どのように現職教師から教師教育者へ移行するのか : 連続的・漸次的に移行した教師教育者に注目して

学校教育実践学研究 Volume 26 Page 87-94 published_at 2020-03-20
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Title ( jpn )
どのように現職教師から教師教育者へ移行するのか : 連続的・漸次的に移行した教師教育者に注目して
Title ( eng )
How do Japanese teachers become teacher educators in higher education?
Creator
Osaka Yu
Source Title
学校教育実践学研究
Hiroshima journal of school education
Volume 26
Start Page 87
End Page 94
Journal Identifire
[ISSN] 1341-111X
[NCID] AN10491493
Abstract
This article examines the challenges new teacher educators who newly entered the univcrstity face in establishing their identities and how to deal with those challenges. The data collected for whole study to analyze the tensions arising for ten teacher educators in their experience as teacher educators and this paper particularly focused on the two of them who showed smaller gap between teacher and teacher educators. This is because they would have a potential to provide the important suggestions for the support toward new teacher educators. We focused on the data from before they became teacher teachers, not only after they became teacher teachers as Lortie (1975) argued the “Apprenticeship of observation”, namely, education for teacher educators has already begun since they were the pre-service teachers. The findings of the study show that, the interviewee faced challenges about their three new roles, teachers of teachers, researchers and curriculum developers to establish their new professional identities. To tackle these challenges, they employed the professional network and communities which they had already participated in. From these findings, we suggested that meeting both of the challenges new teacher educators requires the third space which are placed between university and schools.
Keywords
teacher educator
identity
teacher education
transition from teacher to teacher educators
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科附属教育実践総合センター
Date of Issued 2020-03-20
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1341-111X
[NCID] AN10491493