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Roehampton University Research Repository > Education > Department of Education Collection > Mapping the field of teacher education research: methodology and issues in a research capacity building initiative in teacher education in the United Kingdom

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Title: Mapping the field of teacher education research: methodology and issues in a research capacity building initiative in teacher education in the United Kingdom
Authors: Murray, Jean
Campbell, Anne
Hextall, Ian
Hulme, Moira
Jones, Marion
Mahony, Pat
Menter, Ian
Procter, Richard
Wall, Karl
Citation: JEAN MURRAY, ANNE CAMPBELL, IAN HEXTALL, MOIRA HULME, MARION JONES, PAT MAHONY, IAN MENTER, RICHARD PROCTER, KARL WALL (2008) Mapping the Field of Teacher Education Research: methodology and issues in a research capacity building initiative in teacher education in the United Kingdom, European Educational Research Journal, 7(4), 459-474.
Publisher: European Educational Research Association
Journal: European Educational Research Journal
Issue Date: 2008
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2304/eerj.2008.7.4.459
DOI: 10.2304/eerj.2008.7.4.459
Abstract: This article discusses the first stages of the work of the Teacher Education Group (TEG) in building research capacity in teacher education research and identifies the potential of the model adopted for future European initiatives in the field. The TEG work is part of the second phase of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP), based on an embedded social practices model of research capacity building. The article opens by outlining the broad context of research capacity building initiatives and identifying general factors which create concerns about the sustainability of teacher education research in the United Kingdom. It then describes the initial impetus, within the TEG, for the creation of an up-to-date annotated mapping of current research in teacher education and outlines the practices used to generate the model used for the mapping. In conclusion, the article discusses some of the methodological, ethical and epistemological issues raised by the mapping exercise and the challenges ahead in disseminating and embedding the initiative.
Type: Article
Language: en
ISSN: 1474-9041
Appears in Collections: Department of Education Collection

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