This chapter re-explores some examples of shared narratives generated through an autoethnographic research study that considered the professional identity of university-based teacher educators. The research, which emerged from my experience of working as a teacher educator in a university school of education, presented and examined my own narrative of experience alongside those of six other teacher educators.
|Title of host publication||Contemporary British autoethnography|
|Editors||N. Short, L. Turner, A. Grant|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Oct 2013|
|Name||Studies in Professional Life and Work|
Hayler, M. (2013). When we got to the top of Elm Grove. In N. Short, L. Turner, & A. Grant (Eds.), Contemporary British autoethnography (pp. 17-32). (Studies in Professional Life and Work). Sense Publishers. https://www.sensepublishers.com/catalogs/bookseries/studies-in-professional-life-and-work/contemporary-british-autoethnography/