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Improving Incentives to Learning in the Workplace

Grant reference: L139251005

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Individuals, communities of practice and the policy context : school teachers' learning in their workplace
Current theorising about learning at work comes from a predominantly participatory perspective, emphasising the social and communal dimensions of learning. This paper seeks to develop such a perspective further, devoting particular attention to the interrelationships between individual worker dispositions to learning, community of practice and wider organisational and policy contexts. This is done through the case study examination of the learning of one secondary school teacher, and of the art department of which she was part.
Original Document
10.1080/01580370309284
English

Primary contributor

Author Phil Hodkinson

Additional contributors

Co-author Heather Hodkinson

Additional details

25
1
Yes
0158-037X
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
01 May 2003
3-21
Abingdon
Post-print
Studies in continuing education

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Harvard

Hodkinson, Phil and Hodkinson, Heather (2003) Individuals, communities of practice and the policy context : school teachers' learning in their workplace. Studies in continuing education. 25 (1), pp. 3-21 Abingdon: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Vancouver

Hodkinson Phil and Hodkinson Heather. Individuals, communities of practice and the policy context : school teachers' learning in their workplace. Studies in continuing education 2003; 25 (1): 3-21.