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Autumn 2014 Vol.8 No.1- Teacher Education: Learning From Experiences

The submissions in this issue share current and emerging policies, practices and challenges in teacher education.

The journal is available in multiple formats. The PDF version is offered with links as well, and is easy to download and print. Printed, bound copies are also available. They can be purchased at lulu.com, and are priced at the cost of printing. Finally, we offer an ibook version so that you may enjoy Learning Landscapes on your tablet.

 

 

 

Table of Contents

 

5 Statement of Purpose

 

6 Review Board

 

7 Editorial

Lynn Butler-Kisber

 

15 Shifting Teacher Education From “Skilling Up” to Sustaining Beginning Teachers

C. Aiden Downey, Lee Schaefer, and D. Jean Clandinin

 

21 The Question of Teacher Education

Madeleine R. Grumet

 

27 Looking Back at a Landmark Study About Why Teachers Matter

Eigil Pedersen

 

37 Are You Experienced?

William F. Pinar

 

45 The Key to Arts Education: First Inspire the Teachers

Michael Wilson

 

55 What Lies Beneath: Exploring Experiences of Faculty Learning From Informal Relationships

Anne Benoit

 

71 Taking Action in Teacher Education: Social Studies as a Means of Cultivating Engaged Citizenship

Theodore Michael Christou

 

87 Shaping Professional Identity With Saving Stories

Lynne Driedger-Enns and M. Shaun Murphy

 

105 Working Towards Meaningful Reflection in Teacher Education as Professional Learning

Susan E. Elliott-Johns

 

123 The Ups and Downs of a French Immersion Kindergarten Teacher: My Journey Toward an Inquiry-Based Approach to Teaching

Paula Fortier

 

139 Myth, Metaphor, and Metacognition: Shaping Voice and Identity Through Poetry in Teacher Education

Amanda Nicole Gulla

 

153 Intimate Scholarship in Research: An Example From Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Practices Methodology

Mary Lynn Hamilton and Stefinee Pinnegar

 

173 The Role of Field Experiences in the Professional Socialization of Early Career Literacy Teachers

Katrina Bartow Jacobs

 

193 To Where Teachers Learn: Following the Yellow Brick Road

The Narrative Inquiry Group

 

213 A Belizean Education: Learning From an International Field Experience

Daniel B. Robinson and Rebecca Bell

 

233 Teacher Educator Professional Development as Reflexive Inquiry

Leyton Schnellert, Pamela Richardson, and Sabre Cherkowski

 

251 Uprooting and Settling In: The Invisible Strength of Deficit Thinking

Manu Sharma and John P. Portelli

 

269 Beginning Science Teachers’ Use of Tools to Learn Ambitious Instruction

David Stroupe

 

287 Bridging the Gap: Teacher-Parent Partnerships for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Teri A. Todd, Jennifer Beamer, and Joan Goodreau

 

305 Culturally Responsive Teaching: Stories of a First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Cross-Curricular Infusion in Teacher Education

Diane Vetter, Celia Haig-Brown, and Melissa Blimkie

 

323 Teaching ICT to Pre-Service Teachers: Experiences and Reflections

Zuochen Zhang

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CALL for Submissions

We are welcoming submissions to be considered for publication in our twenty-first issue entitled "Teaching With Technology: Pedagogical Possibilities and Practicalities" (AUTUMN 2017) and our twenty-second issue entitled "Teaching and Learning With Stories" (SPRING 2018).

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