Search results for: Beijaard Douwe
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A reflection in the portfolios of student teachers was conducted. 39 learning portfolios were analysed through theory on learning activities. When looking back on their development as teachers, the students discussed individual experiences which had been important to them, as well as making connections between different experiences over a period of time. The student teachers made less use of the portfolios to gain a better understanding of situations and developments that had occurred.
Updated: Jul. 27, 2008
The role of the cooperating teacher: bridging the gap between the expectations of cooperating teachers and student teachers
The article explores the similarities and differences in expectations of cooperating teachers and student teachers in the initial stage of mentor and protégé relationship. Expectations of technical and practical nature were found among members of both groups, and student teachers held more expectations for personal relationship than the cooperating teachers.
Updated: Mar. 20, 2008
A study was conducted to explore how experienced teachers learn informally through classroom teaching activities. Four aspects of activities were studied: behavior, cognition, motivation and emotion. Findings demonstrate that cognitive, affective, motivational and behavioral aspects are interrelated in classroom teaching and that learning from classroom teaching occurs at several levels of awareness. The authors argue that a theory of teacher learning should account for activities involved in the alignment of behaviour to plan and for the role of motivation and emotion.
Updated: Mar. 04, 2008