Modeling science teacher education as a second order teaching

Jens Dolin, Peer Daugbjerg, Jens Jakob Ellebæk

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Abstract

Research in science Teacher Education frequently uses the term Second-order Teaching when addressing how to teach someone to make them competent to teach others science. This paper presents the development of an expanded model for Second-order Teaching with three different orders of Second-order Teaching. The model is unfolded in a context of boundaries, here the boundaries between the science Teacher Education at university campus and the corresponding teaching by teacher students at school, particularly using the concepts of boundary zone, boundary crossing and boundary objects. The presentation will give a first take on how the discussions in the boundary zone helped new knowledge to emerge between student teachers, teacher educators, and mentors, afforded by the boundary crossing mechanisms.
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateJun 2024
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2024
EventThe Nordic Research Symposium on Science Education: Revisioning STEAM education in times of Climate Change - Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland
Duration: 5 Jun 20247 Jun 2024
https://nfsun2024.hi.is/

Conference

ConferenceThe Nordic Research Symposium on Science Education
LocationIceland
Country/TerritoryIceland
CityReykjavík,
Period05/06/2407/06/24
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Keywords

  • schools, courses and institutions

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