Using an Existential Form of Reflection to Understand My Transformation as a Teacher Educator
American Educational Research Association, Existential Perspective, Teacher Education Practice, Existential Moment, Outer Office
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
In 2002, I presented the paper “Bec(o/a)ming a teacher educator” at the Fourth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (Feldman, 2002a). I called that paper a self-study, and in it I analyzed the narrative that I have told myself and others of my transition from teacher to teacher educator. I return to that paper in this chapter as a way to explore two questions that I have about self-study. While this chapter includes a self-study (Feldman, 2002a), my intention in writing it is to use it as a vehicle with which to examine the following two questions or concerns that I have about selfstudy as a scholarly activity.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Using an Existential Form of Reflection to Understand My Transformation as a Teacher Educator, in C. Kosnik, C. Beck, A. R. Freese & A. P. Samaras (Eds.), Making a Difference in Teacher Education Through Self-Study, Springer, p. 35-49
Scholar Commons Citation
Feldman, Allan, "Using an Existential Form of Reflection to Understand My Transformation as a Teacher Educator" (2005). Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 420.