Learning Management: Transitioning teacher for national and international change

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This book provides the student of 'teaching' and the in-service teacher with a structured series of professional readings and a coordinated course of action designed to produce pedagogical strategies to achieve learning outcomes. It reflects a transition from the teacher construct of the 1990s to the education practitioner that is appropriate for an emerging knowledge in the 21st century. By David Lynch and Richard Smith (editors).

  • Chapter 1. Learning management: transitioning teachers for national and international change /​ Richard Smith, David Lynch and Bruce Allen Knight
  • ch. 2. Australian schooling: what future? /​ David Lynch and Richard Smith
  • ch. 3. What is learning? Current knowledge and theories /​ Kim Nichols
  • ch. 4. Entrepreneurial professionalism and learning management /​ Clive Graham and Bruce Allen Knight
  • ch. 5. Teaching students with special needs /​ Bruce Allen Knight
  • ch. 6. E-learning: a catalyst for a futures orientation /​ Paul O'Neill and Bruce Allen Knight
  • ch. 7. Transdiciplinary knowledge production and learning management /​ Clive Graham and Richard Smith
  • ch. 8. Building resilence in learning managers
  • ch. 9. The design and execution of learning experiences: the learning management plan /​ David Lynch, Richard Smith and Tina Doe
  • ch. 10. The design and execution of learning experience: the learning experience plan and the unit of work /​ David Lynch, Tina Doe and Richard Smith
  • ch. 11. Portal task: know it and do it! /​ Paul O'Neill, Bruce Allen Knight and David Lynch.