Autor: Gayle A. Buck
ISBN-13: 9783319324456
Veröffentl: 16.07.2016
Einband: Book
Seiten: 240
Gewicht: 878 g
Format: 241x164x35 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Enhancing Professional Knowledge of Pre-Service Science Teacher Education by Self-Study Research

Turning a Critical Eye on Our Practice
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Compiles self-studies in science teacher education
highlighting methods, content, and doctoral level courses to foster discussion
on complexities of science teacher education
Forward:Building on Findings from Self-Studies in Science Education, John Loughran.- Part
I Introduction: Self-Studies and Science Education.- Garnering theUnderstandings Emerging from Self-Studies in Science Teacher Education, Gayle
A. Buck, Valarie L. Akerson and Brent Gilles.- Self Study in Pre-Service
Science Teacher Education, Allan Feldman.- Part II Self-Studies and Science
Content Courses for Teachers.- Promoting Student Agency in Science Inquiry: A
Self-Study of Relational Pedagogical Practices in Science Teacher Education, Amy
Trauth-Nare, Gayle A. Buck & Nicole Beeman-Cadwallader.- Using Self-Study
to Learn to Teach Genetics to Pre-Service Teachers for Understanding and for
Teaching, Eunice Nyamupangedengu.- Using Self-Study to Evaluate a Pedagogical
Approach for Navigating Conflicts in a Science Content Course for Preservice
Teachers, Sarah Quebec Fuentes & Mark Bloom.- Exploring our Theoretical and
Practical Understanding of Enthusiasm in Science Teaching: A Self-Study of Elementary
Teacher Preparation, Brent Gilles & Gayle A. Buck.- Response of Section II:
Practicing, Modeling, and Influencing Approaches to Teaching - A Commentary, Michael
Bowen.- Part III Self-Studies and Elementary Science Methods Courses.- Evolving
Goals, Pedagogies, and Identities as an Elementary Science Teacher Educator: Prioritizing
Practice, Elizabeth A. Davis.- Our Journey of Understanding through Lesson Study,
Stephen Marble, Michael Kamen, Gilbert Naizer & Molly Weinburgh.- How
Science Teacher Educators of Color Conceptualize and Operationalize their
Pedagogy in Science Methods Courses, Karthigeyan Subramaniam, Sumreen Asim, Eun
Young Lee & Kia S. Rideaux.- Uncertainties of Learning to Teach Elementary
Science Methods Using Engineering Design: A Science Teacher Educator's Self-Study,
Brenda M. Capobianco.- Response of Section III: Self-Studies of Elementary
Science Teacher Education: Insights, Implications, and Future Research
Directions, Lucy Avraamidou.- Part IV Self-Studies
and Secondary Science Methods Courses.- Experiences with Activities Developing
Pre-Service Science Teacher Data Literacy, G. Michael Bowen, Anthony Bartley,
Leo MacDonald & Ann Sherman.- Going Beyond the Status Quo: A Longitudinal
Self-Study of a School Based Science Teacher Preparation Program, Nidaa Makki& Gary Holliday.- Biology Student Teachers' Reflections in Eportfolios as a
Trigger for Self-Study of a Teacher Educator, Lindsey N. Connor.- Response of
Section IV, Gillian Roehrig.- Part V. Self-studies and the Preparation of
Future Science Teacher Educators.- Finding the Means to Initiate and Sustain a
Teacher Educator's Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) Development in Science Education, Anne Hume.- Trash or
Treasure? Re-conceptualizing My Ruins as a Tool for Re-Imagining the Nature of
Science Teacher Education, Maria F.G. Wallace.- Supporting New Members as They Transition
into our Science Educational Community of Practice, Gayle A. Buck & Valarie
L. Akerson.- Developing
Knowledge of Practice through Self-Study: Becoming a Science Teacher Educator, Jennifer
Mansfield, John Loughran & Gillian Kidman.- Response to Section V:
Reflections on Self-Studies and the Preparation of Future Science Teacher
Educators, Justin Dillon.- VI. Epilogue.- Here's Looking at You Kid: When the
Researcher Becomes the Sample, Norman G. Lederman & Judith S. Lederman.- Turning a Critical Eye on Our
Practice: Influence of Current Stories, Valarie L. Akerson & Gayle A. Buck.-
VIII. Afterward, Joanne K. Olson.- Index.
Self-study research is making an impact on the field of science education. University researchers employ these methods to improve their instruction, develop as instructors, and ultimately, impact their students' learning. This volume provides an introduction to self-study research in science education, followed by manuscripts of self-studies undertaken by university faculty and those becoming university faculty members in science teacher education. Chapter authors range from those new to the field to established researchers, highlighting the value of self-study research in science teacher education for every career rank. The fifteen self-studies provided in this book support and extend this contemporary work in science teacher education. They, and the subsequent reflections on professional knowledge, are organized into four sections: content courses for preservice teachers, elementary methods courses, secondary methods courses, and preparation of future teacher educators. Respondents from various locations around the globe share their reflections on these sections. A culminating reflection of the findings of these studies is provided at the end of the book that provides an overview of what we have learned from these chapters, as well as a reflection on the role of self-study research in the future of science teacher education.

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Autor: Gayle A. Buck
ISBN-13:: 9783319324456
ISBN: 3319324454
Erscheinungsjahr: 16.07.2016
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 878g
Seiten: 240
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 241x164x35 mm, Bibliographie