Ethnographic interviewing for teacher preparation and staff development : a field guide
- Frank, Carolyn.
- New York : Teachers College Press, c2011.
- Physical description
- ix, 103 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
LB1027.28 .F74 2011
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-97) and index.
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction
- Scope of This Book
- Data Collection
- Ethnographic Interviews
- 2.Ethnographic Questions
- Ethnographic Interviews as Speech Events
- Grand Tour Questions
- Elements of Ethnographic Interviews
- Food as a Source of Culture Awareness
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 6.Ethnography in the Classroom
- Students as Ethnographers
- Ethnographer of the Day
- How Student Ethnography Helps Teachers
- Teachers and Children, Teachers and Parents
- Ethnography and Preservice Teachers
- Ethnography in the Classroom
- Home Visits.
- Publisher's Summary
- Are you using interviews in your classroom? Carolyn Franks new book on interviewing is a powerful tool for teachers and educational researchers. Through an anthropological frame, this book explains techniques for ethnographic interviews and observations in and out of the classroom. Carolyn Frank shows how teachers in particular can use interviewing to improve their teaching and communicate better with students and parents. It can also be used as an excellent guide for teacher researchers inquiring into their own practice and for educational researchers who want to know how they can learn more about classroom life, especially in an elementary setting. There are specifics on developing rapport, putting the parent or student at ease, constructing questions, and analyzing data.
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- Publication date
- Carolyn Frank.