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This article reports on research into the ways in which student teachers’ experiential learning is mediated by socioculturally situated narrative resources. This research is put into the context of debates about the centrality of ‘on the job’ learning to ITE and developing interest in recent decades in models of teacher knowledge and teacher learning.
Updated: Jun. 08, 2015
Defining the Job of University Supervisor: A Department-Wide Study of University Supervisors’ Practices
This article explores how individual university supervisors, operating within a teacher education department of a college of education at a large public U.S. institution, valued, defined, and enacted their supervision of student teachers. Fourteen university supervisors from the secondary teacher education department at Smyth University participated in this study. The findings reveal that the participants agreed on the importance of the work of the university supervisor in integrating university coursework and practical classroom experiences. The findings demonstrate supervision is not enacted the same way by university supervisors in this department.
Updated: Dec. 26, 2012
The first part of this work describes three scripts employed by a novice science teacher within the topic of The Structure of Flowers. This part offers a detailed illustration of how these scripts were derived by means of a Modelling Instrument. In the second part, the relationships between beliefs and actions are explored through tree diagrams. Finally, there is a discussion of how entrenched scripts may act as obstacles to professional development.
Updated: Nov. 30, 2010