Core Practices and Problems of Practice in Learning to Lead Classroom Discussions

  • Ghousseini H
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Abstract

Given the current interest in organizing teacher educa- tion around core instructional practices that help preser- vice teachers enact ambitious aspects of teaching like leading classroom discussions, this article investigates an example from the experience of a preservice teacher as she works on orienting students to each other’s ideas. Resulting problems of practice are examined, along with the factors that contribute to their emergence in real time. The study also brings attention to the complexity of this work and the ways in which novice teachers’ knowledge, development as learners, and available re- sources in the contexts of their work contribute to how they approach and manage these problems.

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  • Hala Ghousseini

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