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The authors describe the affordances of a stance of reciprocity, illustrating the contours of the component in recruitment, participation, analysis, and presentation. They ask: How do truth traditions support reciprocity? How do we authentically reciprocate participants’ efforts throughout the research process? And finally, how might qualitative work embrace reciprocity and lead education research to a broader conceptualization of evidence, one that expands the transformative potential of our collective work?
Updated: Jan. 20, 2014
In this article, the authors revisit the question of ethics education for teachers. The authors propose an approach to the professional ethics of teaching that employs a case-analysis framework specifically tailored to address the practice of teaching. The authors describe a case study which comes from their personal experience and apply the eight stages of the framework on it. The authors conclude that the framework for ethical decision making presented here provides a strategy for bringing conceptual coherence to professional ethics courses for teachers.
Updated: Jan. 07, 2014
Turkish Preservice Science Teachers’ Informal Reasoning Regarding Socioscientific Issues and the Factors Influencing Their Informal Reasoning
In this study, the authors explore Turkish preservice science teachers’ informal reasoning regarding socioscientific issues and the factors influencing their informal reasoning. The authors found that the factors influencing informal reasoning were: personal experiences, social considerations, moral-ethical considerations, and technological concerns.
Updated: Jan. 28, 2013
In this article, the authors focus on the work of teachers, which they claim is heavily value-laden and therefore susceptible to ethical dilemmas. The authors discuss a model of ethical decision-making in order to understand the nature of ethical dilemmas faced by teachers. The authors propose a number of scenarios developed from real-life problems faced by teachers in Australian schools.
Updated: Nov. 13, 2012
Copying Right and Copying Wrong with Web 2.0 Tools in the Teacher Education and Communications Classrooms
Understanding copyright as it impacts online communication and publishing with Web 2.0 tools on open access networks must become an important part of literacy and communication education in today’s Information Age. In this article, the authors describe an approach they have employed in their English education and communications classrooms to address this need.
Updated: Jan. 17, 2012
The purpose of this study is to investigate ethical dilemmas in critical incidents and the emerged responses that these incidents elicit. The critical incidents revealed a multifaceted model of ethical dilemmas, among them clashing with rules, standards, or norms in school. Furthermore, the findings also revealed a multitude of derived responses.
Updated: Dec. 29, 2011
In this paper, the author reviews a set of articles on ethical and moral matters in teaching and teacher education previously published by Teaching and Teacher Education. The author used several research questions to organize this review. In the end, the author concludes his comments from the review regarding these questions.
Updated: Sep. 27, 2011
This article presents a case study investigated the educational experiences of Canadian preservice teachers. These preservice teachers participated in a course designed to teach about online teaching. Students gained experience in course design and delivery, and safe and ethical behavior related to technology. Findings indicated that projects in which students actively applied their knowledge were more engaging than threaded discussion.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2011
In this paper, the author focuses on Emmanuel Levinas’s classroom practices and everyday interactions with students rather than on his philosophical writings.
Updated: Apr. 27, 2011
The author is thinking with Deleuze's ethical practice of 'being on the lookout' for encounters with the cracks. The author works with Deleuze and Guattari, Deleuze and Foucault in a geological and genealogical mode of inquiry to examine the preoccupation over whether addiction is a disease or a moral failing.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2011