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Hu, Ran; Smith, Judith J. – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
In this collaborative self-study, two first-year assistant professors examine their views of teaching and learning from two cultural perspectives. Drawing from multiple data sources, including reflective analyses of teaching, monthly peer-support meetings, and the Students Opinion Information Survey, the study explores the differences in views of…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Reflective Teaching, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Methods
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Choi, Jung-ah – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
Despite the potential benefits of action research, teaching action research in a university setting can present challenges. Analyzing my own experiences of teaching a university-based course on action research, this self-study investigates what my students (all classroom teachers) did and did not understand about action research and what hindered…
Descriptors: Action Research, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education, Teacher Attitudes
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Osmond, Pamela; Goodnough, Karen – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
In this self-study, Pamela, a new science teacher educator, adopted Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) in the context of an elementary science education methodology course. JiTT is a teaching and learning strategy involving interaction between web-based study assignments and face-to-face class sessions. Students respond electronically to web-based…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Teacher Educators, Elementary School Science, Teaching Methods
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Erickson, Lynnette B.; Young, Janet R. – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This self-study emerged within the context of a school-based professional development project that established collaboration between two teacher educators and a group of elementary public school teachers. We launched the Book in a Bag project as a way to promote curriculum integration in classrooms and at the same time to provide a venue for…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Public School Teachers, Educational Change, Faculty Development
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Lee, Young Ah – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This article is a self-study of my efforts to put supervision for social justice into practice with teacher candidates. The focus is on my goals and what I learned from trying to supervise six early childhood teacher candidates over one year. As a Korean-born doctoral student, I am an international student working cross-culturally to help teacher…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Foreign Students, Preservice Teachers, Practicum Supervision
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Margolin, Ilana; Tabak, Edith – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This collaborative self-study explores the co-construction of professional teacher education knowledge through mentoring, framed within the notion of working in an interpretive zone. The study is set in a learning community established in a college of education where Ilana was the head of the elementary department and Edith served as a new…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Organizational Change, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Mentors
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Garbett, Dawn – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
For this self-study of my teacher education practice, I positioned myself as a novice in the unfamiliar context of learning to ride a horse. This gave me an opportunity to re-experience being an authentic learner and thereby to deepen my understanding of how an individual learns to teach. I recorded my experiences in an electronic journal and…
Descriptors: Expertise, Teacher Education, Teacher Educators, Teaching Methods
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McNeil, Barbara – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
In Canada, most universities and their classrooms are often constructed as rational and neutral spaces where interaction between professors and students is free of the influences of race, class, and gender. Implicit in such a construction is the assumption that the university is a purely White space where students from the dominant racial group…
Descriptors: Caring, Race, Racial Identification, Foreign Countries
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Clift, Renee Tipton – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This self-study describes the ways in which a move to a different state, university, and academic role has shaped my sense of self as a scholar, teacher educator, and college administrator. I draw from role theory and from conceptions of habitus and field to provide a conceptual lens for interpreting the data and my experiences. I then address two…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Role Theory, College Administration, Personal Narratives
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Bullock, Shawn Michael; Ritter, Jason K. – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
An emerging body of self-study of teacher education practices research considers whether classroom teaching experience and doctoral study constitute sufficient preparation for engaging in the work of teacher education. As new academics who explored this issue as graduate students, we turned to one another in this collaborative self-study to…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Graduate Students, Teaching Experience, Reflective Teaching
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Davey, Ronnie; Ham, Vince; Gilmore, Fiona; Haines, Gina; McGrath, Ann; Morrow, Donna; Robinson, Robyn – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
Much of the self-study of teacher education practices literature characterizes self-study as a collaborative activity involving various degrees of cooperation and interaction with others, both the others who are our students and the collegial others who assist us in our inquiries into our own professional practices. However, while many…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Privatization, Foreign Countries, Reflective Teaching
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Tuval, Smadar; Barak, Judith; Gidron, Ariela – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This study presents our emerging understanding of the meaning of collaborative self-study as one of the mechanisms that facilitates effective, productive collaboration. Stemming from our experience of collaborative professional life over eight years, we explore the crisis we confronted as a professional learning community, the tensions underlying…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Teacher Collaboration, Faculty Development, Teamwork
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Garbett, Dawn; Heap, Rena – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
In this article we document the impact of tiered teaching on making the complexity of pedagogy transparent when teaching science education to pre-service primary teachers. Teaching science methods classes together and researching our teaching has enabled us to reframe our assumptions and move beyond the simplistic and misleading idea that teacher…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Science Education, Teaching Methods, Models
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Major, Jae – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This article reports a self-study from a larger research project that explored the impact on pre-service and in-service teacher education of a new national curriculum in New Zealand and the conceptualisations of epistemological shifts signalled by that document. A pedagogical initiative to introduce inquiry-based learning into a graduate diploma…
Descriptors: National Curriculum, Teacher Education, Realism, Inquiry
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Tidwell, Deborah L.; Wymore, Lisa; Garza, Anel; Estrada, Maricruz; Smith, Howard L. – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This article describes the use of self-study as a frame for professional learning that grew out of a professional development program for teachers examining their practice in a dual-language K-4 school. Located in the center of the rural state of Iowa, the school's development of a bilingual program for native speakers of both English and Spanish…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Native Speakers, Professional Development, Communities of Practice
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