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The goal of this study was to describe the extent to which early childhood teacher educators are informed about, engage in, value, teach about, and collaborate with others in teacher research. This study focused on a specific teacher educator group, early childhood teacher educators and their own teacher research and what they say about the importance of teacher research in improving teacher education programs. The findings indicated that teacher educators are informed about teacher research, teach and model it for their students, and collaborate with others in doing it. They share their results in presentations and publications that contribute to the knowledge base in the field.
Updated: Sep. 20, 2015
A study of the lived experiences of a second grade primary teacher was conducted by university researchers. Researchers focused on the teacher's body, time, space, relationship with children, and relationship with adults. The emergent themes were autonomy, pedagogical tact, lifelong learning, and kinship.
Updated: Jan. 24, 2008