Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Professional Collaboration Experiences: Perceptions of Novice Teachers
by Farnan, Shantel, Ph.D., University of Missouri - Columbia, 2017, 123; 10629009
Abstract (Summary)

There is a gap in the research regarding structured collaborative processes and experiences that draws a parallel to the disconnections discovered between what is needed to be a successful teacher candidate in the field and what is taught through coursework and the lack of authentic experiences in teacher preparation programs such as collaboration. This qualitative case study seeks to expand the extant research by understanding and identifying perceptions and comfort with collaboration, as well as its impact. The study outlined one universities approach to strive to meet the competencies for accreditation and prepare highly effective professional educators with a focus on collaboration. This qualitative case study investigated the perceptions of novice teachers regarding ways in which collaboration impacted them and their teaching experiences and examined the perceptions of these novice teachers and their comfort with collaboration during their induction period.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Edmonds, Carole
School: University of Missouri - Columbia
Department: Education
School Location: United States -- Missouri
Source: DAI-A 78/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Subjects: Elementary education, Special education, Higher education
Keywords: Accountability, Adult learning, Collaboration, Novice, Perceptions, Teacher preparation
Publication Number: 10629009
ISBN: 978-1-369-99112-3
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