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Written by two experienced teacher-researchers, this book offers practical and theoretical support to teachers as they conduct research on their own teaching. The book includes 7 articles by practicing teacher-researchers; down-to-earth suggestions and explanations about research processes; discussion of issues related to teacher research (ethics, time, and validity, etc.); and resources and bibliographies. Written for use by teachers, leaders of teacher research groups, teacher-educators, and anyone interested in current best practices in the teaching profession.
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Marion S. MacLean currently teaches English at Falls Church High School in the Fairfax County Public School system. She has led teacher research groups, conducted teacher research, and participated with Marian Mohr and other colleagues in a three-year research study of teacher research groups in three public schools funded by the Department of Education (OERI). She is a teacher/consultant and serves on the board of the Northern Virginia Writing Project.
Marian M. Mohr was a high school English teacher in the Fairfax County Public School system. She currently assists school systems in establishing and sustaining teacher research groups. She has served as co-director of the Northern Virginia Writing Project and as a trustee of the NCTE Research Foundation. Her publications include articles about the teaching of writing and articles about and of teacher research, including Revision: The Rhythm of Meaning.
MacLean and Mohr's first book about teacher research, Working Together: A Guide for Teacher-Researchers, was published in 1987 by the National Council of Teachers of English. It is no longer in print.Review:
"Here's a book that shows the way for any aspiring teacher-researcher and provides an essential resource for those who lead teacher research groups. This is a volume that belongs in every teacher-training institution library and in the teacher resource center of every school district.
"The authors are themselves teacher-researchers and understand the pitfalls and the dedication that are part of the process, as well as the joy of completing a classroom research project.
"I wish this volume had been available when I began my own journey as a teacher-researcher." -- Bob Tierney, co-author with Anne Wotring of
"Teacher-Researchers at Work is an invaluable guide through the often perplexing and anxiety-ridden process of teacher research. It takes its text from the works and practices of teacher-researchers themselves. It is honest, thorough, encouraging and intelligent." -- Jane Juska, teacher research leader and winner of The Education Writers of America Award for best article in an educational journal
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