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Mooney Simmie, Geraldine; Lang, Manfred – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2018
This study uses boundary crossing in activity theory as one normative framework for opening a deliberative inquiry in new discursive spaces to elicit "gender awareness" in teachers' practices. We illustrate this framework by drawing from data in one European teacher education project. Seven case studies were conducted and data were…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Gender Issues, Case Studies, Teacher Educators
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O'Flaherty, Joanne; Gleeson, Jim – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2017
The moral role of the teacher has long been recognised and this has implications for the selection and education of student teachers. There is growing recognition of the importance of teachers' capacity to make sound moral judgements and of the influence of teachers' levels of moral reasoning on their professional practice. The paper presents the…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Moral Values, Longitudinal Studies, Undergraduate Students
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Gleeson, J.; O'Flaherty, J.; Galvin, T.; Hennessy, J. – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2015
The dissonance between the socialisation experiences of student teachers during their own schooling and practicums and university-based teacher education programmes is indicative of the broader theory/practice dichotomy in education. While this dichotomy is of considerable interest to all teacher educators, studies of students' pre- and…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Student Placement, Schizophrenia, Practicums
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Long, Fiachra; Hall, Kathy; Conway, Paul; Murphy, Rosaleen – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2012
The present study focuses on the way novice teachers, who are part of a one-year postgraduate diploma in post-primary teaching, have opted to negotiate their status as school teachers. In particular, it asks why novice teachers prefer to hide as they scramble to learn how to teach. On the basis of three separate interviews spaced out though the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Preservice Teacher Education, Beginning Teachers, Sociocultural Patterns