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

Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. John Dewey & psychologizing the subject-matter: big ideas, ambitious teaching, and teacher education

    John P. Smith & Mark Girod

    John Dewey's (The Essential Dewey, Vol. I, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, 1902) proposal that rich and engaged learning requires teachers to “psychologize” their subject-matter is now... More

    pp. 295-307

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  2. The need for change in elementary school teacher training—a cross-college age study of future teachers’ conceptions of basic astronomy concepts

    Ricardo Trumper

    Do students in pre-service training programs for elementary school teachers hold the correct scientific views, which will eventually allow them to plan and implement instructional strategies, which... More

    pp. 309-323

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  3. Reciprocal Teaching procedures and principles: two teachers’ developing understanding

    Jennifer R Seymour & Helena P Osana

    The effectiveness of Reciprocal Teaching, a reading comprehension instructional technique, has been repeatedly demonstrated. According to Brown and Campione (Innovations in Learning, Erlbaum,... More

    pp. 325-344

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  4. A case study approach to study one teacher's moral reflection

    Jukka Husu & Kirsi Tirri

    In this paper, we present a case study approach to study one teacher's moral reflection. The theoretical framework is built on three philosophical and ethical reference points that the teacher uses... More

    pp. 345-357

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  5. Inclusive practice: a biographical approach

    Torill Moen, Sigrun Gudmundsdottir & Annlaug Flem

    For the past decades, inclusive educational practice has developed to be a guiding political vision in Norway as in several other Western countries. In this article, we are concerned with how the... More

    pp. 359-370

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