1st Edition

Exploring Professional Development Opportunities for Teacher Educators
Promoting Faculty-Student Partnerships




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ISBN 9780367748913
July 15, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
264 Pages 3 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Focusing on the partnerships and collaborations between teacher educators and students with regards to faculty members’ professional development, contributors from around the world provide insight into professional development opportunities in the context of teaching and collaborating with students. Contributions from these distinguished scholars come from a broad range of countries and cultures to ensure that the presented studies reveal rich information about diverse systems of teacher education.

The studies presented in the book demonstrate how these faculty student partnerships can significantly assist faculty members to develop professionally and produce benefits and impacts on their professional identity. Providing ideas and tools aimed at teacher educators around the world, this book explores partnerships and cooperation as a tool to lead to development and ultimately promotion.

This book is a must-read for all researchers, teacher educators and lecturers looking to expand their knowledge of partnerships with students in higher education.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 - Living and Learning Partnerships in Teacher Education, Alison Cook-Sather

Chapter 2 - Professional Development of Teacher Educators That Occurs as a Result of Working with Student Teachers – Literature Review, Leah Shagrir

Chapter 3 - Developing (as) Critically Reflective Practitioners: Linking Preservice Teacher and Teacher Educator Development, Rebecca Buchanan and Margaret Clark

Chapter 4 - Student Teachers Creating Space for Teacher Educators’ Reflection and Professional Development, Anne Jyrkiäinen, Outi Stüber and Marita Mäkinen

Chapter 5 - The Silent Revolution in Teacher Education, Smadar Bar-Tal

Chapter 6 - Reflections on establishing a student-staff partnership in Irish university-based teacher education, Aimie Brennan

Chapter 7 - Teacher Educators and Student Teachers Working as Partners to Improve the Effectiveness of Modelling: A Professional Learning Journey for the Teacher Educators, Gerda Geerdink and David Powell

Chapter 8 - How Does Working with and Mentoring Student Teachers Shape Teacher Educators’ Professional Identity? A Case from Turkey, Meral Beşken Ergişi

Chapter 9 - Teacher Educators and Student Teachers’ International Experiences: Mentoring Changes, Challenges and Opportunities, Davide Parmigiani, Andrea Maragliano, Chiara Silvaggio and Anna Molinari

Chapter 10 - Evaluating Professional Development of Teachers Educators: Analysis of Pedagogical Experience, Daiva Grakauskaitė- Karkockienė and Nijole Bražienė

Chapter 11 - Narrative Pedagogies in Cultivating Teacher Educators’ Professional Development, Eeva Kaisa, Hyry-Beihammer, Lassila T. Erkki and Uitto Minna

Chapter 12 - Studying the Evaluative Views of Students as a Tool for Professional Development of Teacher Educators, Lars Samuelsson and Niclas Lindström

Chapter 13 - Promoting Research Activity with Student Teachers as Professional Development for Teacher Educators, Alaster Scott Douglas

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Biography

Leah Shagrir is a senior researcher, and before her retirement she served as a teacher educator at Levinsky College of Education, Israel. Dr. Shagrir was awarded a Distinguished Fulbright Award in Teaching – 2009, to conduct research in Vanderbilt University, USA.

Smadar Bar-Tal is a senior researcher and lecturer, a leader in the field of online teaching and learning, at the Center for Innovative and Optimal Teaching at the Levinsky College of Education in Israel.