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George June M & Lubben Fred (2002). « Facilitating teachers' professional growth through their involvement in creating context-based materials in science ». International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 22, n° 6, p. 659–672. ISSN 0738-0593. En ligne : <http://www.sciencedirec ... e/pii/S0738059301000335>. 
Added by: Catherine Reverdy (25 Mar 2015 21:27:16 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1016/S0738-0593(01)00033-5
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0738-0593
BibTeX citation key: George2002a
Categories: General
Keywords: Contextualisation, curriculum materials, International education
Creators: George, Lubben
Collection: International Journal of Educational Development
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URLs     http://www.science ... /S0738059301000335
Abstract     
This paper traces the professional growth of science teachers in Trinidad and Tobago through their involvement in the production of context-based resource materials relevant to the lives of their students during workshop sessions. Grounded theory methods were used to analyse pre- and post-workshop questionnaire responses, tape-recorded group discussions and several draft lesson outlines. The findings show that professional growth is indicated by changes in the nature of the contexts chosen as lesson foci, the role of these contexts in the overall lesson design, and teachers' perceptions of contextualised teaching. Conflicts between students' cultural and scientific understandings were not addressed by these teachers.
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