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Schaafsma, David; Pagnucci, Gian; Wallace, Rob; Stock, Patricia Lambert – English Education, 2007
Narrative inquiry in English education comes in many shapes and forms--tales of classrooms and communities, didactic argu-stories, postmodern pastiches, open tales with O. Henry endings--but the heart of the enterprise is research in the form of story or, in other words, exploring the world by telling a story about it. In many such tales, all of…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Story Telling, Tales, Personal Narratives
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DiPardo, Anne; Whitney, Anne; Fleischer, Cathy; Johnson, Tara Star; Mayher, John; McCracken, Nancy; Miller, Janet; Stock, Patricia Lambert; Zancanella, Don; Zuidema, Leah – English Education, 2006
This piece was guided by the framing question "How can CEE [Conference on English Education] help its constituencies, the broader public, and policymakers understand the relationship between research and teaching?" The authors consider the usefulness of a range of empirical traditions; explore how expert language arts teachers read, conduct, and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Theory Practice Relationship, Teaching (Occupation), Research Utilization
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Stock, Patricia Lambert – English Education, 2001
Argues that reflective practitioners use unfamiliar research methods and forums for publication, methods and forums that have not yet been recognized as legitimate or authorized to build the base of knowledge that informs their practice. Draws attention to the forms and forums in which reflective practitioners work. (SC)
Descriptors: Educational Research, English Instruction, Higher Education, Reflective Teaching
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Stock, Patricia Lambert – English Education, 1996
Demonstrates how the work published in "English Education" between 1994 and 1996 figures within the larger body of what has come to be called post-modern scholarship. Defines postmodernism and then considers how the work published in "English Education" contributes to postmodern thought and to the study and teaching of…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Educational History, Higher Education, Language
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Stock, Patricia Lambert – English Education, 1993
Demonstrates the centrality of the anecdote in productive teacher talk. Argues for its wider recognition in educational research that has as its aim better teaching and learning. (RS)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Interpersonal Communication