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Clift, Renée T. – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
Author Renee T. Clift provides this commentary on the articles presented in this issue of "Studying Teacher Education." Clift begins by writing that while this issue of the journal gives voice to teacher educators who are seeking to better understand and improve their work with teacher candidates during the practicum experience, she…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Practicums, Teacher Educators, Expertise
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MacKinnon, Allan – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
This issue of "Studying Teacher Education" is devoted to researching the experience of practicum in teacher education. They come from a multi-year research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Located at four Canadian universities, the five authors of this special issue investigated the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Practicums, Preservice Teacher Education, Transformative Learning
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Pinnegar, Stefinee – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
This article provides the author's comments on the studies by Tom Russell, David Dillon, Shawn Bullock, Lynn Thomas, and Andrea Martin which are reported in this issue of "Studying Teacher Education." Here Stefinee Pinnegar reflects on the intractable conundrums of teacher education and teachers educators that she felt was her…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Student Relationship
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Forgasz, Rachel – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
The practicum is an important part of teacher education and has been widely studied from a variety of perspectives, including teacher candidates, associate or cooperating teachers, and supervisors. In this issue of "Studying Teacher Education," each author has written a self-study describing a personal journey of coming to understand…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Practicums, Educational Attitudes
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Murphy, M. Shaun; Pinnegar, Stefinee – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
Experience is fundamental in identity development. In research, concepts and issues around identity are shaped and confronted in moments of reflection. The act of reflection requires a backward attention to engender a present understanding and create future possibilities. Kim and Greene, and Young and Erickson capture this temporal aspect of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Educators, Identification
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Pinnegar, Stefinee; Murphy, M. Shaun – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
Research exploring the process of becoming a teacher educator always reveals the difficult balancing act that developing an identity as a teacher educator involves and the articles in this issue do just that. The Rice and McNeil studies of teacher educator identity in this issue are very revealing; they were conducted from the perspective of…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Identification, Theories, Speech
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Murphy, M. Shaun; Pinnegar, Stefinee – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
When the authors consider the articles by Bullock and Ritter, and Clift through the lens of role theory, both show how identity is, in part, constrained by the definitions of the roles individuals are assigned or take up and is developed from a response to the perception of individuals by themselves as well as by others as they act within these…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators, Role Theory, Teacher Role
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Pinnegar, Stefinee; Murphy, M. Shaun – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
Role theory is based in a conception of a social world wherein various roles are either available or made available and those participating in such worlds shape their identity according to the roles that are made available to them. In positioning theory, Haare and van Langenhove (1998) suggest that teachers are always in the process of…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Change Agents, Teacher Educators, Role Theory