Linda Barlow's research while affiliated with University of Utah and other places

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Many teacher educators are championing inquiry oriented approaches that ask pre-service teachers to engage in a variety of activities including becoming critical consumers of research and participating in action research. What is largely missing from the literature is a sense of how preservice teachers think about research. This study attempts to "...
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Many teacher educators are championing inquiry oriented approaches that ask pre-service teachers to engage in a variety of activities including becoming critical consumers of research and participating in action research. What is largely missing from the literature is a sense of how preservice teachers think about research. This study attempts to f...
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An effective and sustainable university-school partnership requires active participation on the part of both institutions involved. There also need to be clearly articulated goals that outline how the partnership will be beneficial for the school and university. This article provides a description of a partnership formulated on this premise of bein...

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... Previous studies identified various barriers ranging from lack of time to engage with evidence on top of other professional tasks, belief systems that devalue the importance, practicality, and usability of scientific evidence for teaching practice, as well as a lack of skills or knowledge to evaluate scientific evidence (see e.g., Gitlin et al., 1999;Williams and Coles, 2007;Thomm et al., 2021b). Thereby, different approaches exist that attempt to systematize these different barriers by using categorizations that range from rather broad distinctions between knowledge-and motivation-related barriers (e.g., Kiemer and Kollar, 2021) to more nuanced ones (e.g., van Schaik et al., 2018;Brown et al., 2022). ...
... On the other hand, it must be acknowledged that the divide between the "ivory tower" of the university and the "stockades" of the schools (Rakow & Robinson 1997: 64) has presented challenges that cannot be ignored in the interest of sustainable partnerships. Recognising the "ivory tower" syndrome, Thomas-Brown et al. (2011) show that working towards mutually beneficial outcomes can result in a positive and productive partnership. ...