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

Volume 13, Number 5

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Then the beauty emerges: A longitudinal case study of culturally relevant teaching

    R Powell

    This study explored the classroom curriculum and instructional strategies of a white, middle class, second-career teacher Amy (not her real name) who created and implemented a culturally relevant... More

    pp. 467-484

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  2. The student teacher in school: Conditions for development

    J McNally, P Cope, B Inglis & I Stronach

    This paper is based on an analysis of interviews with student teachers, which focused on the nature of the support they received in school in making the transition from student to teacher. The... More

    pp. 485-498

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  3. Children's interpretations of curriculum events

    Barbara Morgan-Fleming & Walter Doyle

    The purpose of the project reported in this paper was to explore the nature of children's everyday interpretations of curriculum events in classrooms and the potential impact of these... More

    pp. 499-511

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  4. Tensions in the mentor teacher-student teacher relationship: Creating productive sites for learning within a high school English teacher education program

    Peg Graham

    This paper identifies two of the most divisive patterns of tension within the mentor teacher-student teacher relationship—philosophical differences and tolerance for uncertainty—within an... More

    pp. 513-527

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  5. Using a research simulation to challenge prospective teachers' beliefs about mathematics

    Sandra Schuck

    A cohort of first year prospective primary school teachers became aware of the affective aspects of learning mathematics through a research simulation. The students posed questions about issues... More

    pp. 529-539

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  6. Students' and teachers' perceptions of conflict and power

    Donetta J Cothran & Catherine D Ennis

    Social and economic changes have altered the traditional view of the teacher as the primary power holder in the classrooms making way for a reciprocal power relationship with students in which... More

    pp. 541-553

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  7. Teacher development in troubled waters

    Peter Posch & Franz Rauch

    pp. 555-561

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