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Pale, Maryanne – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
This article offers a new model, the Ako Conceptual Framework (ACF), as a theoretical proposition to add to the critical discourse and development of culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogies within the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. By drawing on the socio-cultural theory and the concept of Zone of Proximal Development, the ACF…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Epistemology
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Singh, Parlo; Heimans, Stephen – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
Parlo Singh is a leading contemporary sociologist of education and world-renowned "Bernstein" scholar. In this interview with Stephen Heimans, Parlo discusses important aspects of her teaching and research journey. She highlights the interconnections between these and discusses her relationship with Basil Bernstein's oeuvre and the work…
Descriptors: Educational Sociology, Educational Research, Educational Theories, Scholarship
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Jones, Tiffany – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
Pre-service teacher education on LGBTI rights and inclusion is impacted by multiple conflicting education governance provisions carrying different risks and duties for teachers. Pre-service teacher education has an international reach -- catering to both international pre-service teachers and domestic pre-service teachers destined for careers and…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Preservice Teacher Education, LGBTQ People, Inclusion
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Daniel, Leah – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2018
Teacher educators need to better understand how pre-service teachers make decisions that lead them to enact particular content knowledge in their lessons. Lesson observations can be used to examine the content knowledge manifesting in teaching actions and stimulated recall interviews can offer insights into teaching decisions. However,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Decision Making, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries
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Burridge, Peter; Hooley, Neil; Neal, Greg – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Conceptualising teacher learning as being immersed in and arising from the totality of professional practice, this paper reports experiences and insights from practice-based teacher education. Initial data are drawn from two sites of seven involved in the federally funded School Centres for Teaching Excellence programme conducted in the state of…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education, College School Cooperation
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Shann, Steve – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
A pre-service teacher clashes with his mentor and the practicum ends badly. There is distress and a sense of failure all round. Questions get asked. Was the pre-service teacher simply unsuited to this demanding profession? Was the teacher education inadequate? Was the mentor a good fit? Were there the right kinds of support in place? Was the…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Scholarship, Preservice Teachers, Mentors
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Lambert, David; Biddulph, Mary – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
There is widespread system response to the perceived needs of education for twenty-first century, where learning-to-learn is privileged and schools are organised to prepare young people for work. One casualty of such skills-led teaching is deep thinking about curriculum questions and the knowledge contents of teaching in relation to the needs,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum Design, Intellectual Disciplines, Teacher Education
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Shann, Steve; Germantse, Hannah; Pittard, Libby; Cunneen, Rachel – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
Margaret Somerville has suggested that a new methodology of postmodern emergence might allow researchers to disrupt the taken-for-granted and provide fresh insight into familiar problems. One such familiar problem is the doubt and disillusion many early-career teachers experience, both during their teacher education and in their first years.…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Postmodernism, Secondary School Teachers
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Säfström, Carl Anders – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
In this text, which was originally delivered as a speech, I discuss the massive critique of teachers in the public discourse on education in Sweden over the last decade. I speak in defence of teachers, and since I am a teacher I speak in defence of myself. The critique of teachers, schooling, and teacher education has been so overbearing that a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching (Occupation), Educational Attitudes, Public Speaking
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Qian, Haiyan; Walker, Allan – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2013
On-going curriculum reform in China demands that teachers and principals shift their norms of practice to facilitate student learning. Principals are expected to take a more hands-on approach and work more collaboratively with teachers towards curriculum change. This paper presents case studies of how principals in three different schools in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Academic Achievement
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Kriewaldt, Jeana – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2012
Teaching standards are regularly described as a mechanism for improving the status of the teaching profession and as a means to develop high-quality teachers. Less attention has been paid to the difficulties of fostering professional learning when externally produced standards are imposed on teachers. This paper outlines how lesson study can…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Standards, Teaching Methods, Communities of Practice
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Harrison, Neil – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2012
This paper applies the work of Jacques Lacan, a French psychoanalyst, to decipher the desire of the teacher in Aboriginal education. It argues that the images of Aboriginal people represented in Australian classrooms are effects of the teacher's Imaginary, the Imaginary being one of the three psychoanalytic domains theorised by Lacan over a period…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Teacher Education, Indigenous Populations, Intellectual Property
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Garrett, Robyne; Wrench, Alison – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2012
The body is a powerful symbolic form and all bodily activities are expressions of culture. The look, size, shape and physicality of bodies are perceived by all and compared to particular cultural standards. In this way the body is inscribed with culture and can serve as a site for social control. Various discourses of the body, including those…
Descriptors: Social Control, Teacher Educators, Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers
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Cornish, Linley; Jenkins, Kathy Ann – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2012
Learning to become a teacher is a developmental process, part of which is learning to become a reflective practitioner. The authors have implemented a structured approach to developing the habits of critical reflection, the purpose of which is to guide their university students (who are pre-service teachers) to progress through the stages of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Professional Development, Reflective Teaching, Teaching Methods
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Cuervo, Hernan – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2012
The sustained disadvantages suffered by rural schools place the concept of social justice at the centre of any discussion of rural education. However, too often a one-size-fits-all model is adopted that equates it with distribution of resources. Drawing on Iris Marion Young's work, this paper instead demonstrates the necessity of adopting a plural…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Rural Schools, Foreign Countries, Rural Education
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