This piece was guided by the framing question "How can CEE [Conference on English Education] help its constituencies, the broader public, and policymakers understand the relationship between research and teaching?" The authors consider the usefulness of a range of empirical traditions; explore how expert language arts teachers read, conduct, and use research; and reflect on the role of preservice teacher education in fostering understandings of published research and providing preparation and practice in the conduct of teacher research. (Author)
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||17|
|State||Published - 2006|
DiPardo, A., Whitney, A. E., Fleischer, C., Johnson, T. S., Mayher, J. S., McCracken, N., Miller, J., Stock, P. L., Zancanella, D., & Zuidema, L. A. (2006). Understanding the relationship between research and teaching. English Education, 38(4), 295-311.