There is a strong sense in 'Critiquing Praxis' that new kinds of engagements between teacher education, schooling and the education profession will be needed to confront the new situation of schooling in the Netherlands ' and these messages are also helpful to readers outside the Netherlands who must also confront changed social conditions for education (as we seem to do everywhere in the post-industrial world). This multi-dimensional perspective ' historical and policy depth, social 'breadth' and a sense of how innovations are being forged in the Dutch context ' gives an unusually rounded view of the teaching profession in the Netherlands. Other analysts might see the situation of the education profession in the Netherlands from other perspectives, but this volume makes a singular contribution by giving a strong and coherent sense of context against and in which to evaluate change and the need for change in the education professions in the Netherlands.
|Title of host publication||Critiquing Praxis|
|Subtitle of host publication||Conceptual and empirical trends in the teaching profession|
|Editors||Petri Salo Petri Salo, Jan Ax|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
Kemmis, S., Moksnes Furu, E., Hesselfors Arktoft, E., Ronnerman, K., Salo, P., Mattsson, M., & Waldenstrom, C. (2008). Reflections on 'Critiquing Praxis'. In P. S. P. Salo, & J. Ax (Eds.), Critiquing Praxis: Conceptual and empirical trends in the teaching profession (11 ed., Vol. 2, pp. 203-214). Sense Publishers.