Emphasizing the importance of educating the future professoriate for the foreign language profession, this volume presents pedagogical and theoretical frameworks for graduate student development that respond to the changing landscape in the field. Specifically, the volume advances professional development models and practices that take into account the longitudinal nature of teacher education. In doing so, it questions existing educational paradigms that have not prepared graduate students adequately to address the challenges of becoming successful teacher-scholars. The volume provides the reader with specific examples from the field that explore the implications of the latest research on language use, literacy, instructional technology, and curriculum design for graduate student teacher development and gives concrete suggestions for implementing a sustainable and coherent approach to teacher education that addresses the complex components of foreign language study in higher education. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.These three assignments were spread out during the semester to coincide with coverage of particular topics on the syllabus. Course Activity Two: Supporting Self-Observation and Peer Observation Through Video In the second type of activity, completed in week six, ... GSIs shared these clips in our online archive and embedded selected clips directly into their online reflective essays, as visual evidenceanbsp;...
|Title||:||AAUSC 2011 Volume: Educating the Future Foreign Language Professoriate for the 21st Century|
|Author||:||Heather Willis Allen, Hiram Maxim|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2012-01-01|