Paradoxes and Antinomies in the Professional Acting of Teachers

Karl Prokopp


Teachers continually experience boundaries in their work which are almost impossible to overcome. Particular acts, contradictory in themselves, hinder the development of pupils' learning processes. Differences in space, time and worlds of meaning lead again and again to false suppositions and to decisions and behavior which cannot be understood in the right way and which then result in failing interactions.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0001297


difficulties of boundary; antinomies; paradoxes; learning processes; school-developmental research


Copyright (c) 2000 Karl Prokopp

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