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English Education, Vol. 31, No. 3, April 1999

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Table of Contents

  • Beyond Reflection

    David Schaafsma and Ruth Vinz

    Abstract: What we learn from the contributors to this issue is how to envision the process of understanding teaching as something more than merely "reflecting back" on our various practices. Reflection should be an active response to the present, and to possible future.

    Keywords: Pedagogy, College

  • Reflection and Refraction: A Reflexive Look at an Evolving Model for Methods Instruction

    Carol Pope

    Abstract: All teacher researchers think about reflection as a means of considering their classroom practice. What happens when we expand that notion to think about refraction, as we turn the reflective mirror on its side so that we can understand our practice from all possible angles and venues?

    Keywords: Assessment, Pedagogy, Research, Elementary, Middle, Secondary, College, Professional Development

  • "If I Were the Teacher": Situated Performances as Pedagogical Tools for Teacher Preparation

    Margaret J. Finders and Shirley K. Rose

    Abstract: Defines a pedagogical strategy that provides opportunities for prospective teachers to critically take up and reflect on the role of the teacher, a strategy called "situated performance." Describes situated performances in detail to illustrate their potential for educative experience. Shows how situated performances can complement current teacher-preparation practices. Includes responses to the article by four educators.

    Keywords: Pedagogy, College, Professional Development

  • Technology and Change in Atlantic Canada's New Secondary English Language Arts Curriculum

    Barrie Barrell

    Abstract: Articulates, through a critical analysis of Atlantic Canada's latest secondary English language arts curriculum documents, the expansion of traditionally understood conceptions of literacy to include information, media, and visual literacies. Examines the specific nature and extent to which technology and computer-mediated curricula are used to articulate meaning. Presents a response.

    Keywords: Assessment, Literacy, Pedagogy, Standards, Technology, Secondary

  • In Response

    Talisha Farmer, Alecia Jackson and Amelia Massengill-McLeod

    Abstract: Abstract for this article is currently not available.

    Keywords: College

  • In Response

    Karen Bishop, Becca Harkavy, Matthew Fuller Rose

    Abstract: Abstract for this article is currently not available.

    Keywords: College

  • In Response

    Roberta F. Hammett and Barrie Barrell

    Abstract: Abstract for this article is currently not available.

    Keywords: College

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