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This paper reports on a study into how collaborative contexts influence the professional development of an early-career primary teacher, Julia. The authors describe the process of change by which Julia manages to make her planning to teach mathematics more flexible so as to adapt to student difficulties. Furthermore, the authors analyze the role that joint reflection plays in promoting this change.
Updated: May. 26, 2011
The first part of this work describes three scripts employed by a novice science teacher within the topic of The Structure of Flowers. This part offers a detailed illustration of how these scripts were derived by means of a Modelling Instrument. In the second part, the relationships between beliefs and actions are explored through tree diagrams. Finally, there is a discussion of how entrenched scripts may act as obstacles to professional development.
Updated: Nov. 30, 2010