Two teacher educators explore the use of teacher stories to promote learning and teaching in various teacher education programs. We adopt Clandinin’s (1993) idea to view “teacher education as narrative inquiry” and Connelly and Clandinin’s (1988) concept that “narrative is the study of how humans make meaning of experience by endlessly telling and retelling stories about themselves that both refigure the past and create purpose in the future” (p. 24). Through sharing our family stories in teaching, we aim at stimulating students’ reflection (Schon, 1983) and resonance (Conle, 1996) with their own stories to create learning. Storytelling becomes a tool for understanding the meaning of teachers’ lived experiences and construction of knowledge in learning and teaching in teacher education.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2007|
CitationChiu-Ching, R. T., & Chan, E. Y.-M. (2007, April). Learning through teaching in storytelling. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: The World of Educational Quality, Chicago, IL.
- Teacher Education
- Teacher Education and Professional Development