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The Role of Teacher Questioning in Promoting Dialogic Literary Inquiry in Computer-Mediated Communication
This article reports research from an innovative university-secondary school partnership, the Web Pen Pals Project, which pairs preservice English teachers in online chat rooms with local middle school students to talk about young adult literature. The analyses reported here center on the type of dialogue that results during such online conversations.
Updated: Mar. 09, 2008
This paper describes a university-school collaboration that resulted in the creation and implementation of a field-based teacher education program. Key features of this program included immersion in the field, integrated curriculum, supported reflection, and technology integration.
Updated: Jan. 26, 2008
This article examines the gap between the practicesthat beginning teachers learn in university teacher preparation courses and those they reencounter in the K-12 classrooms in which they learn to teach. The authors describe the theory of horizontal expertise and how its use can address the problem. They then identify three processes essential to the development of horizontal expertise: the exchange of tools, the negotiation of social languages, and argumentation.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2008
Since 2001, two teacher educators from distinctive mid western universities have been engaged in partnerships with two local urban school districts that resulted from their personal relationships with educators and school leaders.By applying Macedo and Freire's (2001) framework of analysis, this article shares their dialogic reflection and assessment of the impact of their roles, intentions, and modes of operandi as qualitative researchers and the effectiveness of pursuing contextually relevant transformative agendas within these partnerships.
Updated: Dec. 16, 2007