Epistemic Reflexivity - Teacher Education about/to/for Diversity (ER-TED) framework
This dataset comprises a framework that is a visual representation of epistemic reflexivity. It is referred to as 'Epistemic Reflexivity - Teacher Education about/to/for Diversity (ER-TED) framework'. Epistemic reflexivity (Lunn, Ferguson & Ryan, 2017) combines two theoretical approaches: epistemic cognition (Chinn et al., 2011 & 2014) and reflexivity (Archer, 2012).
1. Archer, M. (2012). The reflexive imperative in late modernity. GB: Cambridge University Press - M.U.A.
2. Chinn, C.A., Buckland, L.A., & Samarapungavan, A. (2011). Expanding the dimensions of epistemic cognition: Arguments from philosophy and psychology. Educational Psychologist, 46, 141-167. https://doi.org/10.1080/00461520.2011.587722
3. Chinn, C. A., Rinehart, R. W., & Buckland, L. A. (2014). Epistemic cognition & evaluating information: Applying the AIR model of epistemic cognition. In D. Rapp & J. Braasch (Eds.), Processing inaccurate information: Theoretical & applied perspectives from cognitive science & the educational sciences (pp. 425-453). MIT Press.
4. Jo Lunn Brownlee, Leila E. Ferguson & Mary Ryan (2017) Changing Teachers' Epistemic Cognition: A New Conceptual Framework for Epistemic Reflexivity, Educational Psychologist, 52:4, 242-252, DOI: 10.1080/00461520.2017.1333430
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