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A sociocultural theoretical perspective on teacher professional development / Karen E. Johnson and Paula R. Golombek -- Becoming a culturally responsive teacher : personal transformation and shifting identities during an immersion experience abroad / Elizabeth Smolcic -- "I'm not alone" : empowering non-native English-speaking teachers to challenge the native speaker myth / Davi Schirmer Reis -- Working toward social inclusion through concept development in second language teacher education / William Dunn -- "Seeing" L2 teacher learning : the power of context on conceptualizing teaching / Sharon S. Childs -- Embracing literacy-based teaching : a longitudinal study of the conceptual development of novice foreign language teachers / Heather Willis Allen -- Synthesizing the academic and the everyday : a Chinese teacher's developing conceptualization of literacy / Gretchen Nauman -- Dynamic assessment in teacher education : using dialogic video protocols to intervene in teacher thinking and activity / Paula R. Golombek -- Moodle as a mediational space : Japanese EFL teachers' emerging conceptions of curriculum / Tatsuhiro Yoshida -- The reverse move : enriching informal knowledge in the pedagogical grammar class / Deryn P. Verity -- Strategic mediation in learning to teach : reconceptualizing the microteaching simulation in an MA TESL methodology course / Karen E. Johnson and Ekaterina Arshavskaya -- Teacher learning through critical friends groups : recontextualizing professional development in a K-5 school / Priya Poehner -- Teacher learning through lesson study : an activity theoretical approach toward professional development in the Czech Republic / Thomas Tasker -- Ten years of CLT curricular reform efforts in South Korea : an activity theory analysis of a teacher's experience / Eun-Ju Kim -- Learning to teach under curricular reform : the practicum experience in South Korea / Kyungja Ahn
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Karen C. Johnson (born 1955) is a research professor in the Departments of Preventive Medicine and Medicine in the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC).
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