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Articulating the Intimate Knowledge of Teaching

Mentors and Faculty Design Protocols to Explore Video Artifacts of Teaching
  • Emily J. Klein
  • Anna Karina Monteiro
  • Kimberly Scott Kallai
  • William Romney
  • Linda Abrams
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Part of the Bold Visions in Educational Research book series (BVER)

Abstract

The dilemmas of creating a strong mentoring program in the third space are multiple. As described above, for all mentors, the prospect of trying to explain the intimate knowledge of teaching and practice can be daunting and isolating.

Keywords

Teacher Education Preservice Teacher Teaching Practice Student Teacher Professional Learning 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Emily J. Klein
    • 1
  • Anna Karina Monteiro
    • 2
  • Kimberly Scott Kallai
    • 3
  • William Romney
    • 4
  • Linda Abrams
    • 5
  1. 1.Department of Secondary and Special EducationMontclair State UniversityMontclairNew Jersey
  2. 2.Eastside High SchoolNewarkNew Jersey
  3. 3.Arts High SchoolNewarkNew Jersey
  4. 4.Manager of Teacher Leadership DevelopmentTeach for AmericaNew YorkNew York
  5. 5.Montclair State UniversityMontclairNew Jersey

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