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Actors and Act-ers: Enhancing Inclusion and Diversity in Teaching and Teacher Education through the Validation of Quiet Teaching
The goals of this article are two-fold: (1) the authors will attempt to clarify the elusive concept of personality within the context of teaching and challenge commonly held assumptions of a “quiet” or introverted person; (2) the authors will explore ways for teacher educators to validate the abilities of student teachers who seem quiet. The authors will gain insights from those with “quiet voices”, that is, the student teachers, teachers, administrators, and teacher educators themselves who have addressed their own issues of quietness within the context of teaching.
Updated: Aug. 22, 2010
The article explores practicum in science education. A kindergarten classroom is examined and five implications come forth for mentor-novice supervision: redefining the practicum, rethinking evaluation, surrendering uncertainty, acknowledging complicity, and allowing for supervision.
Updated: May. 18, 2008