Research Reports

TitleAuthorsPublication Date
Toto, I Don’t Think We’re in Kansas anymore”: Entering the Land of Pulbic Disagreement in Learning to Teach.Pfeiffer, L. & Featherstone, H.March 1997
Stalking the Schoolwork Module: Teaching Prospective Teachers to Write Historical NarrativesMcDiarmid, G. W. & Vinten-Johansen, P.February 1997
Making Peace With Ambiguity: The Symbiotic Interaction Between Prospective Teachers’ Subject Matter Knowledge and Intellectual Development.Holt-Reynolds, D.January 1997
Teacher Learning in the Context of the SDP – What Are the Opportunities? What is the Context?Neufeld, BarbaraAugust 1995
Searching Literature for Moral Guidance : The Development of a Prospective English TeacherMalenka, Margaret M.July 1995
Prospective Teachers Beliefs and Teacher Education PedagogyAnderson, Linda M. and Diane Holt-ReynoldsJune 1995
Supporting Teachers’ Understanding of Educational Research in a Master’s Level Research CourseTiezzi, Linda J. and John S. ZeuliMay 1995
Teacher Education for Cultural Diversity: Enhancing the Capacity of Teacher Education Institutions to Address Diversity IssuesMelnick, Susan L. and Kenneth M. ZeichnerApril 1995
Resources for Reform: District Administrators and the Case of Mathematics.Price, J. N., Ball, D. L., & Luks, S. MarshalingFebruary 1995
Expanding the Equation: Learning Mathematics Through Teaching in New Ways.Featherstone, H., Smith, S. P., Beasley, K., Corbin, D., & Shank, CJanuary 1995
How three prospective teachers construed three cases of teaching.Anderson, L. M., & Bird, T.March 1994
Public knowing and private understanding: Two views of reading and teaching literature.Malenka, M. M., & Smith, S. P.February 1994
How do prospective teachers think about literature and the teaching of literature?Holt-Reynolds, D., & McDiarmid, G. W.January 1994
How do prospective teachers think about literature and the teaching of literature?McCarthey, S. J.April 1993
Risks and opportunities of writing from personal experienceMcCarthey, S. J.March 1993
Learning in good company: Report on a pilot study.Featherstone, H., Pfeiffer, L., & Smith, S. P.February 1993
Creating contexts to change teachers’ beliefs about the influence of research.Zeuli, J. S., & Tiezzi, L. J.January 1993
Are mentor teachers teacher educators?Feiman-Nemser, S., Parker, M. B., & Zeichner, K.November 1992
Los Angeles mentors: Local guides or educational companions?Feiman-Nemser, S., & Parker, M. B.October 1992
Teachers’ evaluations of student workMead, J. V.September 1992
Pedagogical balancing acts: A teacher educator encounters problems in an attempt to influence prospective teachers’ beliefs.Bird, T., Anderson, L. M., Sullivan, B. A., & Swidler, S. AAugust 1992
Creating a flexible and responsive learning environment for general mathematics students.Kirsner, S. A., & Bethell, S.July 1992
How do teachers understand research when they read it?Zeuli, J.June 1992
Will teachers say what we want to hear? Dilemmas of teacher voice.Navarro, J. J.May 1992
Looking at old photographs: Investigating the teacher tales that novice teachers bring with them.Mead, J. V.April 1992
Teachers’ changing conceptions of writing instruction.McCarthey, S. J.March 1992
The influence of classroom discourse on student texts: The case of Ella.McCarthey, S. J.February 1992
Influencing beginning teachers’ practice in mathematics education: Confronting constraints of knowledge, beliefs, and context.Wilcox, S. K., Lanier, P., Schram, P., & Lappan, G.January 1992
Teaching writing with a new instructional model: Variations in teachers’ beliefs, instructional practice, and their students’ performance.Anderson, L. M., Raphael, T. E., Englert, C. S., & Stevens, D. D.July 1991
Helping novices learn to teach: Lessons from an experienced support teacher.Feiman-Nemser, S.June 1991
Practicing what we teach.Holt-Reynolds, D.May 1991
The dialogues of teacher education: Entering and influencing preservice teachers’ internal conversations.Holt-Reynolds, D.April 1991
Two cases of students’ internalization of dialogue from writing time.McCarthey, S. J.March 1992
Changing visions and changing practices: Patchworks in learning to teach mathematics for understanding.Wilson, S. M., & Ball, D. L.February 1992
The role of a learning community in changing preservice teachers’ knowledge and beliefs about mathematics education.Wilcox, S. K., Schram, P., Lappan, G., & Lanier, P.January 1992