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Title: The process of changing identity: Pit Stops and Magic Moments of New Teacher Educators.
Authors: Mohamed, Carmen
Bachelor, Elaine
Issue Date: Feb-2009
Presented at: ESCalate, Lancaster
Start Date: 18-May-2008
End Date: 18-May-2008
Publisher: Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Citation: Conference proceedings of the 4th ESCalate ITE conference, 2008 (4), pp. 204-211.
Abstract: The existing research on New Teacher Educators (NTEs) in the UK context indicates that the first year is a time of rapid learning and acquisition of new forms of knowledge and understanding. Research also indicates that there are three priorities for most NTEs in their first year; survival, shifting the lens and laying the foundations for research (Boyd et al., 2007:7). It is within this framework that we set our theoretical study using qualitative data in the form of transcripts from professional reflections written for the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice in Higher Education (PGCAPHE), interviews with ITE researchers and self documented critical incidents.
ISBN: 978-1-905788-94-1
Links: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/10333
Version: Publisher Version
Type: Conference Paper
Rights: © ESCalate February 2009 Permission is granted to copy and distribute this document in unaltered form only, for the purposes of teaching, research, private study, criticism and review, provided that the original author and publisher is acknowledged.
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