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Promoting Collaborative Practice and Reciprocity in Initial Teacher Education: Realising A ‘Dialogic Space’ through Video Capture Analysis
This article explores the potential of video capture to generate a collaborative space for teacher preparation; a space in which traditional hierarchies and boundaries between actors and knowledge are disrupted. Analysis highlights the power of this space to promote reciprocal learning across the partnership.
Updated: Oct. 05, 2016
A study was conducted to examine the changing demography of teachers. The study examined secondary teachers' initial notions of careers, and through third and fourth year of professional experience. Results suggest a typology of teachers: the 'career' teacher, the 'classroom' teacher and the 'portfolio' teacher, whose commitment to teaching may be temporary. In addition, the commercialization of the education and intensification of teachers' work challenge teachers' 'moral purpose' and professional identity and adversely affect not only their retention but also new teachers' intentions to remain in teaching.
Updated: Mar. 14, 2008