RE: microanalysis of teaching/learning

From: David Preiss (
Date: Mon Mar 07 2005 - 10:21:57 PST

I am just reading a paper by Fenstermacher and Richardson in The Teacher
College Record that might fit nicely your needs. It is called On making
determinations of quality in teaching. (2005). V. 107, ps. 186-213


David Preiss
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile:
PACE Center at Yale University:
Phone: 56-2-3547174
Fax: 56-2-354-4844

-----Original Message-----
From: David H Kirshner []
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 9:17 PM
Subject: microanalysis of teaching/learning

I am trying to get a hold of key studies in which researchers/theorists
have collaborated with teachers to explicate complex teaching and
learning processes in classroom settings, that simultaneously serve to
develop and inspire visions of teaching excellence. I'm thinking, here,
of works like The Construction Zone, some of the work of Paul Cobb and
his collaborators, some of Ann Brown's work, ... . As well, we might
include some pieces by authors like Lampert who serve as both teacher
and researcher in such studies (a collaboration with self). I'd
appreciate any suggestions of what might be considered key works in this
genre by these or other authors. You can reply to me off-line, and I'll
compile the responses into a single email for the list. Thanks. David

David Kirshner
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge LA 70803-4728
(225) 578-2332 (225) 578-9135 (fax)

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