Jennifer Gore

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In this paper, key findings of the other papers forming this symposium are examined in terms of implications for teacher education (mainly preservice but with some reference to inservice also). Located in the context of the poor empirical base for teacher education and the contested normative terrain that characterises this field, eight major findings from(More)
Acknowledgements: The SIPA Research Team would like to thank sincerely all the teachers and principals who assisted in the conduct of this project. Their willingness to participate in this study is greatly appreciated. The study is jointly funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and the NSW Department of Education and Training (2004-2007) as part of(More)
Teacher socialization research is that field of scholarship which seeks to understand the process whereby the individual becomes a participating member of the society of teachers (Danziger, 1971). This paper reviews that research, but rather than simply describing in a chronological, cumulative or even thematic way, studies which have been conducted since(More)
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