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

Volume 22, Number 6

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Learning to advocate for educational equity in a teacher credential program

    Steven Z. Athanases & Kathleen J. Martin

    Drawing on a 5-year program-wide investigation of ways preservice teachers learn to teach to diversity, this study uses focus groups of graduates to illuminate survey results of their feeling well ... More

    pp. 627-646

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  2. Learning through participation. The potential of school-based teacher education for developing a professional identity

    Geert T.M. ten Dam & Sarah Blom

    This article deals with the potential of school-based teacher education for creating a professional community of learners. Learning to participate in the social and cultural practices with regard... More

    pp. 647-660

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  3. The telling stories of novice teachers: Constructing teacher knowledge in book clubs

    Mary Kooy

    This article reports on a teacher book club consisting of six novice teachers who met over a 2-year period beginning with their first entry into the profession to cultivate their teacher knowledge,... More

    pp. 661-674

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  4. Negotiating psychological disturbance in pre-service teacher education

    Tony Brown

    This article describes the results of studies into the intrapsychic disturbance experienced by student teachers. The process of becoming a teacher is explored in terms of transition and the... More

    pp. 675-689

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  5. Fostering multicultural appreciation in pre-service teachers through multicultural curricular transformation

    Elizabeth Bifuh Ambe

    Schools today represent students from diverse racial, linguistic, and other cultural backgrounds. Teacher-preparation institutions have the responsibility of providing prospective teachers with the... More

    pp. 690-699

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  6. Mentoring in-service teachers: Issues of role diversity

    Anjum Halai

    This paper reports on the findings from a review of classroom-based action research reports by the masters students of an in-service teacher education programme offered by the Aga Khan University, ... More

    pp. 700-710

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  7. Teacher storytelling: A means for creating and learning within a collaborative space

    Melody J. Shank

    Research has suggested that collaborative professional communities of teachers support on-going teacher professional development, school reform, and student achievement. Little research has... More

    pp. 711-721

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  8. The bi-polar professional self of aspiring teachers: Mission and power

    Isaac A. Friedman

    The aim of this article is to map and organize the expectations of aspiring teachers in the final stage of training into a coherent conceptual framework. A theoretical model, termed The teacher's... More

    pp. 722-739

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  9. Occupational wellbeing in a school community—Staff's and occupational health nurses’ evaluations

    Terhi Saaranen, Kerttu Tossavainen, Hannele Turunen & Harri Vertio

    This study is part of an action research project titled Promotion of School Community Staff's Occupational Wellbeing in Co-operation with Occupational Health Nurses (2001–04), which aims to promote... More

    pp. 740-752

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