The Teacher Education Bibliography
Teacher Education Group
This resource was developed by TEG, comprising: Anne Campbell (Leeds Metropolitan University), Ian Hextall (Roehampton University), Moira Hulme (University of Glasgow), Marion Jones (Liverpool John Moores University), Pat Mahony (Roehampton University), Ian Menter (University of Glasgow), Jean Murray (University of East London) and Karl Wall (University of London Institute of Education). They were supported in this work by TLRP colleagues Steve Baron, Mary James and Richard Procter.
The development of the resource was supported by TLRP and also by the British Educational Research Association, ESCalate (the Education Subject Centre) and the Universities’ Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET).
Aims of this resource
The Teacher Education Bibliography was developed with the intention of assisting research students and early career researchers working in the field of teacher education.
The content and use of the resource
The bibliography contains details of 446 peer reviewed journal articles published between 2000 and 2008 in UK based journals. Full references are given, including the abstracts and keywords. Where available, links are provided to the electronic version of the journals, so the full article can easily be downloaded, when working from a site that subscribes to the journal concerned.
The online version of the bibliography may be searched using filters, by author, date or journal. Furthermore, all items have been coded in relation to seventeen methodological categories and eight key themes in teacher education research. A free text search is also provided.
A PowerPoint presentation introducing the bibliography can be downloaded here
Versions of the bibliography
The resource can be downloaded as a word document organised by author here or organised by journal and then author here.
An online version of the bibliography is available here.
Professional Learning by Marion Jones
Ethics and Teacher Education Research by Pat Mahony
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The Teacher Education Group hopes to continue the development of this resource in the future. TEG would be very grateful to receive comments about the bibliography. Please complete out online questionnaire or email comments to Moira Hulme: firstname.lastname@example.org
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||Teacher Education Group (2009) The Teacher Education Bibliography. London: TLRP. Online at http://www.tlrp.org/capacity/rm/wt/teg (accessed