Teacher Beliefs and Classroom Performance: The Impact of Teacher Education
This volume of Advances in Teacher Education is about beliefs held by teachers and addresses the important topic of teacher beliefs from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
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2 Prompting the Development of Preservice Teachers Beliefs through Cases Action Research Problembased Learning and Technology Mary Anna Lu...
3 Teacher Beliefs Performance and Proficiency in Diversityorientated Teacher Preparation Peter C Murrell and Michele Foster
4 Is Realism a Better Belief than Nominalism? Reopening the Ancient Debate Richard S Prawat
The Role of Emotion in Changing Teachers Beliefs Patricia Ashton and Michele GregoireGill
Theoretical and Measurement Concerns Maria Teresa Tattoo and Daniel Bryan Coupland
The Role of Collective Efficacy Beliefs Roger D Goddard
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