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Thomas, M'Balia – Studying Teacher Education, 2019
This article documents my 2-year sojourn from voicelessness -- in the face of normalizing discourses about race, privilege, and difference in teacher education scholarship -- to an authentic voice capable of addressing normalizing discourses from a position of inclusivity. This journey has involved my face-to-face and even mediated engagement with…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language), Friendship
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Hayler, Mike; Williams, Judy – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
In this self-study, we look at the contribution made towards our professional learning through an aspect of teacher education work that is not commonly featured in the research literature: exploring the implications of our work as co-editors of an international collection about teacher educators' journeys of professional becoming. Through this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Editing, Collaborative Writing, Writing (Composition)
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Mansfield, Jennifer; Loughran, John – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
Articulating the complexity of teachers' professional knowledge development is complicated but highly desirable. Exploration of dilemmas, which interrupt teaching practice, offers the opportunity to view teachers' professional knowledge in action as interruptions signal the limits of knowledge. Transitioning from science teacher to science teacher…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Science Teachers
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Berry, Amanda; Forgasz, Rachel – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
This article is inspired simultaneously by the metaphor of professional knowledge landscapes and our experiences of the transformative potential of self-study methodology. We argue for the unique potential of self-study research, as a means not only for teacher educators to develop their pedagogy, but also to leave the mark of their experiences on…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Figurative Language
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Murphy, M. Shaun; Pinnegar, Stefinee – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
This article focuses on what we learned as online teachers about relational contexts in our online courses using a self-study of teacher education practices methodology. Using the curriculum commonplaces of teacher, learner, subject matter, and milieu, we inquired into the design and implementation of our online courses. A responsive audience at…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Online Courses, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Teacher Education
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Strom, Katie; Mills, Tammy; Abrams, Linda; Dacey, Charity – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
In this study, we set out to explore processes of individual and group becomings of a self-study collective over time and distance, and with/through technology. Born out of a self-study project in one of our early doctoral courses, our self-study community has evolved over several years to one that is hybrid in nature. As we have continued our…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students, Teaching Experience
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Mena, Juanjo; Russell, Tom – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
This article reviews 65 studies presented at the 10th international self-study of teacher education practices conference in 2014 to determine whether emerging self-study research incorporates the five major characteristics of self-study: self-initiated inquiry that is situated and improvement-aimed; undertaken collaboratively; uses multiple…
Descriptors: Credibility, Teacher Education, Cooperation, Teacher Education Programs
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Batchelor, Katherine; Sander, Scott A. – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
In this article we use "The Matrix" movie as a heuristic device that offers two possibilities for conceptualizing teacher education: as a mirror (looking at ourselves) and as a window (looking at teacher education). We begin by sharing our interests and reason for using self-study while examining the components of "The Matrix,"…
Descriptors: Films, Popular Culture, Teacher Education, Educational Methods
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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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Bragg, Leicha A. – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
Self-study of variations to task design offers a way of analysing how learning takes place. Over several years, variations were made to improve an assessment task completed by final-year teacher candidates in a primary mathematics teacher education subject. This article describes how alterations to a task informed on-going developments in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Martin, Susan D.; Dismuke, Sherry – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
Although collaboration is foundational to self-study methodology, few self-studies of teacher education practices have focused on collaborative teaching processes. In this inquiry, two teacher educators report a two-year self-study into the collaborative processes of planning and reflection that they used to co-construct significant changes to…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Teacher Educators, Cooperation, Teacher Collaboration
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Ragoonaden, Karen – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
In order to research and improve her practice, a teacher educator examined her life history and its relation to the ethical and moral discourses of society using autobiography as a self-study methodology. This critical reflection provided the basis for contextualizing praxis-oriented teacher education in an urban school. Based on the…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Autobiographies, Praxis
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LaBoskey, Vicki K.; Richert, Anna E. – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
Our self-study has two main purposes: (1) to understand the value of self-study for credential program graduates to confront in transformative ways the pedagogical challenges of urban schools, and (2) to add to an exploration of self-study for non-teacher educators and strengthen our preparation of candidates to enact such inquiry. To answer these…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Urban Teaching, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Education
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Wiebke, Heidi; Park Rogers, Meredith – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This self-study investigated the tensions that I (Heidi) encountered when teaching elementary preservice teachers how to develop a coherent sequence of five science lessons. Four lesson planning components guided me in developing a series of lessons to support the preservice teachers with this exercise. Employing self-study methodology, data…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Education, Science Education, Preservice Teachers
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Pittaway, Sharon; Dowden, Tony – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This article is an account of a collaborative self-study of the process of providing written feedback on assessment to our teacher education students. Our five-year study grew out of concerns that written feedback might not always meet the learning needs of our students. The study was informed by on-going analysis of our reading of the relevant…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Feedback (Response)
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