Danielewicz, Jane. (2001) Teaching selves :identity, pedagogy, and teacher education Albany : State University of New York Press,MLA Citation
Danielewicz, Jane. Teaching Selves: Identity, Pedagogy, And Teacher Education. Albany : State University Of New York Press, 2001. Print.
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Teaching selves : identity, pedagogy, and teacher education /
|Main Author:||Danielewicz, Jane|
|Published:||Albany : State University of New York Press, 2001.|
SUNY series in teacher preparation and development.
|Topics:||Teachers - Training of - United States. | College students - United States - Longitudinal studies. | Enseignants - Formation - États-Unis. | Étudiants - États-Unis - Études longitudinales. | Lehrerbildung.|
|Regions:||United States. | USA.|
|Genres:||Longitudinal studies. | Longitudinal studies.|
|Main Author:||Danielewicz, Jane, 1952-|
|Physical Description:||xiii, 216 p. ; 24 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-210) and index.
|Review:||"This is a book about how identities arise, in particular, about how individuals "become" teachers, and how pedagogy in teacher education programs can promote identity development. Teaching Selves argues that being a teacher is not a matter of simply adopting a role but rather involves the construction of an identity as a teacher. Focusing on identity, the book tells the stories of six undergraduate students enrolled in a secondary teacher education program at a large state university. Through a qualitative study made up of interviews, observations, and teaching experiences with the subjects over a three-year period, the author explains the process of becoming a teacher, concentrating on the influences of education courses and other features of the teacher education program. Filled with students' stories and personal reflections from the author, Teaching Selves offers a personal vision of what is possible in a very public endeavor - the education of new teachers."--Jacket.