The Conundrum of Teachers’ Expertise

Richard Kimbell
2012, Vol. 17, No. 3,

Abstract


Last week, ministers said academies could hire staff
who were experts in their field, even if they did not have
qualified teacher status (QTS). The government says the
new rules will help schools to improve faster. Ministers
say it will allow these schools to hire professionals who
are experts in their field, such as scientists, engineers,
musicians and linguists who may not have QTS.
(BBC News 1st Aug 2012)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-19076852

You may not have consciously thought about them, but
you will be familiar with the two basic modes of operation
of the mind.

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