Developing reflective practice: learning about teaching and learning through modelling, Routledge Falmer Press, London.

Developing Reflective Practice is an Australian text which explores issues related to using reflection to enhance learning and improve your teaching practice. It also discusses ways of integrating your experience into written responses. This is a practical, useful book and is highly recommended for first year Education students and those new to journal writing.

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How to develop a professional portfolio: a manual for teachers, 3rd edn

Campbell, D, Bordi Cignetti, P, Melenyzer, B, Nettles, D and Wyman, R, 2004, How to develop a professional portfolio: a manual for teachers, 3rd edn, Pearson Education, Boston.

This manual provides you with career-long guidelines for organising the achievement of your professional goals. A valuable tool that guides you in the process of producing, organising and constructing a personalised portfolio that, as a collection of documents, provides evidence of your knowledge, dispositions and skills. Even though it requires some quiet time to absorb, there are many examples, samples and cues to lead you through the process. This text is suitable for both the newcomer and the veteran teacher.

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Writing the winning dissertation

Glatthorn, AA, 1998, Writing the winning dissertation, Corwin Press (Sage), Thousand Oaks, California.

Glatthorn provides a detailed account of the steps involved in the construction of a thesis. All his examples are from Education, so his book is particularly valuable for students in this discipline, but also has relevance to social science disciplines. Galtthorn's text is written primarily from a United States perspective, but despite differences between cultures, it is still a valuable resource for Australian students.

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Writing up research: experimental research report writing for students of English

Weissberg, R and Buker, S, 1990, Writing up research: experimental research report writing for students of English, Prentice Hall Regents.

This text is a very good guide to report and research writing for all university standards with samples of research writing from most disciplines including Science, Business, Engineering and Psychology (none from IT). It will guide you in developing your ability to write up the results of your own research in the form of technical reports, theses, dissertations and journal articles by engaging you in the academic writing conventions of the genre. Each chapter includes step-by-step procedures to guide you though the entire process of writing an original report.

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