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

Volume 19, Number 5

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The journey inward and outward: a re-examination of Fuller's concerns-based model of teacher development

    Paul F. Conway & Christopher M. Clark

    This study re-examines Fuller's widely cited model of teacher development. Fuller's model of teacher development, based on an analysis of teachers’ concerns, posits a three-stage model of teacher... More

    pp. 465-482

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  2. Challenge and support: the dynamics of student teachers’ professional learning in the field experience

    Sylvia Yee Fan Tang

    The quality of student teachers’ learning experiences in the field is a major concern in initial teacher education. This paper reports a qualitative case study of seven preservice student teachers’... More

    pp. 483-498

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  3. An alternative model for professional development: investigations into effective collaboration

    Mary D. Burbank & Don Kauchak

    Historically, teacher professional development has taken place in isolation and has been dependent upon input from outside “experts” (Sandholtz, A companion of direct and indirect professional... More

    pp. 499-514

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  4. Walking in two worlds: master teachers serving as site coordinators in partner schools

    Bonnie L Utley, Carole G Basile & Lynn K Rhodes

    The emergence of partnerships to promote simultaneous renewal of university schools and colleges of education as well as K-12 public schools has resulted in new roles for personnel in both settings... More

    pp. 515-528

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  5. Enhancing multipoint desktop video conferencing (MDVC) with lesson video clips: recent developments in pre-service teaching practice in Singapore

    Leslie Sharpe, Chun Hu, Lachlan Crawford, Saravanan Gopinathan, Myint Swe Khine, Swee Ngoh Moo & Angela Wong

    Rapid technological development in computer video conferencing and digital video photography over the last decade makes it easier than ever for teacher educators to use the technology in... More

    pp. 529-541

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  6. Inquiring into ‘techniques of power’ with preservice teachers through the ‘school film’ The Paper Chase

    James Trier

    In working with preservice teachers, I have often coupled academic readings with “school films” to take up critical issues. In this article, I discuss a project I designed to introduce preservice... More

    pp. 543-557

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