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

Volume 19, Number 7

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Workshops, in-service teacher education, and the Eight-Year Study

    Robert V. Bullough & Craig Kridel

    This essay explores the origins and practice of the “workshop” as a form of in-service teacher education developed during the Eight-Year Study (1933–1941)11Tanner and Tanner (1975) describe the... More

    pp. 665-679

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  2. Stepping stones to success: previously developed career competencies and their benefits to career switchers transitioning to teaching

    Gail A. Mayotte

    This case study looks at four second career teachers’ recognition of previously developed career competencies and their influences on teaching philosophy and classroom practice as they adapt to a... More

    pp. 681-695

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  3. If they come, we should listen: African American education majors’ perceptions of a predominantly white university experience

    Anna Marie Frank

    The recruitment and retention of minority students in teacher education programs has received the attention of schools of education. For those minority students who choose to pursue a career in... More

    pp. 697-717

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  4. Preservice teachers’ notions of families and schooling

    Elizabeth Graue & Christopher P. Brown

    Although there is widespread support given to the idea of strong home–school relations, little attention is paid to the issue in teacher education programs. To understand the perspectives... More

    pp. 719-735

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  5. How teachers and researchers read academic articles

    Nat Bartels

    This study looks at language teachers’ and language researchers’ expectations and evaluations of two kinds of journal articles, either researcher-oriented or teacher-oriented. The results show that... More

    pp. 737-753

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  6. Progress at school: pedagogy and the care for knowledge

    R. Nash

    The importance of care for learners is recognised as fundamental of teaching: it is argued that teaching equally requires a care for knowledge. Within a realist theory, to care for knowledge,... More

    pp. 755-767

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