Networks offers a place for sharing reports of action research, in which teachers at all levels, kindergarten to postgraduate, are reflecting on classroom practice through research ventures. It also provides space for discussion of other ways in which educational practitioners, alone or in collaboration, use inquiry as a tool to learn more about their work with the hope of eventually improving its effectiveness.

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Vol 18, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction

Editorial Introduction
Suzanne Porath

Full Articles

Preparing Teacher Candidates for the Instruction of English Language Learners
Monica Marie Gonzalez
Developing Effective Physical Fitness Testing Standards for Pre Service Physical Educators
Kory Hill, Roland Thornburg
Mixed Classes, Mixed Methods: Writing Students’ Attitudes about Collaborative and Intercultural Learning
D. Michael Keleher
Preparing Graduate Students to Teach Math: Engaging with Activities and Viewing Teaching Models
Maria Boeke Mongillo
“A close read of my classroom”: Teacher research and identity work
Joy Kammerer Myers
“I’m not so sure…”: Teacher educator action research into uncertainty
Carrie Rogers

Book Reviews

Book Review of Negotiating a Permeable Curriculum
Ted Kesler