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The Challenge and Promise of Complexity Theory for Teacher Education Research


by Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Fiona Ell, Larry Ludlow, Lexie Grudnoff & Graeme Aitken — 2014


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 116 Number 5, 2014, p. 1-38
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17415, Date Accessed: 12/17/2017 1:13:21 AM
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  • Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    Boston College
    MARILYN COCHRAN-SMITH is the Cawthorne Professor of Teacher Education at the Lynch School of Education, Boston College. Her research interests include teacher education policy, practice, and research nationally and internationally. Recent publications include Cochran-Smith, M., Cannady, M., McEachern, K., Piazza, P., Power, C., & Ryan, A. (2012). "Teachers' education and outcomes: mapping the research terrain." Teachers College Record, 114(10), 1–49; and Cochran-Smith, M., McQuillan, Mitchell, K., Terrell, D., Barnatt, J., D’Souza, L., Jong, C., Shakman, K. Lam, K., & Gleeson, A. M. (2012). A longitudinal study of teaching practice and early career decisions: A cautionary tale. American Education Research Journal, 49(5), 844–880.
  • Fiona Ell
    University of Auckland
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    FIONA ELL is a lecturer at the Faculty of Education in the University of Auckland. Her research interests include mathematics education, teacher education, and education policy. Recent publications include: Ell, F. (2012). “Teacher education in New Zealand.” Journal of Education for Teaching, 37 (4),: 443–-440; and Ell, F., & Grudnoff, L. (2013). The politics of responsibility: Teacher education and persistent underachievement in New Zealand. The Educational Forum,. 77(1), 73–-86.
  • Larry Ludlow
    Boston College
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    LARRY LUDLOW is Professor and Chair of the Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation Department at the Lynch School of Education, Boston College. His research interests include Rasch model instrument development applications, longitudinal models for faculty course evaluations, and higher education accountability indicators. Recent publications include: Ludlow, L. H., Rollison, J., Cronin, J., & Wallingford, T. (2012). “Development of the teaching economic literacy: Confidence and anxiety (TELCA) instrument.” International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 9(2), 82–-103. http://tijepa.books.officelive.com/main.aspx);, and Ludlow, L. H., Pedulla, J., Reagan, E. M., Enterline, S., Cannady, M., & Chappe, S. (2011). Design and implementation issues in longitudinal research. Educational Policy Analysis Archives. North America, 19, Apr. 2011. http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/802/906)
  • Lexie Grudnoff
    University of Auckland
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    LEXIE GRUDNOFF is deputy dean teacher education at the Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland. Her research interests focus on initial teacher education and beginning teacher learning and development. She is current chair of the Teacher Education Forum Aotearoa New Zealand. Recent publications include: Grudnoff, L. (2012). All’s well? New Zealand beginning teachers’ experience of induction provision in their first six months in school. Professional Development in Education, 38(3), 471–-485;, and Ell, F., & Hill, M., & Grudnoff, L. (2012). “Finding out more about teacher candidates’ prior knowledge: Implications for teacher educators,” Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 40(1), 55–-65.
  • Graeme Aitken
    University of Auckland
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    GRAEME AITKEN is the dean of education at The University of Auckland. His research is focused on teaching effectiveness and curriculum development and design. He aims through his research to offer insights into practice that help decision making by policymakers, schools, and teachers in the best interests of learners and learning. Recent publications include Sinnema, C., & Aitken, G. (2012). Effective pedagogy in social sciences (Educational Practices Series – 23) Geneva: International Bureau of Education; and Sinnema, C., & Aitken, G. (2013). Commonalities in national curricula. In M. Priestley & G. J. J. Biesta (Eds.), Reinventing the curriculum: New trends in curriculum policy and practice. London, UK: Bloomsbury.
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