Geert Kelchtermans focuses on Pedagogy, Professional development, Teacher education, Mathematics education and Collegiality. His studies in Pedagogy integrate themes in fields like Vulnerability and Education policy. His Professional development research includes elements of Self-concept, Survey data collection, Teaching method, Primary education and Feeling.
His work carried out in the field of Teacher education brings together such families of science as Content knowledge and Educational research. His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Statistics and Diversity. His Collegiality research includes themes of Teacher induction, Praxis, School culture, Teaching staff and Development theory.
His primary areas of study are Pedagogy, Professional development, Mathematics education, Teacher education and Medical education. His Pedagogy study typically links adjacent topics like Vulnerability. His Vulnerability research is included under the broader classification of Social psychology.
The various areas that Geert Kelchtermans examines in his Professional development study include Self-concept, Collegiality and Primary education. Geert Kelchtermans mostly deals with Content knowledge in his studies of Mathematics education. His research in Teacher education is mostly focused on Student teacher.
His primary scientific interests are in Pedagogy, Teacher education, Mathematics education, Professional development and Negotiation. He has researched Pedagogy in several fields, including Qualitative research and Vulnerability. His studies deal with areas such as Internship and Content analysis as well as Teacher education.
Geert Kelchtermans usually deals with Mathematics education and limits it to topics linked to Socialization and Identity. Geert Kelchtermans studies Faculty development which is a part of Professional development. His work deals with themes such as Argument and Thematic analysis, which intersect with Negotiation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pedagogy, Teacher education, Professional development, Medical education and Qualitative research. In the subject of general Pedagogy, his work in Professional learning community is often linked to Knowledge base, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Teacher education study deals with Educational research intersecting with Conceptual model.
His Professional development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vulnerability and Meaning. His Medical education study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Collegiality, Self-efficacy, Job attitude and Job satisfaction. His Collegiality course of study focuses on Quality and Teacher induction.
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Who I am in how I teach is the message: self‐understanding, vulnerability and reflection
Teachers and Teaching (2009)
The micropolitics of teacher induction. A narrative-biographical study on teacher socialisation
Geert Kelchtermans;Katrijn Ballet.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2002)
Teachers’ emotions in educational reforms: Self-understanding, vulnerable commitment and micropolitical literacy
Teaching and Teacher Education (2005)
Pedagogical content knowledge: A systematic review of the way in which the concept has pervaded mathematics educational research
Fien Depaepe;Lieven Verschaffel;Geert Kelchtermans.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2013)
Teacher Vulnerability: understanding its moral and political roots
Cambridge Journal of Education (1996)
Conditions fostering the implementation of large-scale innovation programs in schools : Teachers' perspectives
Femke Geijsel;Peter Sleegers;Rudolf van den Berg;Geert Kelchtermans.
Educational Administration Quarterly (2001)
Beyond Intensification towards a Scholarship of Practice: Analysing Changes in Teachers' Work Lives.
Katrijn Ballet;Geert Kelchtermans;Jeffrey John Loughran.
Teachers and Teaching (2006)
Teachers’ professional development: a biographical perspective
Geert Kelchtermans;Roland Vandenberghe.
Journal of Curriculum Studies (1994)
Sense-making and structure in teachers’ reception of educational reform. A case study on statistics in the mathematics curriculum
Virginie März;Virginie März;Geert Kelchtermans.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2013)
Teacher collaboration and collegiality as workplace conditions. A review
Zeitschrift Fur Padagogik (2006)
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