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This book captures the excitement and difficulties of self-study of teacher education practices and places it at the forefront of approaches to practitioner inquiry. It offers a unique insight into the relationship between teaching about teaching, and learning about teaching that emerged through a one-year self-study conducted by the author in her Biology Methods class. The nature of the knowledge of teacher education practice that is developed from the study is conceptualised as a series of tensions that influence teacher educators' learning about their practice. The book illustrates how the…mehr

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This book captures the excitement and difficulties of self-study of teacher education practices and places it at the forefront of approaches to practitioner inquiry. It offers a unique insight into the relationship between teaching about teaching, and learning about teaching that emerged through a one-year self-study conducted by the author in her Biology Methods class. The nature of the knowledge of teacher education practice that is developed from the study is conceptualised as a series of tensions that influence teacher educators' learning about their practice. The book illustrates how the notion of tensions can act as an important means for both analysing practice and articulating the professional knowledge that comprises a pedagogy of teacher education. "In this book, Amanda Berry offers a comprehensive self-study about her practices as a Biology teacher educator. It offers a clear grasp of the issues and ideas underpinning a pedagogy of teacher education in practice. Framed in terms of teaching tensions based on Berry's analysis of her data, this book is is not only interesting and insightful but also offers a model for the direction of self-study. This is an outstanding piece of work that will be of considerable interest and value to other teacher education scholars." Ken Zeichner, Hoefs-Bascom Professor of Teacher Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison TOC:Acknowledgements.- Series Editor's foreword.- Preface.- List of figures and tables.- Part 1: Contexts of the study.- Beginning to research my practice.- Teacher educators studying their work.- Developing a research approach.- Tensions as a framework for learning about practice in teacher education.- Part 2: Exploring the tensions of practice.- Telling and Growth.- Confidence and Uncertainty.- Action and Intent.- Safety and Challenge.- Planning and Being Responsive.- Acknowledging and Building on Experience.- Revisiting and summarising the tensions.- Part 3: Learning from teaching about teaching.- Becoming a teacher educator.- References.- Index.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 03.06.2007
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402059933
  • Artikelnr.: 37359145
Autorenporträt
Amanda Berry gab ihren Beruf als Buchhalterin auf, um am renommierten London College of Fashion zu studieren. Im Jahr 2010 entwarf sie erste Strickmuster für ihr noch junges Geschäft Fluff and Fuzz . Von diesen kleinen und bescheidenen Anfängen hat sich Fluff and Fuzz inzwischen zu einem beliebten Label mit mehr als 50 Spielzeugstrickmustern entwickelt, die auch auf Strick- und DIY-Webseiten wie Etsy, Ravelry und Folksy online erhältlich sind. Amandas beliebte Anleitungen für gestricktes Spielzeug und Accessoires wurden seither auch in zahlreichen einschlägigen Magazinen, darunter Craftseller, Let's Knit und Let's Get Crafting, veröffentlicht. Amanda lebt mit ihrem Mann und einer Menagerie von Stricktieren in Berkshire, England.
Inhaltsangabe
Acknowledgements. Series Editor s foreword. Preface. List of figures and tables.- Part 1: Contexts of the study. Beginning to research my practice. Teacher educators studying their work. Developing a research approach. Tensions as a framework for learning about practice in teacher education.- Part 2: Exploring the tensions of practice. Telling and Growth. Confidence and Uncertainty. Action and Intent. Safety and Challenge. Planning and Being Responsive. Acknowledging and Building on Experience. Revisiting and summarising the tensions.- Part 3: Learning from teaching about teaching. Becoming a teacher educator. References.- Index.
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"In this book, Amanda Berry offers a comprehensive self-study about her practices as a Biology teacher educator. It offers a clear grasp of the issues and ideas underpinning a pedagogy of teacher education in practice. Framed in terms of teaching tensions based on Berry's analysis of her data, this book is is not only interesting and insightful but also offers a model for the direction of self-study. This is an outstanding piece of work that will be of considerable interest and value to other teacher education scholars." - Ken Zeichner, Hoefs-Bascom Professor of Teacher Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison