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What constitutes a good teacher is construed as one who knows content, pedagogy, and student cognitive and emotional development sufficiently. Student teaching is a critical period for identity development of beginning teachers, yet it often lacks the space to work through this process with their peers. The authors engaged a semester length phenomenological narrative study of ten student teachers in an onsite student teaching seminar. Participants’ stories revealed that a more complete sense of self arose through conflicts encountered and the disjuncture of perceptions and realities of beginning to teach.
Updated: Dec. 16, 2009