Search results for: Garbett Dawn
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Using self-study approach, the author was interested to learn about teaching teachers. The author positioned herself as a novice in the unfamiliar context of learning to ride a horse. Two themes emerged through pattern analysis. The first theme to emerge through the author's early journal entries was empathy for her students’ anxiety and vulnerability when learning a new skill with such high stakes. The second theme was the fact that the author had fallen but got back in the saddle with renewed confidence spoke volumes about learning.
Updated: Dec. 03, 2013
The purpose of this self-study research was to deepen the author's understanding of pedagogy for teacher education and the factors that enhanced and hindered the author's confidence and competence as a teacher educator. One theme was that a focus on science content knowledge gave a false sense of confidence and overshadowed our ability to engage in meaningful conversations about learning to teach—a practice challenged through self-study research.
Updated: Jan. 28, 2013