Self -Study of Teacher Education Practices
August 4-8, 1996
The First International Conference on Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Practices
was sponsored by the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices special interest group of the American Educational Research Association.
Herstmonceux Castle is the International Study Centre of Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.
We are building here a collection of the papers presented at the conference,
as they appeared in the Conference Proceedings,
edited by Janet Richards of the University of Southern Mississippi
and produced by Tom Russell of Queen's University
and Alan Hyde of Hyde Publications, Bournemouth, UK.
"The Official Conference Photograph"
August 7, 1996
- The Context for Change in Teacher Education in Alberta
- Self-Study Unique to an Asian American
Linda K. Oda
- Exploring MOO Environments for Self-Study
Lisa DeMeulle, Rebecca S. Anderson, and John M. Johnston
- Professional Teaching Portfolio: A Catalyst for Rethinking Education
Judith Johnson, Jeff Kaplan, and Susan Marie Marsh
- Emergent Conceptions of Subject Integration in Teacher Education: An Action Research Study
Sandra Blenkinsop and Penelope Bailey
- The Politics of Epistemology and the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices
Ardra Cole and Gary Knowles
- The Other Side of Silence: Toward a Theory of Listening
- On Being Both a Researcher and a Dean: Listening to Voices of Authority
- Navigating Through a Maze of Contraindications: A Conversation on Self-Study and Teacher Education Reform
The "Arizona Group": Karen Guilfoyle, Mary Lynn Hamilton, Stefinee Pinnegar, & Peggy Placier
- Building a Teacher Education Community: Combining Electronic Mail with Face-to-Face Interactions
Rena Upitis and Tom Russell
- Can I (as a living contradiction) Join the We in Ardra Cole’s (1996) Question and Can You and I Help Each Other to Take Forward Our Self-Studies of Teacher Education Practices?
- Turning to the Artistic: Developing an Enlightened Eye by Creating Teaching Self-Portraits
- On Liberation Not Just Love: A Collective Self-Study of Three Teacher Educators Exploring the Meaning of Their Support for a Group of Special Needs Teachers
Pam Lomax, Moyra Evans, and Zoe Parker
- Learning through Self-Study: Exploring the Development of Knowledge
Jeff Northfield and John Loughran
- Coming From Different Angles With Different Agendas: How Do We Change Our Perceptions Whilst Holding Firm To Our Beliefs?
- Layers of Learning: A Cross-Institutional Self-Study of Several Teacher Educators’ Action Research Projects and the Influence of the Group on Those Projects
Vicki Kubler LaBoskey, Katharine Davies Samway, and Sara Garcia
- What Might We Learn about Teaching by Collecting "Data" about Emotions that Teachers Experience in Connection with their Teaching?
Fred Lighthall and Maureen Lighthall
- Understanding the Experience of Instructional Development
- Facilitating and Supporting Action Research by Teachers and Principals: Self-Study of a Superintendent’s Role
- Self-Study and the Development of Collective Knowledge