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Klein, Emily J.; Taylor, Monica – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
This self-study examines our use of video with a cohort of preservice teachers as a means to address the challenges we face as teacher educators who are working with candidates in extensive clinical practice. We came to video as a nuanced way to discuss and make meaning of complex practice and as a means of bridging theory and practice. We found…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Video Technology, Teacher Educators, Educational Technology
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Bohny, Brenna; Taylor, Monica; Clark, Sa-Qwona S.; D'Elia, Susan; Lobato-Creekmur, Graziela; Tarnowski, Stephanie Brown; Wasserman, Sara – Studying Teacher Education, 2016
Through a self-study methodology, six doctoral students and a professor examine how our semester long doctoral level class became a transformative space for all participants. We investigate how each individual was able to participate in the construction of a powerful and meaningful learning community, which led to a re-visioning of ourselves as…
Descriptors: Doctoral Degrees, College Faculty, Graduate Students, Doctoral Programs
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Taylor, Monica; Klein, Emily J.; Abrams, Linda – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This co/autoethnography uses our lens as university faculty to examine how engaging in a year-long self-study with mentors nurtured a complicated third space where we could together begin to reimagine our roles as teacher educators. Two secondary faculty members and a doctoral assistant used co/autoethnography to revisit a collaborative self-study…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs, Ethnography, Mentors
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Coia, Lesley; Taylor, Monica – Studying Teacher Education, 2013
What does it mean to be a feminist educator? How would we know if we were? We call ourselves feminist teachers and yet we have not focused on this identification and its influence on our teaching in some time. In this self-study, we set out to look at our practice-using co/autoethnography. As our study progressed, we began to realize that our…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Feminism, Epistemology, Teaching Methods