Search results for: Eilam Billie
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In this article, the authors examine how classroom management is taught in teacher education in Israel. Three questions are addressed: (1) What is the structure of programs for classroom management (site, timing, duration, number of courses, mandatory/optional)? (2) How is classroom management conceived (technical/pedagogical, individual/systemic)? (3) Does the preparation in classroom management relate to issues of cultural and ethnic diversity?
Updated: Jul. 30, 2012
The Secrets of Successful Veteran Biology Teachers: Metaphors of Evolution, Regeneration, and Adaptation
Voices of veteran junior high and high school biology teachers are seldom heard. The purposes of this study are (1) to enhance the understanding of personal and contextual factors influencing veteran teachers' career choices; (2) to create veteran teachers profiles; (3) to examine their survival strategies; and (4) to find out what the education system needs to do to enjoy successful their possible contributions. The findings revealed three types of survival strategies: (1) adapting, transforming teachers; (2) non-transforming teachers; and (3) regenerated teachers.
Updated: Dec. 07, 2009
Learning to Teach: Enhancing Pre-Service Teachers' Awareness of The Complexity of Teaching-Learning Processes
The article addresses the effects of the intervention on pre-service teachers’ awarenessof the complexity of teaching. The authors designed one semester-long intervention course for pre-service teachers, based on an Internet site, including video-recorded authentic classroom literature teaching situations, transcripts of these lessons and diverse tasks. An analysis of the data revealed the pre-service teachers’ learning processes as they unfolded along the course: growing awareness of the complexity of classroom teaching, ability to base the analysis of the episodes on theories, and the initial construction of a cognitive lens to view classroom processes holistically.
Updated: Apr. 23, 2009