Scholarly Research Makes Education Dynamic

Blumenreich, Megan
October 2011
Teacher Education & Practice;Fall2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p447
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of scholarly research in education and learning, which is regarded to keep education dynamic. It says that scholarly research enables critical reflection, enable continual learning of teacher educators, and ensures that the teaching practice conforms to politics, policies, and understanding. It says that the research also helps teachers to transcend the role as consumer, technician, or receiver and become knowers and thinkers who bring school improvements.


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