Teacher Beliefs and Classroom Performance: The Impact of Teacher Education

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IAP, 2003 - Education - 202 pages
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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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1 Preservice Teachers Beliefs Virginia Richardson
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2 Prompting the Development of Preservice Teachers Beliefs through Cases Action Research Problembased Learning and Technology Mary Anna Lu...
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3 Teacher Beliefs Performance and Proficiency in Diversityorientated Teacher Preparation Peter C Murrell and Michele Foster
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4 Is Realism a Better Belief than Nominalism? Reopening the Ancient Debate Richard S Prawat
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The Role of Emotion in Changing Teachers Beliefs Patricia Ashton and Michele GregoireGill
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Theoretical and Measurement Concerns Maria Teresa Tattoo and Daniel Bryan Coupland
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The Role of Collective Efficacy Beliefs Roger D Goddard
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