A phenomenological study of talk sessions between a mentor and a beginning teacher and their relationship to the beginning teacher's early understandings of teaching
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The role of teacher knowledge and beliefs in classroom practices: A study of one fourth grade teacher's writing instruction Nigam, Anita (2015-05)The study focused on one teacher’s knowledge and beliefs about writing and how that knowledge and beliefs impacted her classroom writing instruction. One fourth grade teacher in an urban low SES elementary school participated ...
The teacher's role in helping students learn about and employ the craft of writing: a case study of two elementary school writing teachers Griffith, Robin Renea (Texas Tech University, 2006-08)Writing is a complex process that requires the divided attention of the writer who must pay attention to the message, the conventions of writing, and the craft of writing. The craft of writing refers to all the subtleties ...
Training teachers for americanization a course of study for normal schools and teachers' institutes Mahoney, John J.; United States. Bureau of Education (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1920)