• How do we expand self-study in teacher education?
• How do we reach teachers, other academics and professionals unfamiliar with our approach?
• How do we communicate beyond the English-speaking world?
• Is it time to develop a body beyond AERA to promote self-study? If so, what might that look like?
We invite you to participate in a discussion of these questions.
Your perspectives will inform the SIG executive’s consideration of these questions. An article on the ideas emerging from the discussion will appear in the next newsletter.
I hope you are all well. I am a current doctoral student in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of West Florida. I have just finished my second Qualitative Research class and focused on my work for the term on a proposed Self-Study. But I only have one committee member so far who knows about Self-Study and most faculty that I have approached are not familiar with Self-Study. I believe I can have committee members who are from other schools who may have more of an expertise in Self-Study. How might I go about doing this? Thank you for your input ahead of time.