Reflections on professional identities through a study of a personal teaching experience: the case of PAS
The purpose of this research is to examine the self-employment of teachers in training, in particular, have been analyzing the representations of the course participants PAS, special routes enabling reserved to certain categories of teachers with special service requirements. The starting point was the reflection
on their teaching practice, necessary to explain in cognitive terms the qualifying
aspects of their experience and therefore their professional identity, the result of past experiences had as students of theoretical knowledge carried out, their educational experiences. The research involved the administration to students of a tool for self-analysis of teaching practice that would allow participants to clarify their representations. Research has shown that there is a significant
discrepancy between what emerges in the reading of narratives made by the researcher and the picture that emerges in the reading of the recurrences revealed by the analysis made by the participants.
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