Stevens, D. and Lowing, K. (2008) 'Observer, observed and observations : initial teacher education : English tutors' feedback on lessons taught by student teachers of English.', English in education., 42 (2). pp. 162-198.
We reflect here on research into the process of giving and receiving lesson-observational feedback for student teachers. Key questions and areas are: • How effective is post-lesson observation feedback in developing student teachers’ understanding of their own teaching? • Are there any issues to do with English subject knowledge? • What of the language issues involved? • What is the relationship between formative and evaluative aspects of such feedback? • How involved are the student teachers themselves, and what are their thoughts and feelings?
|Additional Information:||Published on behalf of the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE).|
|Keywords:||Initial teacher education, English subject knowledge, Lesson observation and feedback, Professional development issues, Universities’ roles in ITE.|
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|Publisher Web site:||http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.2008.00015.x|
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