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This article compares two different procedures for incorporating translation in education qualitative research. Its goal is providing a clear depiction of the complexities involved in translating qualitative data and the strengths and weaknesses of each procedure. Taking into account the resource constraints often faced by novice qualitative researchers, this article provides some strategies that can be employed in similar contexts.
Updated: Apr. 13, 2015
The current study examined pre-service teachers' efficacy in relation to the utilisation of microteaching as an assessment tool for postgraduate education students in Australia. The qualitative data revealed that pre-service teachers enter teaching in order to positively impact on children, yet are concerned about behaviour management in the classroom. In addition, this data highlighted the positive impact that microteaching had on their developing teacher identity.
Updated: Oct. 12, 2010
Increasing numbers of Asian international students are choosing to undertake their tertiary studies in English-speaking countries. The article explored the concerns of 20 Asian pre-service teachers before and after their practicum in Australian schools. Language barriers and cultural differences were identified concerns before the practicum.
Updated: Apr. 30, 2009