Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Teaching and Learning
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Who is the self that teaches (Palmer, 1998)? One way of uncovering a teacher’s self may be to allow beginning preservice teachers the opportunity to share their education stories, which may then allow them to explore their initial self-concepts of their roles as future teachers. This study used narrative inquiry and the arts-based activities of a multimedia reflective journal and a memoir reflective assignment as tools to help beginning preservice teachers discover and learn from their education stories. The frameworks of arts-based education research, transformative learning, and transformative teaching provided a unique lens through which to explore the education stories of the beginning preservice teacher participants. This study’s exploration of the education stories of beginning preservice teachers has implications for the future of preservice teacher training.
arts-based education research; multimedia reflective journal; narrative inquiry; preservice teachers; teacher reflection; transformative learning
Education | Higher Education Administration | Teacher Education and Professional Development
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Allard, Meredith Paula, "Discovering the Self That Teaches: Multimedia Reflective Journaling and the Education Stories of Beginning Preservice Teachers" (2018). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 3206.
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