État de publication: Publiée (2018 )
Titre des actes: Proceedings for the ICLS 2018 Practitioner and Industrial tracks
Éditeur: RIPI-ICLS 2018 Research-Informed Practice and Industry
Lieu: Londres, Royaume-Uni
Intervalle de pages: 1-6
Résumé: This short paper summarizes arguments and findings in support of the conjecture that the most valuable and rewarding work in partnerships between teachers and researchers is the transformation of participation in the nexus of curriculum design, teaching, reflection, and research as collective activity systems. We present briefly the context and conceptual framework for our work, and then summarize a multi-year case of successful teacher-researcher partnership illustrating different transformations of participation, highlighting key findings and implications.