Search results for: Teacher researchers
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Grounding Practice in Scholarship, Grounding Scholarship in Practice: Knowledge of A Mathematics Teacher Educator–Researcher
This self-study draws from multiple frameworks of teacher knowledge to examine knowledge content, structure, and growth of a novice mathematics teacher educator-researcher (MTE-R). The study explores her knowledge content from her doctoral program into her third year of a tenure-track faculty position at a large southwestern United States university.
Updated: Mar. 30, 2009
Researching pupils, schools and oneself. Teachers as integrators of theory and practice in initial teacher education
This case study surveyed and interviewed a group of recently graduated teachers who had worked as teachers during their education. The interest was on their experiences of M.A. thesis research as well as the integration of theory and practice during the education.
Updated: Sep. 21, 2008
Why Shouldn’t Teachers and Teacher Educators Conduct Research on their Own Practices? An Epistemological Exploration
The aim of this article is to pause to allow time to reflect on the concept of practitioner research from a perspective that sees knowledge, knowledge-constitutive interests and knowledge construction as interrelated.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2008
This paper explores the dual and seemingly contradictory potential of self-study research to illuminate our fears, anxieties, tensions and uncertainties as teacher educators, whilst acting as a catalyst for community building. This self-study research was conducted during the founding year of a new school of education, drawing data from surveys and interviews with faculty about their own self-study research and participation in one another's studies.
Updated: Jan. 26, 2008