Title

Associate Professor

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Office: 201W MCKB
Department:
TEd, TEd Graduate, EIME

Awards

Visiting Scholar

Centre for Research on Teacher Education and Development, University of Alberta, Edmonton

2004 - Present

Selected Publications

Consequences of personal teaching metaphors for teacher identity and practice (2017)

Authors: Erickson, Lynnette; Pinnegar, Stefinee

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group

Country: United Kingdom

Volume: 23

Issue: 1

Page Numbers: 106-122

ISSN: 1354-0602

URL: 462 East 130 North

Abstract: click to view

Past research has clearly indicated that teachers’ metaphors can serve as a framework that moves our understanding of teaching forward by making more explicit the intuitive knowledge teachers hold about themselves, their classrooms, and their practice. Making explicit how metaphors uncover the understandings that guide the practices of inservice teachers, individually and collectively, can provide insight into the assumptions they hold about teaching and teaching practice. The purpose of this study was to explore how inservice teachers’ self-constructed metaphors revealed their perceptions of their roles, obligations, and assumptions about teaching and learning and consider the implications of such exploration for teacher education and development. The four experienced teachers who participated in this study constructed personal teaching metaphors for which they provided an explanation. Analysis of the metaphors using positioning theory provided evidence that teaching metaphors capture the individual identity and specify the plotlines of teaching and the obligations, duties, and responsibilities of the teacher as well as the role of the teacher and others in the teacher’s practice. We found that each metaphor brought elements of identity and teaching practice together in unique and divergent ways. A subsequent cross-case analysis reveled common discourses of teaching: responsibility, nurturing and caring, and teacher and student learning. Both the individual and cross-case analysis suggest the potential value of metaphor work for informing teacher education and professional development to advise teachers, teacher educators, school leaders, and policy makers.

Intimate scholarship: An examination of identity and inquiry in the work of teacher educators. (2016)

Authors: Hamilton, Mary Lynn; Pinnegar, Stefinee E; Davey, Ronnie

Publication Type: Book, Chapter/ Section in Scholarly Book

Publisher: Springer

City: Singapore

Country: Singapore

Page Numbers: 181-238

Moving between the propositional and practical: A self-study in an adolescent development class (2016)

Authors: Pinnegar, Stefinee E; Rice, Mary

Publication Type: Monograph

Publisher: Self-study of teacher education practices

City: Auckland, New Zealand

Country: New Zealand

Page Numbers: 93-100

URL: www.castle-conference.com

Editors: D. Garbet & A. Ovens

Advances in Research on Teaching Volume 26 (2015)

Authors: Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Other

Publisher: Emerald Publishing

City: Bingley

Country: UK

Volume: 26

Knowing, Becoming, doing as Teacher Educators: Identity, Intimate Scholarship, Inquiry (2015)

Authors: Hamilton, Mary Lynn; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Book, Scholarly

Publisher: Emerald Publishing

City: Bingley

Country: UK

Learning from experiences of non-personhood: A self- study of teacher education identities (2015)

Authors: Rice, Mary; Newberry, Melissa Ann; Whiting, Erin Feinauer; Cutri, Ramona; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group

City: Abingdon

Country: UK

Volume: 11

Issue: 1

Page Numbers: 16-31

Editors: Tom Russell

Abstract: click to view

This study examined how our non-personhood experiences (NPHEs) contributed to our teacher educator identity process. We took up exploration of these experiences, which were very painful for us, not as entrée into victimhood, but because we wanted to learn something about how, in the face of such experiences, we could engage with these troubling interactions in order to renew our commitment to our work as teacher educators in the academe. During the analysis process, we considered our stories along four overlapping dimensions (1) our Selves in our own story, 2) others in the story, 3) colleagues not in the story, and 4) non-colleagues and others not in the story. A framework for looking at our NPHEs resulted that allows teacher educators to attend to students’ needs while simultaneously reasserting their own teacher educator identities in more honest and vulnerable ways. Analyzing NPHEs has the potential to help teacher educators engage and invite students to recognize teacher educators’ personhood and therefore better position them to recognize the personhood of their future students.

Exploring teacher educator identity through experiences of non-personhood (2014)

Authors: Rice, Mary; Newberry, Melissa Ann; Whiting, Erin Feinauer; Cutri, Ramona Maile; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Country: New Zealand

Page Numbers: 183-185

Stories of Transformation: Using personal narrative to explore transformative experience among undergraduate peer mentors (2014)

Authors: Bunting, Bryce D; Pinnegar, Stefinee E; Peterson, Brice

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Publisher: American Educational Research Association

City: Washington D.C.

Country: United States

Volume: 2014

Page Numbers: 46

URL: www.aera.net/repository

Abstract: click to view

While past research has suggested that undergraduate peer mentors benefit from mentoring their peers, little research has examined how this experience is associated with transformative learning. This study uses narrative analysis of authentic mentoring stories to explore how particular types of mentoring experience contribute to transformative learning for the peer mentors of first-year students. We find that transformation is more likely when PMs 2 engage in meaningful routines and everyday practices; practice purposeful “pretending” in the unfamiliar aspects of their role; embrace challenge and surprise in their practice; regularly reflect on their experiences; and are mentored by supportive faculty and staff. Findings have implications for peer mentor selection and training, as well as peer mentoring program design.

Reflection under construction: Using the handbook of reflection and reflective inquiry in practice (2012)

Authors: Rice, Mary; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

City: London

Country: england

Volume: 13:6, 821-827

Issue: 6

Page Numbers: 821-827

URL: dx.doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2012.697890

Depending on ontology in researching experience (2012)

Authors: Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Rowan & Littlefield

City: Lanham, MD

Country: USA

Volume: 24

Issue: 4

Page Numbers: 487-490

Editors: Patrick M. Jenlink

International teacher educators learning about reflection from the process (2012)

Authors: Rice, Mary; Pinnegar, Stefinee E; Murphy, M. Shaun; Rice, Brian; Hamilton, Mary Lynn

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Publisher: Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices SIG

City: East Sussex

Country: England

Page Numbers: 243-247

URL: https://sites.google.com/site/castleconference2012/conference-proceedings-1996-2010

A programmatic self-study of practice: Exploring teacher educator knowledge (2012)

Authors: Erickson, Lynnette Bloom; Pinnegar, Stefinee E; Young, Janet R

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Publisher: Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices SIG

City: East Sussex

Country: England

Page Numbers: 98-102

Extending inquiry communities: Illuminating teacher education through self-study (2012)

Authors: Young, Janet R; Erickson, Lynnette Bloom; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Publisher: Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices SIG

City: East Sussex

Country: England

Page Numbers: 304

Endnote (2011)

Authors: Erickson, Lynnette Bloom; Young, Janet R; Pinnegar, Stefinee E

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Routledge

City: Abingdon, Oxon

Country: United Kingdom

Volume: 7

Issue: 2

Page Numbers: 215-216

URL: www.informaworld.com

Editors: Amanda Berry and Tom Russell