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The complex development of student-teachers' thinking

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Studies of student-teacher development have tended to suggest a three-stage model of development in which the novices' concerns shift outwards from an initial preoccupation with self, to a focus on tasks and teaching situations, and finally to consideration of pupil learning. This paper, based on sequence of post-lesson interviews conducted with 25 student teachers following 1-year postgraduate courses within school-based partnership schemes of initial teacher education, questions the adequac...

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10.1080/1354060032000097235

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, Education
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Journal:
Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice
Volume:
9
Issue:
4
Pages:
309-331
Publication date:
2003
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ISSN:
1354-0602
URN:
uuid:1a04be44-4499-4b5d-beba-756d9711d12b
Source identifiers:
490775
Local pid:
pubs:490775
Language:
English

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