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Aspects of School–University Research Networks that Play a Role in Developing, Sharing and Using Knowledge Based on Teacher Research
The goal of the present study was to explore and describe which aspects of a school–university research network play a role in processes of developing, sharing and using knowledge based on research by Master’s students. The authors combined three perspectives on a network to better understanding of knowledge processes that take place within school–university research networks. A coding system was developed to analyze aspects that play a role in knowledge processes within a school–university research network. Fifteen aspects of a school–university research network were recognized in the processes of developing, sharing and using knowledge based on research by Master’s students
Updated: Nov. 15, 2011
This article focuses on how professional identity of teacher educators can be portrayed in a systematic way both on a cognitive level and an emotional level. The authors used a narrative–biographical instrument. In order to construct this method, eight teacher educators reflected on their professional development, using the self-confrontation method, resulting in self-narratives.The findings of the study indicate teacher educators’ meaningful experiences can be portrayed in a systematic way using identity components such as job motivation, task perception, task-feeling, self-image and self-feeling.
Updated: Mar. 21, 2010