Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Mottley, Melinda URN etd-05232003-133755 Title The Cultivation of a Teacher in a Classroom Community Degree Master of Science Department Human Development Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Stremmel, Andrew J. Committee Chair Barksdale, Mary Alice Committee Member Fu, Victoria R. Committee Member Hill, Lynn T. Committee Member Keywords
- teacher research
- begining teaching
Date of Defense 2003-05-02 Availability restricted AbstractThe purpose of this study was to examine the dilemmas and tensions the researcher encountered as a teachers in a university-based lab school. Specifically, she examined the tensions within the context of the seemingly contradictory role expectations that were required of her as a student who was also a teacher.
This autobiographical form of self study was based on the principles of action research, of linking theory and practice through a cyclical process of action and reflection. The findings were reported in a narrative form and describe the process of how one woman came to know and understand herself as a teacher and an individual through her life inside and outside of the classroom.
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