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Prospective elementary teachers' beliefs about teaching: Implications for teacher education

Prospective elementary teachers' beliefs about teaching: Implications for teacher education,10.1016/0742-051X(90)90019-2,Teaching and Teacher Educatio

Prospective elementary teachers' beliefs about teaching: Implications for teacher education   (Citations: 53)
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Journal: Teaching and Teacher Education - TEACH TEACH EDUC , vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 279-290, 1990
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    • ...Pre‐service teachers enter teacher preparation programmes with their own nest of well‐established beliefs about teaching and learning that are firm and resistant to change (Abusson & Webb, 1992; Joram & Gabriele, 1998; Weinstein, 1990; Zeichner & Gore, 1990)...

    Khajornsak Buaraphan. Metaphorical Roots of Beliefs about Teaching and Learning Science and ...

    • ...Teachers carry their personal experiences into teacher education programs and change their beliefs and thoughts as they experience formal knowledge and complex classroom settings through practicums (Burant & Kirby, 2002; Weinstein, 1990; Witcher, Onwuegbuzie, Minor, & James, 2002)...

    Miai Kimet al. Child Care Teaching as Women's Work: Reflections on Experiences

    • ...Several research studies have aimed to determine teachers' and student teachers' concerns about their profession (Fuller 1969; Reeves and Kazelskis 1985; Weinstein 1989, 1990; O'Connor and Taylor 1992; Guillaume and Rudney 1993; O'Connell 1994; Pigge and Marso 1997; Chan and Leung 1998; Ghaith and Shaaban 1999; Swennen, Jörg and Korthagen 2004)...

    Yezdan Boz. Turkish student teachers' concerns about teaching

    • ...Armed with this information, teacher educators can plan for program experiences that will validate or act as dissonance for the GPSTs, understanding that persevering beliefs are part of the students’ latent philosophy (Bolin, 1988) and are often difficult to reposition (Schommer, 1990; Weinstein, 1990)...
    • ...For example, the GPSTs’ idealism and unfamiliarity of the curriculum in all its facets seems to mirror the literature on undergraduate preservice teachers’ perspectives (Weinstein, 1988; 1990) and how they define successful teachers (Calderhead & Robson, 1991)...

    Beverly A. Perrachioneet al. Why Do They Stay? Elementary Teachers' Perceptions of Job Satisfaction...

    • ...Armed with this information, teacher educators can plan for program experiences that will validate or act as dissonance for the GPSTs, understanding that persevering beliefs are part of the students’ latent philosophy (Bolin, 1988) and are often difficult to reposition (Schommer, 1990; Weinstein, 1990)...
    • ...For example, the GPSTs’ idealism and unfamiliarity of the curriculum in all its facets seems to mirror the literature on undergraduate preservice teachers’ perspectives (Weinstein, 1988; 1990) and how they define successful teachers (Calderhead & Robson, 1991)...

    Audra Parkeret al. Exploring Graduate Elementary Education Preservice Teachers' Initial T...

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