Teacher–Researcher Collaboration as a Human Science
by Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl, Lezlie Salvatore Dewater & Keiko Kawasaki - 2010
This chapter discusses a teacher–researcher partnership oriented toward phronesis, or wise action used to solve practical problems. The three practical problems the authors emphasize are: (1) How did they use their work together to improve teaching and learning? (2) How did they relate to each other in the work? and (3) How did they organize their time and resources to do the work, given their organizational settings and constraints?
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