|The Malawi Integrated In-Service Teacher Education Project: An Analysis of the Curriculum and Its Delivery in the Colleges (CIE, 2000, 75 p.)|
|List of Appendices|
General Pedagogical Knowledge, with special reference to those broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organisation that appear to transcend subject matter.
Curriculum Knowledge, with particular grasp of the materials and progammes that serve as tools of the trade for teachers.
Pedagogical Content Knowledge, that special amalgam of content and pedagogy that is uniquely the province of teachers, their own special form of professional understanding.
Knowledge of Learners and their characteristics.
Knowledge of Educational Contexts, ranging from the workings of the group or classroom, the governance and financing of school districts, to the character of communities and cultures.
Knowledge of Educational Ends, Purposes and Values, and their philosophical and historical grounds.
From: Lee S. Shulman (1987) Knowledge and Teaching: Foundations of the New Reform in Harvard Educational Review, 57 (1) [p.8]