Steering a Drifting Ship: Improving the Preparation of First-Year Catholic School Teachers Through Self-Reflection
Otros títulos : 
Patroneando un barco a la deriva: Mejorando la preparación de los maestros de los colegios católicos durante el primer año a través de la autorreflexión
Palabras clave : 
Self-reflection
Teacher preparation
Teacher practices
Catholic schools
Fecha de publicación: 
2012
Editorial : 
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
ISSN: 
1578-7001
Cita: 
Ramos, Francisco. (2012). “Steering a Drifting Ship: Improving the Preparation of First-Year Catholic School Teachers Through Self-Reflection”. ESE. Estudios sobre educación, 22, 73-91
Resumen
Introduction: Longitudinal investigation on the impact of self-reflection on the practices of novice teachers in California Catholic schools. Materials and Methods: Initial questionnaire at the beginning of their second academic semester; second questionnaire, individual interview and video of participant teaching in class at the end of the aforementioned semester; focus group with participants at the end of their second academic year. Results: Modifications in the classroom resulting in the incorporation of students' interests to the preparation and delivery of lessons, increased use of cooperative groups and more directions prior to and during explanations. Discussion: Self-reflection should become an essential component in teachers´ coursework.

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