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Teacher candidates’ experiences in the society-service course: examining the project “do you want to be a child for one-day?”

 
Philip Tattersall
Re: Teacher candidates’ experiences in the society-service course: examining the project “do you want to be a child for one-day?”
by Philip Tattersall - Thursday, 9 September 2010, 4:54 AM
 

Hello Hatice,

Sorry for the delay in my reply, I have not been well this past few weeks.

Nonetheless, I have followed your great article with much interest. I enjoyed and learnt form the way you introduced LT and then applied it in your research. Your introduction included:

"I understand that the Living Theory helps us look at ourselves through our own glasses instead of somebody else’s. It tells us to interpret our own context and explain our learning accordingly...."  This is such a gem and sets the scene for the rest of the paper.

On reading your work a lot of things became clearer to me re ways to express LT and at the same time I gained valuable insights into your work and interpretations. I also felt you melded the 'statistical and the narrative' very nicely. I felt this was a nice 'methodological dance', if I may use those terms!

Your linkage back into the theoretical discourse of LT was also nicely done. In this way you have clearly played a vital role in the ongoing evolution of the approach.

I offer my thanks and appreciation for a job well done....

Warmest Regards.

Phil