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This self-study describes the author's experiences as a Korean doctoral student supervising six teacher candidates over one year. The author used self-study approach to examine and improve her own understandings of supervision. The data suggest that the program and the author together were able to influence the attitudes and teaching practices of at least four out of the six participants in this study. Furthermore, the author came to better understand how her recovered identity as a Korean helped her build strong relationships with the participants. Finally, through this study the author learned how power relationships can influence knowledge construction.
Updated: Dec. 02, 2013
Students of Colour as Cultural Consultants: A Self-study of Race and Social Justice Issues in a teacher Education Programme
This paper documents our learning over a 3-year period from students of colour in our M.Ed. certification programme. Students of colour are always a minority (8% to 20%) in our programmes. Despite a variety of efforts, these students continued to complain that we were not meeting their needs or dealing adequately with diversity issues. The students of colour became our cultural consultants as we talked about their perceptions of our teaching and the programme.
Updated: Jan. 27, 2008