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

Volume 21, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Becoming a teacher educator: a personal perspective

    Ken Zeichner

    This paper examines various aspects of the author's transition from classroom teacher to a cooperating teacher and then from cooperating teacher to university teacher educator. This analysis is... More

    pp. 117-124

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  2. Becoming a teacher educator: evidence from the field

    Jean Murray & Trevor Male

    This article makes a contribution to understanding the challenges new teacher educators face in establishing their professional identities in Higher Education. The data collected for the study... More

    pp. 125-142

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  3. Being and becoming a mentor: school-based teacher educators and teacher educator identity

    Robert V. Bullough

    Drawing on Gee's (Social linguistics and literacies: ideology in discourses, RoutledgeFalmer, New York, 1996) categories of “ways” to view identity, a case study is constructed of a secondary... More

    pp. 143-155

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  4. Quality requirements for teacher educators

    Bob Koster, Mieke Brekelmans, Fred Korthagen & Theo Wubbels

    This study deals with the quality requirements that are needed for teacher educators. The tasks teacher educators have to do and the competencies they should possess (a professional profile),... More

    pp. 157-176

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  5. Teacher educators’ expertise: what do novice teachers and teacher educators say?

    Kari Smith

    Expertise of teachers has been the topic of many studies in the field of teacher education published in recent years. Less attention is, however, given to expertise of teacher educators; the focus ... More

    pp. 177-192

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  6. Modelling by teacher educators

    John Loughran & Amanda Berry

    A desirable professional competency of teacher educators is the ability to explicitly model for their students, the thoughts and actions that underpin one's pedagogical approach. However desirable,... More

    pp. 193-203

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  7. Values in education: a challenge for teacher educators

    Martijn Willemse, Mieke Lunenberg & Fred Korthagen

    The (growing) political, social and scientific attention to the moral aspects of teaching also concerns teacher education.This article reports an exploratory study into the preparation of student... More

    pp. 205-217

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  8. Teacher educators as researchers: multiple perspectives

    Marilyn Cochran-Smith

    This article suggests that part of the task of the teacher educator is functioning simultaneously as both researcher and practitioner. However, there are sharply diverging viewpoints about the... More

    pp. 219-225

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