Search results for: Student role
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Video case studies are commonly used in teacher training programmes, usually to develop one specific area of competence. This study examines how to effectively use videos to guide student-teachers towards professional development.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2012
Dilemmas in the Implementation of Children’s Right to Equity in Education in the Swedish Compulsory School
The current paper analyses the effects of different kinds of decentralisation strategies on the implementation of children’s right to an equitable education in Sweden. This paper examines the complex and contextual nature and consequences of decentralisation and centralisation strategies in order to better understand the implementation of children’s right to equity in school practice.
Updated: Mar. 12, 2012
The current study investigates how entering female preservice teachers position themselves. More specifically, the authors examine the plotlines, obligations, responsibilities and duties these teachers are prepared to enact, the expectations they hold for students, and the implications these have for teacher education.
Updated: Dec. 29, 2011
Students as Learners and Teachers: Taking Responsibility, Transforming Education, and Redefining Accountability
In this comparative analysis, the author calls for rethinking how we conceptualize student role and responsibility. This call frames the author's comparison of two programs, which she designed: One program involves secondary students in the preparation of high school teachers and the other program involves college students in the professional development of college faculty. The author then draws on the perspectives of student participants across these two programs to address a series of educational ideals that span K–12 and college contexts: inspiring lasting learning, celebrating humanity and diversity, and engaging in meaningful assessment.
Updated: Mar. 17, 2011
In this article, the author focuses on the changing roles of pre-service teachers, mentor teachers, school coordinators and academics involved in professional experiences. The author draws on a number of studies that have investigated professional experiences which have been framed around the notion of learning communities.
Updated: Mar. 17, 2011