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題名:Engaging Students Teachers in Reflective Thinking     (36點)
著者:Takagi, Akiko
出版地區:台灣
出版城市:台北市
學科:文學 ; 語言
關鍵字:Reflection ; Teacher education ; Journal writing
刊名:Hwa Kang Journal of English Language & Literature
卷期:15期(2009.6)
頁碼:217-234
語言:英語
摘要: 英文摘要PDF

Self.ref1 ection is an essential element of personal change (Dewey, 1991), and teachers should participate consciously and creatively in their own growth and development through re f1 e叫ion (Schön, 1987; Zeichner, 1999). Recently, there has been a gradual shift from the traditional transmission-based view of learning to a constructivi鈍. process-oriented view of learnîng în teacher education (Candall, 2000). In the latter view, teachers modîfy and develop their personal theories with constant ref1ection on their own practice (Hacker & Barkhuiz間, 2008; WiIliams, 2001). In Japan, the transmission-based view is still dominant in teacher education, and the importance of teacher ref1ection is not recognized. This paper explores the role of ref1ection and the views of student teachers on ref1 ective practice in teacher education in Japan. The study was conducted in an MA program in English Education at a national university. The participants were eight first.year students enrolled in a teaching methodology course. The class met once a week for two semesters over a year. In order to enhance students' reflection, the author asked students to submit a reflection journal every week. In these journals, the students ref1ected on what they learned in each class. In addition, they were expected to integrate theory and practice by refI ecting on their own past experiences as a teacher and a learner. The author made comments on each journal to further enhance refIection. The students were also asked to submit a refIection report on their own micro-teaching they conducted twice during the second semester. They reviewed and analyzed videotaped micro.teaching. At the end of the course, an int扭e盯rVI旭ew was conducted to de剖ter口m repor前t helped the students to realize the impo此ance of reflection and to engage inn r間e缸cti叩on. Discussion is based on the analysis of the interview data, written journals and refIection papers


    

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Hwa Kang Journal of English Language & Literature 15期 (2009.6)
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