Intervening or ignoring: Learning about teaching in new times

Blaise, M and Elsden-Clifton, J 2007, 'Intervening or ignoring: Learning about teaching in new times', Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 387-407.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Intervening or ignoring: Learning about teaching in new times
Author(s) Blaise, M
Elsden-Clifton, J
Year 2007
Journal name Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education
Volume number 35
Issue number 4
Start page 387
End page 407
Total pages 20
Publisher Routledge
Abstract In response to the rise of collaborative learning within education, two teacher educators redesigned their courses to explore the complexities of pedagogy within a New Learning framework. Multi-age grouping provided opportunities for pre-service teachers to work with others from different year levels on an interdisciplinary assessment task. As a result of this approach to teaching and learning, pre-service teachers were challenged and resistance arose. These acts of student resistance provided opportunities for examining the dynamics and complexity of collaborative learning and the implications this has for teachers in new times. In particular, it explores the tension around intervening and ignoring students' resistances created by engaging in new learning pedagogy.
Subject Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
DOI - identifier 10.1080/13598660701611404
Copyright notice © 2007 Australian Teacher Education Association
ISSN 1359-866X
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