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Beeman-Cadwallader, Nicole; Buck, Gayle; Trauth-Nare, Amy – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This self-study addresses two questions: (1) how did self-study aid the teacher educator in interrogating her beliefs about and mediate her projection of teacher-as-facilitator versus teacher-as-expert? and (2) in what ways did prospective elementary teachers in an undergraduate, interdisciplinary science course exert control over their learning…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Beliefs, Facilitators (Individuals)
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Marin, Katherine Ariemma – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This article details the self-study of a beginning teacher educator in her first experience in teaching a mathematics methods course. The transition from teacher to teacher educator is explored through the experience of a course focused on inquiry. Inquiry is embedded within the course from two perspectives: mathematical inquiry and teaching as…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Mathematics Education, Methods Courses, Inquiry
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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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Bullock, Shawn Michael – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
The purpose of this article is to use self-study methodology to analyze critically the impact of 30 years of non-formal education on my development as a teacher educator. I begin within a particular conception of self-study research and make a case for situating martial arts as non-formal education. The data for this article are presented as a…
Descriptors: Educational Experience, Informal Education, Physical Activities, Teacher Educators
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Peercy, Megan Madigan – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
In this study, I explore my practices as a teacher educator in one course both before and after returning to the K-12 classroom to teach secondary language learners for one academic year. By examining the intersection of self-study and practice-based teacher education, I illustrate how I used self-study as a mechanism for innovation and change and…
Descriptors: Language Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Educational Practices, Teacher Educators
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Newberry, Melissa – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
The development of a professional teacher educator identity has implications for how one negotiates the duties of a teacher, scholar, and learner. The research on teacher educator identity in the USA has been largely conducted on traditional teacher educators, or those who have started their careers as public school teachers and then went on to…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Professional Identity, Alternative Teacher Certification, Professional Development
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Murphy, Shelley; McGlynn-Stewart, Monica; Ghafouri, Farveh – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
We are recent graduates of a graduate faculty of education in a research-based university in Canada. Our aspirations to become successful teacher educators and to write our dissertations brought us together to form a writing support group. During the 2010-2011 academic year, we conducted a self-study to better understand how the support group…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators, Teacher Researchers, Collaborative Writing
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McDonough, Sharon – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
Supporting pre-service teachers as they develop their understandings of teaching, learning and their identities as teachers is complex and multi-faceted work. I draw on self-study to explore my work in a new partnership model between a school in Victoria, Australia and a regional university. During 2013, I worked in both contexts and carried out…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mentors, Preservice Teachers, Partnerships in Education
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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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Han, Heejeong Sophia; Vomvoridi-Ivanovic, Eugenia; Jacobs, Jennifer; Karanxha, Zorka; Lypka, Andrea; Topdemir, Cindy; Feldman, Allan – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
In this article we discuss findings from a collaborative self-study of how seven teacher educators define, enact, and navigate their roles as culturally responsive educators across various programs within a higher education institution. All participants conducted an individual interview with another team member and engaged in prolonged team…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Higher Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Educators
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Koster, Bob; van den Berg, Bas – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
There is growing interest in self-study methods being used by teachers and teacher educators to improve their own practice. The focus of these self-studies seems to be more on acting than on understanding, and here we focus on a group of teachers who explore their professional identities. Teachers participating in a Master's degree study were…
Descriptors: Independent Study, Self Concept, Self Concept Measures, Masters Programs
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McAnulty, Joseph; Cuenca, Alexander – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This self-study explores the emerging identity of a first-time teacher educator using a framework that views identity as natural, institutional, discursive, and affinity. This framework provided an opportunity to unpack empirically how these various strands of identity intersected within the classroom of a novice teacher educator. Situated in the…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Professional Identity, Teacher Educators, Power Structure
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Vázquez, Daniel – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This is a case study of my reflections on teaching a first-year undergraduate tutorial on Ancient Greek Philosophy in the UK. This study draws upon the notion of reflective practice as an essential feature of teaching, in this case applied to Higher Education. My aim is to show how a critical engagement with my teaching practices and the overall…
Descriptors: Reflective Teaching, Undergraduate Students, Tutors, Philosophy
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Hayes, Michael P.; McLaughlin, David S.; Allison-Roan, Valerie A. – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This collaborative self-study examines the impact of taking a listening stance in the collegial relationships and practices of three early-career teacher educators within a small, private liberal arts institution. We consider the consequences of a listening stance on students' experiences of our practices and their education program. In addition,…
Descriptors: Listening Skills, Liberal Arts, Small Colleges, College Faculty
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Gísladóttir, Karen Rut – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
To address the low literacy achievement of minority students, the sociocultural movement of the New Literacy Studies (NLS) encourages us to expand on current understandings of literacy. Instead of thinking of literacy as a neutral set of skills transferable from one setting to another, NLS researchers encourage us to contextualize literacy within…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Deafness, Multiple Literacies, Literacy
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