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                                Appendix A
 Appendix A Continued Griffioen, - Ba
2018, EaTI
Guilbert et PST Ma al., 2016,
Hökkä & TEs Eteläpelto,
2014, JTE
Imants et al., T Ba 2010, PS
Ion & Iucu, T Ma/ 2016, EJTE PhD
Jacobs et al., TE PhD 2015, AiTE
Joram, 2007, T/PST/ Ba TaTE TEs
Jyrhämä et PST Ma al., 2008,
Kowalczuk et NQT Ma al., 2019, TE
Krokfors et TE Ma al., 2011, TE
Kroll, 2005, PST Ma STE
Leeman & T Wardekker, 2014, TTTP
Leavy & PST Hourigan,
2016, TaTE
NL Australia
NL Romania
Finland 5x EU
Finland USA
NL Ireland
Students ’research attitudes – during the study
A study of pre-service teachers’ research perceptions, research experience, and motivation
Teacher educators’ individual and collective agency. This must be supported to enhance their continuous professional learning and organizational change.
Research-related activities in the daily work of teachers.
Impact of postgraduate studies on teachers’ practice. Learning outcomes: conducted research has personal impact and on teaching – research utilisation
Role of practitioner inquiry for doctoral teacher educators
Clashing epistemologies- during study; findings: students want to teach not to conduct research
Perceptions of research-based teacher education of Finish pre-service teachers
Thesis work and professional development- Learning outcomes: positive, understanding relationship research and practice; no overall intention to continue
Investigation of Finnish teacher educators ’view on research-based teacher education
Making Inquiry a Habit of Mind: Learning to use inquiry to understand
and improve practice on day- to-day issues by PSTs
Professionalization by a course on conducting teacher research
Using lesson study to support knowledge development in initial teacher education
Survey (n=2192)
Survey (n=235) and focus groups (n=7 + 4)
Discursive approach; interviews and research diary of first author
Questionnaire (n=161)
Artifacts, reflections, fieldnotes, interviews (n=14)
Interviews with Vignets (PST n=7, T n=9, TEs n=7)
Survey (n=429)
Survey (n=33) and interviews (n=8)
Case study (n=13)
Case study, interviews (n=26)
Collected case study of five cases of teaching , enacted within real-life context (N=25)
P / EC
P/ S

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