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Deskilling in the education of teachers involves breaking down their tasks and delegating them to low-skill workers. This book encourages teachers to resist deskilling, to develop the ability to teach themselves and to become empowered.
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This text seeks to provide postgraduate students of education with a critique of teachers' work in an era marked by top-down, technical standards, and urges for a return to positivist notions of teaching. In addition to this, it urges teachers - as both producers and consumers of knowledge - to engage in the debate on educational research by undertaking meaningful teacher research. This book will encourage teachers to reflect on and challenge the type of technicist research methodology and thinking that precipitates in low-level and low-quality work.
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