The following is a selection of readers for anyone interested in dipping their top into the literature around teacher expertise. Titles highlighted with an * are probably the best place to start.
- Berliner (1998) The development of expertise in pedagogy
- *Berliner (2004) Describing the behavior and documenting the accomplishments of expert teachers
- *Deans for Impact (2017) Practice with purpose: The emerging science of teacher expertise
- *Ericsson (2015) Acquisition and maintenance of medical expertise: A perspective from the expert-performance approach with deliberate practice
- Ericsson & Pool (2016) Peak: Secrets from the new science of expertise
- Hambrick et al. (2018) Toward a multifactorial model of expertise: beyond born vs made
- Hattie (2003) Teachers make a difference: What is the research evidence?
- Kahneman & Klein (2009) Conditions for intuitive expertise: a failure to disagree
- Kalyuga et al. (2012) Educational implications of expertise reversal effects in learning and performance of complex cognitive and sensorimotor skills (£)
- *Mccrea (2018) Expert teaching: What is it, and how might we develop it?
- Schempp, Tan & McCullick (2002) The practices of expert teachers
- Schmidt & Rikers (2007) How expertise develops in medicine: Knowledge encapsulation and illness script formation (£)
- Sternberg & Horvath (1995) A prototype view of expert teaching
- Stronge et al. (2011) What makes good teachers good? A cross-case analysis of the connection between teacher effectiveness and student achievement (£)
- Westerman (1995) Expert and novice teacher decision making
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