Threading a Golden Chain: An Attempt to Find Our Identities as Teacher Educators

@inproceedings{Lunenberg2008ThreadingAG,
  title={Threading a Golden Chain: An Attempt to Find Our Identities as Teacher Educators},
  author={Mieke Lunenberg and Mary Lynn Hamilton},
  year={2008}
}
Multiple Layers, Multiple Perspectives Several years ago we met over coffee and discussions about teacher education at an international conference. With mutual interests in the role of teacher educators' development of their professional identity, we developed an intellectual relationship as we pondered questions related to our interests. We found our conversation together provocative not in small part because of geographical differences. Teacher education programs and what it takes to be a… CONTINUE READING

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