Knowing, Becoming, Doing as Teacher Educators: Identity, Intimate Scholarship, Inquiry Vol: 26


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781784411404
Published:
14 Dec 2015
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
416 pages - 152 x 229 x 26mm
Series:
Advances in Research on Teaching
The Advances in Research on Teaching series was established to provide state-of-the-art conceptualization and analysis of the processes involved in functioning as a classroom teacher. These include not only the behaviors of teachers that can be observed in the classroom, but also the planning, thinking, and decision making that occur before, during, and after interaction with students.
Introduction to the Book. Section Overview – Identity. Definitions of Identity. Naming-and-Being-Named. Pathways and Experience. Knowledge as a Teacher Educator. Identity Conclusion. Disruption between Identity and Intimate Scholarship. Section Overview – Intimate Scholarship. The Value of the Particular. Vulnerability. Openness. Dialogue as a Tool for Knowing. Oriented Toward the Ontological. Intimate Scholarship Conclusion. Disruption between intimate scholarship and inquiry. Section Overview – Inquiry. Knowing through Inquiry into Experience. Designing Inquiry. Attending to the Process of Inquiry in Intimate Scholarship. Trustworthiness, Coherence, Rigor. Disruption between Inquiry, Conclusion, and International Connections. About the Authors. References. Copyright page. Knowing, Becoming, Doing as Teacher Educators: Identity, Intimate Scholarship, Inquiry. Preface – A Deleuzian Journey. Advances in Research on Teaching. Knowing, Becoming, Doing as Teacher Educators: Identity, Intimate Scholarship, Inquiry. Final Summary. Discussion of International Connections. Inquiry Conclusion. Disruption – Forming, Framing, and Linking in Developing Research Questions. Disruption – Scrutinizing Trustworthiness in Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices Research. Disruption – What’s in a Name? Exploring the Edges of Autoethnography, Narrative and Self-Study of Teacher Education Practice Methodologies.
Drawing heavily on the thought of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (1925-95), Hamilton and Pinnegar seek to disrupt and entangle the ways they have seen teaching and research defined and to see if they might bring fluidity to ways of thinking about these issues in order to bring possibility to teacher educators and renew education. Their topics include pathways and experience, knowledge as a teacher educator, dialogue as a tool for knowing, knowing through inquiry into experience, and attending to the process of inquiry in intimate scholarship. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.

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