Abstract: The research presents a Residency Math teacher education program that has been developed in Israel in search of transforming initial teacher preparation on the Clinical-Participatory continuum. It is a 'multi-phase' mixed-method research aiming to present the clinical and participatory dimensions of the TMR: the way in which they are reflected in the curriculum planning program, how Student Teachers (STs) in the program perceive the program's clinical and participatory dimensions and the nature of the challenges that arise in the program. Tools include: Documents of the programs; observations of the practical school experiences; A closed clinical social-interactive Questionnaire and a semi-structured clinical participatory (CP) questionnaire. The findings reflect clinical-participatory concept in teacher education, both in the curricular and the socio-interactive aspects. The analysis of the clinical-participatory dimensions, including their different aspects and components can be a guiding framework for diagnosing, planning, investigating and evaluating teacher education programs.
Imanuel-Noy, D., & Wagner, T. (2016). Unpacking the Clinical and Participatory Dimensions of the Trump Math-Teacher-Residency-Program. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 41(7). https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2016v41n7.6