Search results for: Walker-Gleaves Alan
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Student Teachers’ Situated Emotions: A Study of How Electronic Communication Facilitates their Expression and Shapes their Impact on Novice Teacher Development during Practice Placements
The purpose of this study was to find out how pre‐service student teachers expressed emotions through ubiquitous computing; meaning the use of mobile devices to facilitate wireless and seamless communications and data applications. The authors also explore how the use of electronic communication devices affects novice teachers' experiences and practices.
Updated: Jul. 26, 2011
Imagining A Different Life in School: Educating Student Teachers about 'Looked After' Children and Young People
This research concerns the acquaintance of student teachers with the educational and wider pastoral experiences of children and young people who are or have been ‘looked after’ and who they may well teach at some point. The research also concerns the familiarization of student teachers with the ‘looked after’ system in the UK. The authors discuss an exploratory awareness-raising curriculum project within a Teacher Education Department at a University in the UK. This project utilizes digital multimedia to develop a ‘community of awareness’ of young people and student teachers.
Updated: Feb. 16, 2009