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Professionalism2
1 Definition
1.1 Sexton's 5 attributes of professionalism
1.1.1 Spirit of altuism
1.1.2 High degree of autonomy
1.1.2.1 JC Reform promotes more autonomy
1.1.2.1.1 More freedom with lack of state exam
1.1.2.1.2 Focus on holistic development
1.1.2.1.2.1 Altruism
1.1.2.2 Limits to autonomy
1.1.2.2.1 Exam performativity
1.1.2.2.2 Set curriculum
1.1.2.3 'Legendary autonomy' (OECD, 1991)
1.1.2.3.1 Choice of pedagogy
1.1.2.3.2 Freedom of day to day content
1.1.3 Teaching compared poorly to other professions
1.1.4 Is teaching a semi- Profesion?
1.2 'Paid to teach' Tichenor & Tichenor (2005)
1.3 Making the big decisions
1.4 Being a passionate teacher
1.5 Something you are qualified to do
1.6 Status, Excellence, Autonomy
1.6.1 Phelps (2006) 'Excellence as a critical criteria'
2 Constructing Professionalism
2.1 CPD
2.2 collegial and collaborative
2.3 Expertise in your area
2.4 Following codes of conduct
2.4.1 Teaching Council's Codes of Professional Conduct
2.4.1.1 ‘Having a code of conduct is the norm for regulated professions' (The Teaching Council 2012)
2.4.1.2 Ethical values
2.4.1.2.1 Care
2.4.1.2.1.1 Altruism
2.4.1.2.2 Respect
2.4.1.2.3 Integrity
2.4.1.2.4 Trust
2.5 Fulfilling extra rolls
2.6 Achieving grades
3 Entrepreneurial vs. Activist
3.1 best interests of student learning
3.2 Improving conditions of schools
3.3 Altruistic
3.4 Emancipatory aims
3.5 Business like terms
3.5.1 Efficient
3.5.2 Accountable
3.5.3 Regulative
3.5.4 Responsible
4 Old & New Professionalism
4.1 Old
4.1.1 Exclusive membership
4.1.2 Conservative
4.1.3 Self-interst
4.1.4 Slow to change
4.2 New
4.2.1 Inclusive membership
4.2.2 Collaborative & Collegial
4.2.3 Activist
4.2.4 Responsive to change
4.2.5 Knowledge building
5 Hargreaves 4 phases of teacher professionalism
5.1 the autonomous professional
5.1.1 Possibly most successful age?
5.2 The colegial profession
5.3 Post-professional age
5.3.1 We are entering this stage
5.3.2 Conflict
5.3.2.1 De-professionalizing of teaching
5.3.2.2 Re-defining teacher professionalism
5.3.2.3 vs.
5.4 Pre-professional
6 Berliner (1988)
6.1 Novice stage
6.2 Competence stage
6.3 Proficiency stage
6.4 Expert stage
6.4.1 What makes an expert?
7 Neoliberalism
7.1 Economy driven
7.2 Efficiency
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