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Agency through teacher education : reflection, community, and learning

Agency through Teacher Education: Reflection, Community, and Learning addresses the ways that agency functions for those involved in twenty-first-century teacher education. This book, commissioned by the Association of Teacher Educators, relies on the voices of teacher education candidates, in-service teachers, school leaders, and university-based educators to illustrate what agency looks like, sounds like, and feels like for people trying to act as agents of change
eBook, English, c2012
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Lanham, Md., c2012
1 online resource (xxiii, 182 p.)
9781610489195, 9781299318601, 9781610489171, 9781610489188, 1610489195, 1610489179, 1299318606, 1610489187
Forward—Annette DigbyPreface Acknowledgements Introduction— Kami M. Patrizio, Ryan Flessner, Grant R. Miller, & Julie R. HorwitzSECTION ISection I Introduction – Grant R. Miller & Christie McIntyreChapter 1 – Teacher Learners’ Oral History Projects: Exploring How Our Communities and Cultural Pasts Shape Us – Megan BlumenreichChapter 2 – Photovoice as a Critical Reflection Methodology – Julie R. HorwitzChapter 3 – Supporting Prospective Teachers’ Critical Reflection in Mathematics Teacher Education – Mathew D. Felton & Courtney KoestlerChapter 4 – Teacher Leaders: African American Women Experiencing and Enacting Social Justice – Vonzell Agosto & Zorka KaranxhaSection I Commentary – Nancy Gallavan & Angela Webster-SmithSECTION IISection II Introduction – Ryan Flessner & Julie R. HorwitzChapter 5 – Understanding Community Voices as a Force in Teacher Education – Ryan Flessner & Paula A. MageeChapter 6 – Enhancing Educator Agency Through the Development of Boundary Spanning Competencies – Michael P. EvansChapter 7 – Knowledge of Community and Technology as Parallel Tools of Agency in Teacher Preparation – Rashmi Kumar, Christopher G. Pupik Dean, & Nancy Lee Rodenberg Bergey Chapter 8 – Community Engagement as Catalyst for Critical Reflection and Agency Within a Professional Development School Clinical Program – Mary KlehrSection II Commentary – Gregory MichieSECTION IIISection III Introduction – Kami M. PatrizioChapter 9 – Building Administrator as Teacher Educator: Fostering Teacher Agency From Within the System – Laura McDermottChapter 10 – I Want to Test My Own Unique Ideas”: Tensions in the Teacher Candidate-Cooperating Teacher Relationship – Janet JohnsonChapter 11 – Teacher Shared Leadership for Educating English Learning Students – Katie Brooks Chapter 12 – Systemic Educational Change: Applying Social Network Theory to Lateral Learning Among Principals – Corrie Stone-Johnson & Kristin KewSection III Commentary – Jim NolanChapter 13 – What We Learned about Agency in Teacher Education – Grant R. Miller, Ryan Flessner, Kami M. Patrizio, & Julie R. HorwitzAbout the AuthorsIndex
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