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How To Make Innovations Practical

by Fred Janssen, Hanna Westbroek, Walter Doyle & Jan van Driel - 2013

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 7, 2013, p. 1-42
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17052, Date Accessed: 9/24/2020 5:28:01 PM
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  • Fred Janssen
    Leiden University
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    FRED JANSSEN is associate professor and (biology) teacher educator at ICLON, Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching. His main interest is building a practically useful theory for understanding and influencing teacherís decision making in pre-, inter- and post-active phases of teaching.
  • Hanna Westbroek
    VU University of Amsterdam
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    HANNA WESTBROEK is assistant professor and chemistry teacher educator at the VU University of Amsterdam. Her initial research interest concerned design-based research on the question how to make chemistry education meaningful to students. Since some years her research focus has shifted to the teacherís role in educational processes, teacher professional development and especially bridging the gap between research-based innovations and teaching practice from a bounded rationality perspective.
  • Walter Doyle
    University of Arizona
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    WALTER DOYLE is professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies at the University of Arizona. His interests center on classroom processes, curriculum theory, and the discourses within teacher education communities.
  • Jan van Driel
    Leiden University
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    JAN VAN DRIEL is a professor of Science Education and director of ICLON, Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching. His main research interests concerns the knowledge base of teaching. Among others, he conducted and supervised several studies on the pedagogical content knowledge of science teachers. He published in various journals, including Educational Researcher, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Science Education, and Learning and Instruction. Currently he is associate editor of the International Journal of Science Education.
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