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|Other Titles:||To See a Student Teacher's Development of Teaching Knowledge and Ability from a Knowledge Transfer Perspective|
Office of Teacher Education and Careers Service
This study was based on the knowledge transfer mechanism proposed by Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) which includes socialization, externalization, combination and internalization. A student teacher's (Xiao-jing) teaching knowledge and ability development was analyzed. There were four main findings. First, Socialization Stage (implicit knowledge to implicit knowledge): Xiao-jing reflected on her own teaching after observed her mentor teacher's teaching. She would then find out parts needed to be strengthened and imitate her mentor teacher's teaching to complete the transfers between implicit knowledge. Second,Externalization Stage (implicit knowledge to explicit knowledge): through teaching trials, talks, mistake making and suggestions she tried to resolve her teaching strategies for transferring implicit knowledge to explicit knowledge. Third, Combination Stage (explicit knowledge to explicit knowledge): she integrated explicit knowledge by analyzing teaching materials and editing teaching text. She also tried to apply various resources and teaching methods to her teaching for the transfers between implicit knowledge. Finally, Internalization Stage (explicit knowledge to implicit knowledge): she actively attended to all kinds of training programs offered by the teacher training institution for internalizing her learned knowledge through learning by doing.
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