Teachers know how complicated their work is. They constantly balance considerations for individual students with those of the group; they think about how past events affect today's lessons; and they constantly adapt and revise for future lessons. But few people ever get to see teachers' work in this way. The most energizing, relational, complicated, inspiring, disheartening parts of teaching remain largely invisible. For over nearly a decade at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, DAcsirAce Pointer Mace worked with dozens of teachers across the country to qopen their doorsq by creating multimedia, web-based representations of teaching practice. This book describes how such multimedia representations are envisioned, documented, created, and shared and how others might engage in this process.Retrieved August 18, 2008, from http: //www.teachersnetwork.org/tnli/ Action_Research_Booklet.pdf Sawyers, L., Fountas, I., Pinnell, G. S., Scharer, P., aamp; Walker, L. (2007). Transforming teacher learning through design activity: Creating a web-based professional development support system for video ... Retrieved March 24, 2008, from http://www.si.umich.edu/CHICO/Harlem/index. html Schultz, K. (2006).
|Title||:||Teacher Practice Online|
|Author||:||Désirée Hood Pointer Mace|