>Rogers, T., Marshall, E. & Tyson, C. A. (2006, April/May/June). Dialogic narratives of literacy,teaching and schooling: Preparing literacy teachers for diverse settings. Reading Research Quarterly, 41(2), pp. 202-224.
The purpose of this article is to examine how dialogue plays a role in pre-service teacher’s development. The study takes place within a Master of Education program and looks at 10 students who participated in a program designed around literacy instruction and preparing educators for teaching literacy in a variety of contexts. Of the ten participants, the researchers chose to focus on two participants whose stories are told throughout the study. In looking at two students, the researchers were able to look at how pre-service teachers construct their identities as teachers and how they position themselves with the educational system.
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