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Petroelje Stolle, Elizabeth; Frambaugh-Kritzer, Charlotte; Freese, Anne; Persson, Anders – Studying Teacher Education, 2019
This self-study documents two teacher educators' professional inquiry into the notions of critical friendship. Specifically, we asked: How does our interactive inquiry on the topic of critical friendship lead us to new understandings of critical friends? Three theoretical perspectives framed this study -- More Knowledgeable Others, Thought…
Descriptors: Friendship, Teacher Educators, Teacher Collaboration, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Martin, Andrea K.; Russell, Tom – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
If the practicum is the most valued element of a teacher education program, how good is each teacher candidate's learning and how well is it supported by the university supervisor? While most self-studies of teacher education practices focus on practices in the university classroom, this article reports an analysis of a supervisor's practices,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Practicum Supervision, Practicums
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Taylor, Lauren Paravato; Newberry, Melissa – Studying Teacher Education, 2018
Research on teacher emotion regulation is typically conducted by outsiders and focuses on how emotion is regulated. This self-study was conducted by a practicing teacher to explore the lived experience of teacher emotion regulation and the many influences that inspire the need for such regulation. Throughout a 14-week semester, daily…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Reflection, Experience, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Russell, Tom – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
This self-study of activities as a practicum supervisor in several secondary schools focuses on the supervisor's contribution to the quality of a teacher candidate's professional learning in the context of a familiar tension between on-campus courses and in-school practicum experiences. Data from both formal and informal supervisory experiences…
Descriptors: Practicum Supervision, Practicums, Educational Quality, Educational Improvement
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Gregory, Kristen H.; Diacopoulos, Mark M.; Branyon, Angela; Butler, Brandon M. – Studying Teacher Education, 2017
Teacher education doctoral seminars can provide a space for students to collaborate, reflect and support each other as they transition from teacher to teacher educator. These spaces also provide a forum for the learning of new research methodologies. This collaborative self-study chronicles how one group of doctoral students learned self-study…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Doctoral Programs, Seminars, Graduate Students
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Farnsworth, Megan – Studying Teacher Education, 2016
In order to improve her practice, a teacher educator explored emotions as catalysts for teaching and learning by asking the research question, "How can I support preservice teachers' emotional intelligence (EI), as well as my own, as we negotiate the impact of strong emotions in the pedagogical environment?" Three levels of reflection…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Allen, Jared; Park Rogers, Meredith; Borowski, Rebecca – Studying Teacher Education, 2016
It is often assumed that graduate students will develop as teacher educators simply by participating in a doctoral program. However, research has shown that doctoral students find the shift from teaching K-12 to preparing teachers to be a difficult transition. Within the context of a doctoral program community of practice established specifically…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Professional Identity, Adjustment (to Environment), Personality Traits
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Byrd, Ben – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
The primary goal of this research is to better understand my students' reading orientations--what they believe it means to be a successful reader. I also seek to identify the relationship between those beliefs and my teaching. The data come primarily from six focal students in my second-grade classroom in an urban public charter elementary school…
Descriptors: Grade 2, Elementary School Students, Reading Instruction, Reading Strategies
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Jones, Katrina E. – Studying Teacher Education, 2015
The goal of this research is to examine how implementing a new pedagogical structure, Academic Choice, informs my understanding of my students as learners and individuals. Using a self-study methodology over the course of eight working sessions in my Kindergarten classroom, I collected multiple forms of qualitative data, including student work…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Preschool Teachers, Qualitative Research, Documentation
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McDonough, Sharon – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
Supporting pre-service teachers as they develop their understandings of teaching, learning and their identities as teachers is complex and multi-faceted work. I draw on self-study to explore my work in a new partnership model between a school in Victoria, Australia and a regional university. During 2013, I worked in both contexts and carried out…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mentors, Preservice Teachers, Partnerships in Education
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Pittaway, Sharon; Dowden, Tony – Studying Teacher Education, 2014
This article is an account of a collaborative self-study of the process of providing written feedback on assessment to our teacher education students. Our five-year study grew out of concerns that written feedback might not always meet the learning needs of our students. The study was informed by on-going analysis of our reading of the relevant…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Feedback (Response)
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Arce, Josephine – Studying Teacher Education, 2013
This study focuses on how a Chicana/Latina professor contributed to the development of social consciousness with Spanish bilingual credential candidates in a Teacher Education Multiple Subject Credential Program, in California, USA. As a teacher educator, my goals were to look deeply at my teaching approach and to evaluate what the students and I…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Teacher Educators, Women Faculty
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Cardetti, Fabiana A.; Orgnero, M. Carolina – Studying Teacher Education, 2013
This study presents the results of a self-study of interdisciplinary work that has generated profound changes in our teaching practices. The research grew out of an interest in exploring the nature of our work and the practices that contribute to its success. Our self-study revealed that our work process consists of five stages and is the product…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Teacher Education, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Cooperation
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Kim, Younghee M.; Greene, William L. – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This three-year collaborative self-study examined the impact of core reflection on our identities and practices as teacher educators. We discovered four themes that defined the core identity issues in our study: (a) understanding the contradictory nature of core qualities; (b) confronting our own hypocrisies; (c) holding ambiguity; and (d)…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teaching Methods, Reflection, Identification (Psychology)
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Margolin, Ilana; Tabak, Edith – Studying Teacher Education, 2011
This collaborative self-study explores the co-construction of professional teacher education knowledge through mentoring, framed within the notion of working in an interpretive zone. The study is set in a learning community established in a college of education where Ilana was the head of the elementary department and Edith served as a new…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Organizational Change, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Mentors
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