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|Title:||Learning and unlearning: The education of teacher educators|
|Keywords:||Inquiry-centered teacher education;Teacher educator communities;Teacher research|
|Publisher:||Teaching and Teacher Education|
|Citation:||Volume 19, Issue 1, Page 5-28|
|Abstract:||Despite the many expectations that US and other teacher educators around the world are striving to meet, there has been little attention to development of a curriculum for educating teacher educators, or to local and larger policies that might support the development of what teacher educators need to know and do in order to meet the complex demands of preparing teachers for the 21st century. In this article, Cochran-Smith analyzes four teacher educator communities in different contexts and entry points across the career lifespan. She makes the case that the education of teacher educators is substantially enriched when inquiry is a stance on the overall enterprise of teaching, schooling, and teacher education. © 2002 Published by Elsevier Science Ltd.|
|Appears in Collections:||Teacher Education|
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