Search results for: Mitchell Donna Mathewson
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The authors consider possibilities for further exploration of the research of practice and the practice of research in both initial and continuing teacher education. As both a theoretical and methodological challenge, this is tied recursively with research and practice in teacher education, for teacher educators, about teacher education. The authors draw on the theoretical resources of practice theories, to argue that teacher education practice must be informed by the study of the practice of teaching as well as research addressing the teaching of practice.
Updated: Jul. 05, 2017
Thinking through Practice: Exploring Ways of Knowing, Understanding and Representing the Complexity of Teaching
In this article, the author presents the foundations of a research programme developing an understanding of teaching practice in secondary visual arts classrooms. The data reveal that core practices of visual arts teaching were evident, in relation to instructional methods, selection and use of resources, in the focus of programming and in approaches to relationships with colleagues and with students. The author has developed four propositions that provide the basis of a practice-based approach to teacher education.
Updated: May. 25, 2015