By Dawn Garbett, Alan Ovens
This ebook provides learn at the intersection of self-study examine, electronic applied sciences, and the advance of future-oriented practices in instructor schooling. It explores the altering instructor schooling panorama via contemplating matters which are vital to doing self-study: context and site; facts entry, new release and research; social and private media; kinds and variations of pedagogy; identification; and ethics in an more and more electronic global. Self-study learn on, with, and round electronic applied sciences is very major in schooling the place the swift improvement and ubiquity of such applied sciences are an essential component of instructor educators’ daily pedagogical and learn practices. combined and digital environments are actually not just commonplaces during which to coach approximately instructing but in addition to analyze approximately educating.
The publication highlights how electronic applied sciences can increase the pedagogies and information base of instructor schooling study and perform whereas final circumspect of grandiose claims. every one bankruptcy addresses elements of doing self-study with academic know-how, and gives concerns for dialogue and debate for readers desirous to interact in self-study.
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Certainly for Tim, the bulk of his experiences teaching physical education prior to this study took place in the gymnasium and wholly 3 Teaching About Teaching Using Technology: Using Embodiment to Interpret Online… 35 located his own and his students’ movement at the heart of teaching about and learning about teaching. Tim’s physical education course that provides the context for this chapter and Shawn acted as a critical friend. 50). In this way, critical friend serve to challenge each other’s assumptions, confront realities, and identify new ways of thinking about pedagogy (Baskerville & Goldblatt, 2009; Schuck & Russell, 2005).
Importantly, it is in these spaces where emotions are expressed and relationships are formed – in essence, in these spaces, “teaching” occurs. Although Shawn had extensive experience with various forms of online teaching and learning, the novelty of teaching online for Tim helped both of us to come to new understandings and interpretations of our identities (and the role our bodies play in identification) in teacher education. We cannot overemphasize that we are not saying that online teaching is inherently “better” or “worse” than face-to-face teaching; we do suggest that both asynchronous and synchronous online teaching experiences provide useful catalysts for teacher educators to consider the role of embodiment in their teaching.
Significantly, these four characteristics of the new public spaces were all made possible via technology in the last 100 years. Prior to the late nineteenth-century, one had to be present in a public space to witness a particular occurrence, be it a speech, a rally, or a musical performance. With the invention of the phonograph, however, public spaces were suddenly recordable (persistent). Indeed, much of the early debate around the utility of early recording centered on the degree to which they faithfully created a persistent replica of a musical performance (Thompson, 2002).