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Narratives on Teaching and Teacher Education
An International Perspective
This book is a compiled collection of papers on lived experiences and stories of teaching and learning to teach. Organized around the themes of discovery, transformation, and hope as reflected in teachers' and student teachers' narratives and stories, the contributors focus on the subjective meanings and interpretations invoked in teaching and learning to teach, including affective and psychological meanings, such as attitudes, knowledge and experiences. Drawing on narrative inquiry as a method of data collection and analysis, the book provides an international view of how research conducted in several different locations views teaching and teacher education and how diverse cultures embrace narrative as a way of knowing, learning, teaching and researching.
243 pages; ISBN 9780230622913
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