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1 Cheryl J. Craig, Ph.D Director of Elementary Education Coordinator of Teaching and Teacher Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction Designed by Sami Hwang

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3 Using What We Know to Grow the Teachers That We Need: An Exploration of Teacher Images in Teaching and Teacher Education

4 5) Handbook of Reflective Practice Internal Review of Teacher Education Program Four Simultaneous External Reviews of College of Education and Teacher Education Programs 1) International Handbook of Teaching and Teacher Education 3) Encyclopedia of Education 2) Handbook of Narrative Inquiry 5) Handbook of Reflective Practice 6) SAGE Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction 4) American Teacher Educators’ Yearbook The Dragon in School Backyards Teacher College Press Why is Dissemination So Difficult? American Educational Research Journal The Monkey’s Paw Curriculum Inquiry School Portfolios Teaching and Teacher Educations Change, Changing, and Being Changed Studying Teacher Education What Teacher Know and How They Know it Journal of Teacher Education

5 We know a great deal about teaching and teacher education. But how might we actually use what we know to grow the teachers that we need?

6 German Didaktic Student TeacherContent Forming [rather than Instructing] Students Image of Teaching

7 Meaning Making In pursuit of more Informed action Student TeacherText Jewish Hermeneutic Image of Teaching

8 Greek Image of Teaching Pedagogy Content Expert Pedagogue Students (Slave Teacher)

9 Teacher-as-Researcher Image Teacher-as-Researcher Curriculum Innovation Curriculum Dissemination How to bring about curricular change

10 Teacher-as-Reflective Practitioner Teachers’ Practical knowledge Unique Situations Reflection-in and on-Practice Societal Complexity versus Technical Rationalism

11 Joseph Schwab Michael Connelly Jean Clandinin

12 Teacher-as-Curriculum Implementer Image Teacher as Agent of the State Curriculum Implementation Planned Curriculum Fidelity to Mandated Curriculum

13 Student Teacher Content Forming [rather than Instructing] Students German Didaktic Student Teacher Text Meaning making In pursuit of more Informed action Jewish Hermeneutic Content expert Pedagogue (slave teacher0 Students Pedagogy Greek Image of Teaching Teacher-as-researcher Curriculum Innovation Curriculum Dissemination How to bring about Curricular change Teacher-as-Researcher Image Curriculum Dissemination Teacher-as-Reflective-Practitioner Unique Situations Teachers’ Practical knowledge Reflection-in and on- Practice Image of Teaching

14 Teacher-as-Curriculum Maker Image Teacher Learner MilieuSubject Matter Curriculum as lived

15 Curriculum Field Teacher-as- Curriculum Maker Teaching and Teacher Education Fields

16 Classroom Space Teachers Curriculum Discretionary Classroom space Students

17 Teacher-as-Curriculum Implementer Image Teacher as Agent of the State Curriculum Implementation Planned Curriculum Fidelity to Mandated Curriculum

18 Curriculum is what happens – what becomes instantiated – in the moments When teaching and learning fuse

19 Teacher Student Milieu Knowledge about himself/ herself as teachers Content Mandated book Subject matter Knowledge of studies In milieu Past history Present experiences Future Intentions Relationships Curriculum guide Social culture content Socio- economic milieu Past history Race / Cultural conditions Geo politics

20 Teacher/ Preservice Teacher Epicenter of the curriculum exchange Encounter students face-to-face

21 Teacher Students Planned Curriculum Guides Documents Books Lived Curriculum What they reflect on Build theories about Negotiate meanings for Curriculum = Life

22 Teacher-as-Curriculum-Maker Important Counter story

23 Greene (1988, p. 14) … that a teacher agent in search of his/her own freedom is the only kind of teacher who can arouse young persons to go in search of their own.

24 All about the Learner View of Self as Capable of Growth View of Self as Incompetent

25 Joseph Schwab Elliot Eisner Gail McCutcheon James Henderson Seymour Fox Miriam Ben-Peretz Elbaz-Luwisch Lee Shulman Palema GrossmanAnna Richert Suzanne Wilson Michael Connelly Jean Clandinin Cheryl CraigCarola ConleMing Fang He Janice Huber Margaret Olson

26 Teacher-as-Curriculum-Maker Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Action Research Case Study Research Reflective Portfolio Making Literatures Narrative Practices, Interdisciplinary studies, Teacher Work Groups, and Teachers Helping Teacher

27 Capacity Content Pedagogue Good Person Discretionary Space : High Quality Teaching and Learning

28 Incapacity Content Memorized Content Teacher Student

29 Knowers of their experiences Agents of their own actions


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