Ethnographic eyes a teachers guide to classroom observation the book describes how developing ethnographic eyes can help student teachers understand the importance of suspending judgment so that they can learn how to see learning in the actions of members to acquire insider knowledge of teaching and learning processes in different . For carolyn frank ethnography provides the perfect lens through which to view them ethnographic eyes extends ethnography beyond the work of university researchers and proves what an accessible and instructive observation tool it can be for inservice and preservice teachers frank draws on extensive experience in teacher education . Franks book explains how she helped student teachers understand how to use and why they should use ethnographic eyes looking at a situation from an outsider perspective when one assumes insider knowledge can be dangerous and this is often the trap that student teachers find themselves in. Ethnographic eyes a teachers guide to classroom observation carolyn frank portsmouth nh heinemann 1999 111 pp this exciting little book is a must read for every student teacher its basic premise is that ethnography the study of culture can be a useful tool for teachers to better understand their students and community. Ethnographic eyes a teachers guide to classroom observation carolyn frank portsmouth nh heinemann 1999 111 pp carole beeghly bencich indiana university of pennsylvania cbencichgroveiupedu teachers and ethnographers share a common responsibility to see the familiar with new eyes
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