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Developing Teachers: Adopting observation tools that suspend judgement to stimulate evidence-informed dialogue during the teaching practicum to enrich teacher professional development

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Författare Sally Windsor
Jeana Kriewaldt
Melanie Nash
Annika Lilja
Jane Thornton
Publicerad i Professional Development in Education
ISSN 1941-5257
Publiceringsår 2020
Publicerad vid Institutionen för didaktik och pedagogisk profession
Språk en
Länkar doi.org/10.1080/19415257.2020.17124...
Ämnesord Teacher professional development, evidence, conversation, dialogue, teacher reflection, practicum, field experiences
Ämneskategorier Pedagogik, Pedagogiskt arbete

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This research involves two case studies, one in Melbourne, Australia the other in Gothenburg, Sweden, that focus on how using observation tools to gather classroom evidence of teaching and learning promoted opportunities to discuss and develop professional practice. We found that dialogues between pre-service teachers and more experienced practicing teachers after an observed lesson were richer and more nuanced in their feedback when evidence was gathered and presented in a common way. The feedback provided in these dialogues was utilised in an ongoing manner when the evidence took the form of an observation tool that was provided to the pre-service teachers. Crucially these observation tools prompted pre-service teachers and their supervising teachers to attend to evidence of learning in their classes and make their reasoning and choices in practice transparent. The concepts of relational agency, communities of practice, and practice architectures provide the analytic framework for this study. Our findings suggest that in both cases formalisation of evidence-informed professional dialogues between pre-service teachers, mentors and others, can create further opportunities for professional development, provide a safe framework to interpret and expand the ‘object of activity’, and gain deeper understanding of the ‘doings, sayings and relatings’ in communities of teaching practice.

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