Teachers ’ emotions in the reconstruction of professional self-understanding

@inproceedings{Darby2008TeachersE,
  title={Teachers ’ emotions in the reconstruction of professional self-understanding},
  author={A. D. Darby},
  year={2008}
}
This research study explores teachers’ specific emotions and the reconstruction of teachers’ professional selfunderstanding during a comprehensive school reform initiative. Through interviews and archival material, this study seeks to examine teachers’ specific emotions during critical incidents that occurred during the period of reform and to explore the reconstruction of their professional self-understanding. The findings illustrate that the teachers experienced fear and intimidation when… CONTINUE READING

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