In our book, On Being a Scholar-Practitioner: Wisdom in Action, we propose six qualities comprising a stance of scholarly practice: pedagogical wisdom, theoretical understanding, contextual literacy, ethical stewardship, metacognitive reflection, and aesthetic imagination. In addition, we suggest that Scholar-Practitioners engage in communities of practice to further their own capacity for scholarly practice; to share the wisdom they have gained through thoughtful study of their practice; and to advocate for quality education. The resources provided in the S-P Library relate to one or more of these ideas. They are not the result of exhaustive reviews. Rather they are materials that have informed our thinking, inspired light bulb moments, or provide portals to other relevant resources.
Preparing Scholar-Practitioner-Stewards: Considerations for the EdD
Diane Ravitch Joins the Klonsky Brothers on Hitting Left
Diane Ravitch The Author of Slaying Goliath on the Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan
Recorded at Books & Books in Coral Gables, Florida on January 31, 2020.
Host: Mitchell Kaplan