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Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies

Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Fostering reasoned decisions: Case-based pedagogy and the professional development of teachers

    Helen L Harrington

    The case method has been recommended as an addition to preservice programs which may overcome some of the limitations of field and clinical experiences while facilitating the professional... More

    pp. 203-214

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  2. Learning to teach: Knowledge development in classroom management

    Nancy Winitzky & Don Kauchak

    How does knowledge acquisition contribute to the process of learning to teach? To answer this question, qualitative and quantitative data were collected to investigate the development of teacher... More

    pp. 215-227

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  3. The reflective journal: A window to preservice teachers' practical knowledge

    Dawn Francis

    Following the work of Schön (1983) “reflection” as a way in which teachers construct the meanings and knowledge that guide their actions in the classroom has become something of a buzz word in... More

    pp. 229-241

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  4. Professional development in practicum settings: Reflective practice under scrutiny

    Anthony Clarke

    This study explored the applicability of Donald Schön's notion of reflective practice for student teachers in practicum settings. The research was guided by three questions: What do student... More

    pp. 243-261

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  5. Dilemmas and a paradox—secondary mathematics teachers' knowledge of their teaching in multilingual classrooms

    J Adler

    This paper reports on the first stage of a research project that investigates the dynamics of multilingualism and the teaching and learning of mathematics in junior secondary classrooms in South... More

    pp. 263-274

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  6. Teacher trainees' motives for entering into a teaching career in Brunei Darussalam

    Bob Chui Seng Yong

    The teacher trainees' responses to open-ended questions were used to determine their motives for choosing a career in teaching. The evidence suggests that extrinsic motives were the main... More

    pp. 275-280

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  7. Career plans and work perceptions of preservice teachers

    Betty J Young

    This article examines the reasons for entry, work perceptions, and the future career plans of 272 preservice teachers who entered a highly selective graduate teacher education program in 1987 and... More

    pp. 281-292

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  8. The generic nature of pedagogical content knowledge among college professors

    Juan-Miguel Fernández-Balboa & Jim Stiehl

    There is a growing body of research on teachers' pedagogical content knowledge (PCK), yet most of it has focused on subject-matter-bounded (specific) PCK and involves teachers in the general... More

    pp. 293-306

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