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Research, Recalibration, and Conversation: A Response to Cazden, Diamondstone, and Naso

By: Susan Florio-Ruane
Publication: The Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 4
Date: Fall 1989

Summary: The author considers the multiple uses of teacher research, concluding that contemplation is an integral part of practice and that conversation about practice is preferable to argument, as it allows room for tentative knowledge.

 

See the related article, Teacher and Researchers: Roles and Relationships, by Courtney Cazden, Judy Diamondstone and Paul Naso.

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