Then and now: Past experience echoed in university computing teachers' current practice
6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium: Translating Research into Practice, REES 2015
July 13-15, 2015
Date of Presentation
Individual experiences, and the sense we make of them, shape who we are. For educators, experiential narratives affect both their day-to-day practice - the way they teach - and also the kind and quality of changes they make to their practice. In this work, we draw on data collected as part of a longitudinal study for the Sharing Practice project to explore how teachers' experiences are "echoed" in their current practice. We describe the concept of 'pedagogic stance' and propose ways in which it may be identified. We suggest that an understanding of pedagogic stance may enable researchers to affect educators' practice more effectively.
Then and now: Past experience echoed in university computing teachers' current practice.
Paper presented at 6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium: Translating Research into Practice, REES 2015 in Dublin, Ireland.