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Problem-based learning in teacher education / Margot Filipenko and Joe-Anne Naslund, editors.

By: Filipenko, Margot.
Contributor(s): Naslund, Jo-Anne.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Springer, 2016Description: xii, 241 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783319020020; 3319020021.Subject(s): Problem-based learning | Teachers -- Training ofDDC classification: 371.39 Online resources: WorldCat Details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents FOREWORD, Anna Kindler and Pawel Kindler.- Discovering, uncovering and creating meanings: Problem-based learning in Teacher Education, Margot Filipenko, Jo-Anne Naslund and Linda Siegel.- SECTION 1: DISPOSITIONS FOR INQUIRY .- Exploring theoretical frameworks of problem-based learning through Aoki's Curriculum-as plan and Curriculum-as-lived, Jeannie Kerr.- Dispositions for Inquiry, Jo-Anne Naslund and Lori Prodan.- SECTION 2: COLLABORATION: WORKING TOGETHER.- Knowledge Mobilization and Innovation in the Development of a PBL Cohort for Teaching English Language Learners: Successes, Challenges and Possibilities, Margaret Early and Steven Talmy.- Negotiating the content of problems in TELL/PBL, Margot Filipenko.- Finding good governance: Collaboration between the University of British Columbia and the Richmond School District, Kathyrn D'Angelo, Gail Krivel-Zacks and Catherine Johnson.- Collaboration: The heart of the school-based practicum, Carolyn Russo and Nicky Freeman.- SECTION 3: FOSTERING ACTIVE LEARNING.- The Multiple Roles of the Tutor in a Problem-based Learning Cohort in a Teacher Education Program, Frank Baumann and Monica Tarampi.- "I'm not allowed to tell you:" What does it mean to be a Problem-based Learning Tutor? Lori Prodan.- Investigating Cases: Problem-based Learning and the Library, Jo-Anne Naslund.- Integrating Social and Ecological Justice: A Programmatic Strand, Anne Zavalkoff.- The Place of Problems in Problem-based Learning: A Case of Mathematics and Teacher Education, Cynthia Nicol and Fil Krykorka.- Measures of Success: Presentations, Packages and the Triple Jump, Anne Zavalkoff/- SECTION 4: REFLECTIONS.- Challenges Issues as the Teaching English Language Learners through Problem-based Learning (TELL through PBL) moves forward, Margot Filipenko, Jo-Anne Naslund and Lori Prodan.- AFTERWORD, Wendy Carr.- Contributors.- Index.
Summary: This book provides examples that clarify the theoretical and design features that underlie problem-based learning in elementary teacher education. It outlines the roles of all stakeholders, including education librarians and subject area resource instructors.
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Table of contents FOREWORD, Anna Kindler and Pawel Kindler.- Discovering, uncovering and creating meanings: Problem-based learning in Teacher Education, Margot Filipenko, Jo-Anne Naslund and Linda Siegel.- SECTION 1: DISPOSITIONS FOR INQUIRY .- Exploring theoretical frameworks of problem-based learning through Aoki's Curriculum-as plan and Curriculum-as-lived, Jeannie Kerr.- Dispositions for Inquiry, Jo-Anne Naslund and Lori Prodan.- SECTION 2: COLLABORATION: WORKING TOGETHER.- Knowledge Mobilization and Innovation in the Development of a PBL Cohort for Teaching English Language Learners: Successes, Challenges and Possibilities, Margaret Early and Steven Talmy.- Negotiating the content of problems in TELL/PBL, Margot Filipenko.- Finding good governance: Collaboration between the University of British Columbia and the Richmond School District, Kathyrn D'Angelo, Gail Krivel-Zacks and Catherine Johnson.- Collaboration: The heart of the school-based practicum, Carolyn Russo and Nicky Freeman.- SECTION 3: FOSTERING ACTIVE LEARNING.- The Multiple Roles of the Tutor in a Problem-based Learning Cohort in a Teacher Education Program, Frank Baumann and Monica Tarampi.- "I'm not allowed to tell you:" What does it mean to be a Problem-based Learning Tutor? Lori Prodan.- Investigating Cases: Problem-based Learning and the Library, Jo-Anne Naslund.- Integrating Social and Ecological Justice: A Programmatic Strand, Anne Zavalkoff.- The Place of Problems in Problem-based Learning: A Case of Mathematics and Teacher Education, Cynthia Nicol and Fil Krykorka.- Measures of Success: Presentations, Packages and the Triple Jump, Anne Zavalkoff/- SECTION 4: REFLECTIONS.- Challenges Issues as the Teaching English Language Learners through Problem-based Learning (TELL through PBL) moves forward, Margot Filipenko, Jo-Anne Naslund and Lori Prodan.- AFTERWORD, Wendy Carr.- Contributors.- Index.

This book provides examples that clarify the theoretical and design features that underlie problem-based learning in elementary teacher education. It outlines the roles of all stakeholders, including education librarians and subject area resource instructors.

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