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This study explored the effects of the teacher characteristics on pre-service teacher (PST) concern about integrating Web 2.0 tools into instruction. The authors found significant relationships between the concern and a few personal characteristics. The authors found that the PSTs seemed more prepared and confident in utilising instructional strategies (pedagogical knowledge) and less in engaging students in learning and managing classrooms.
Updated: Dec. 23, 2018
Professional Development for Teacher Educators: Conflicts between Critical Reflection and Instructional-Based Strategies
The authors examine a professional development book club for teacher educators. The authors focused on understanding how teacher educators, participating in a professional development book club on English-language learners) ELL), explored their beliefs about language diversity and developed an awareness of how to best prepare future teachers for culturally and linguistically diverse schools. The authors found several overarching themes: the centrality of lived experiences, tensions within pedagogy development; and experiencing internal conflict throughout the process.
Updated: May. 29, 2013