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Research on Teacher Education

January 7, 2012

From Editorial in Journal of Teacher Education

We bemoan the fact that many  content-area education researchers, researchers who engage in teacher education in their own universities, almost exclusively submit their research that could potentially benefit teacher education to specialized content journals—journals that may or may not be read by teacher educators. Clearly, faculty who walk in two university worlds—for example, both science education and teacher education—have choices to make about their identities as researchers. Could we benefit from encouraging content-area education researchers to frame their work from the “inside” teacher education perspective discussed previously and viewing the JTE as an outlet for that work?

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