Ethnographic interviewing for teacher preparation and staff development : a field guide
Source:Teachers College Press, New York, p.103 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1027.28 .F74 2011
Keywords:Elementary school teachers--Training of--United States, Middle school teachers--Training of--United States, Observation (Educational method), Teaching--Social aspects--United States
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- Ethnography -- Culture -- Scope of This Book -- Data Collection -- Ethnographic Interviews -- Summary -- 2.Ethnographic Questions -- Ethnographic Interviews as Speech Events -- Grand Tour Questions -- Elements of Ethnographic Interviews -- Food as a Source of Culture Awareness -- Summary -- 3.Interviewing Parents During Home Visits -- Ethnographic Interviews During Home Visits -- Against a Theory of Cultural Deprivation -- Grand Tours of the Home -- Eliciting Information: Observing the Home -- Successes and Problems with Home Visits -- When the Teacher Does Not Speak the Language -- Summary -- 4.Interviewing Children -- Challenges with Interviewing Children -- Case Study: Interviewing Karen -- Preservice Teachers Interviewing Children -- Children in ESL Classes/English Learners as Child Informants -- Interviewing Children at Home -- Children with Special Needs -- Summary -- 5.Interviewing Teachers in Teacher Education -- How Ethnographic Interviews Explain Observations -- Questions for Student Teachers to Ask -- Questions for Preservice Teachers to Ask -- Ethnography Based on Evidence -- How Interviews Answer Questions from Observations -- How Ethnographic Questions Expand Teacher Answers -- Summary -- 6.Ethnography in the Classroom -- Students as Ethnographers -- Ethnographer of the Day -- How Student Ethnography Helps Teachers -- Summary -- 7.Conclusion -- Teachers and Children, Teachers and Parents -- Ethnography and Preservice Teachers -- Ethnography in the Classroom -- Home Visits.