Search results for: Teacher development
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The subject of boundaries within mentoring relationships is explored in this article. The author suggests that boundaries and mutual relationships must be navigated well in order to maintain the mentor objective and the student unexploited or harmed. Concepts such as boundary crossings, boundary violations and multiple relationships are explored in the context of mentoring relationships.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2008
Beginning Teachers' Technology Use: First Year Teacher Development and the Institutional Context's affect on New Teachers' Instructional Technology Use with Students
This empirical research study addresses the issues of new teacher development and the role of the institutional context on new teachers' instructional technology use. The study examines two first year teachers, their development during their initial year of classroom experience, and how the institutional context they entered affected their instructional decisions about technology use with students.
Updated: Feb. 10, 2008
The article describes a study conducted in Hong Kong and designed to examine the impact of school based curriculum development. Analysis of data revealed that the extent to which teachers were involved in the development process, contributed to the positive development of the participating teachers. The study utilized the PER (the process of planning, experimenting and reflecting).
Updated: Jan. 09, 2008