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In this article, the authors argue that teachers have an opportunity to take on leadership roles in technology-rich schools and districts. The findings reveal that teacher leaders emerged as a noticeable and important aspect of what teh authors saw and heard. Therefore, the authors highlight ways teachers and leaders can work together to bring about school improvement and student achievement using technology as a key leverage point; in particular they suggest that teacher candidates should be prepared during their preparation programs to take on the role of teacher leader.
Updated: Jun. 06, 2016
As teacher educators, the authors have observed that knowledge alone does not lead to the kinds of thoughtful teaching they strive for.The authors address what is necessary, beyond traditional forms of professional knowledge, to support the development of thoughtful teachers who are responsive to students and situations. The authors provide four perspectives, each drawn from areas in which the authors conduct their research, and suggest a need to move beyond knowledge in teacher education. Their aim is to explore questions about preparing thoughtful teachers and to challenge others to do the same.
Updated: Apr. 27, 2010
The article reports on a study conducted to develop a model of categories of beliefs and their relationship to teachers' personal practical theories (PPTs). Since it is believed that such beliefs can influence teachers' classroom practices, the study's aim was to provide teacher educators with a better understanding of the student teachers' beliefs, in an effort to influence their knowledge and practices.
Updated: Jan. 22, 2008