From Personal Pedagogy to the Broader Teacher Education Context

Part of the Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Practices book series (STEP, volume 6)

The discussion in this final chapter focuses on a key imperative associated with self-study of teacher education practices: that of moving from personal, contextual and localised learning about the development of teacher educator pedagogy, to one which considers possible implications and recommendations for a broader educational/ professional context. As such, this chapter represents possibilities for ways forward in teacher education. These possibilities have arisen from the close scrutiny and critical reflection of, and in my practice as, a mathematics teacher educator. I begin this chapter with a discussion of the key areas of connection to learning about teaching and conclude with six recommendations which emerged as a result of my self-study.


Teacher Educator Reflective Practice Professional Autonomy Personal Pedagogy Reflective Approach 
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