Development of Novice Teachers’ Views of Student Ideas as Sensible and Productive. Clarissa E. Lovegren and Amy D. Robertson.
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Development of Novice Teachers’ Views of Student Ideas as Sensible and Productive
Clarissa E. Lovegren and Amy D. Robertson
Seattle Pacific University (SPU) Learning Assistants (LAs) expand their views of student thinking as sensible and productive. We propose that articulating teaching values, searching for kernels of correctness, and intentionally developing curricular knowledge foster these views.
SPU LAs Novice Teachers
Mechanisms that Fostered the Shift
SPU Learning Assistant Experience
Value of “Intellectually Valuing”
Reviewed LAs’ reflections that intellectually value student ideas
Looked for connections between LAs’ values and aspects of the LA program
Analyzed how and why plausible mechanisms fostered shift