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Exploring the Pre-service Science Teachers` Emotional Experience, Display Rules, and Controlling Strategies During Teaching Practice
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Exploring the Pre-service Science Teachers` Emotional Experience, Display Rules, and Controlling Strategies During Teaching Practice
Kim, Heekyong; Lee, Narea;
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 Abstract
The goal of the study was to examine pre-service teachers` emotional experiences, especially during student teaching. The following questions guided this study. First, during student teaching, what are the characteristics of emotional experiences of pre-service science teachers? Second, what are used as the emotional rules and strategies by student teacher? In this study, we tracked nine pre-service science teachers over a four-week period of the student teaching. The data sources were lesson observations, interviews, emotional journals, and video-recorded classroom lessons. Results showed that student teachers experienced various 25 different types of emotions which were reported as the primary emotions of Koreans. The main subjects for interaction for positive emotions were students. For negative emotions, students, teachers and student teachers themselves all resulted in such negative emotional experiences. When the student teachers experienced negative emotions, they followed the emotional rule that their emotions should not be expressed in front of the students. Because of this, they tried various strategies for controlling emotions, such as `understanding students`, `finding the positive side`, `seeing good students`, `ignoring`, `holding back`, `evading`, and `giving up`. Finally, suggestions for teacher education were discussed.
 Keywords
pre-service science teacher;emotional experiences;student teaching;emotional display rule;emotion controlling strategy;
 Language
Korean
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