Beverley C Cooper
Associate Dean Teacher Education
Currently Associate Dean Teacher Education and chair of the Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand (TEFANZ) which represents institutions who offer degree level Initial Teacher Education programmes
Beverley's research is focused on teacher education programmes. She is currently co-leading a three year TLRI -Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning in Initial Teacher Education MARKITE which is exploring how to support the development of mathematical thinking for a teacher's professional work.
She is sponsor and researcher on a longitudinal developmental evaluation which is looking at the effectiveness of an innovative Collaborative University - School partnership (CUSP) for the BTchg primary programme.
Beverley is also leading a project looking at the development of a shared understanding of practicum judgements between university and schools.
She is a member of the APEC project Identifying Unique and Promising Practices in Upper Secondary Maths and Science (Physics and Chemistry) Teacher Preparation. This international project involves nine countries.
She has been involved in several large research and project teams including the NZ curriculum stocktake, the TELA laptop evaluation project, the Ministry of Research Science and Technology Science Learning Hub development team (http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz), the Solomon Islands School of Education Project, the Ministry of Education funded Curriculum Implementation Exploratory Studies project and a Teaching Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) Learning to be Assessement Capable Teachers to research assessment capabilities of teacher education students.
Cowie, B., Cooper, B., Edwards, F., & Earl Rinehart, K. (2019). Navigating an evolving context: Assessment reform in New Zealand. In 2019 AERA Annual Meeting: Leveraging education research in a post-truth era: Multimodal narratives to democratize evidence. Conference held in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada.
Cooper, B., Cowie, B., & Campbell, C. (2018). A New Zealand collaborative university-school partnership: Applying the STEPS framework. In L. Hobbs, C. Campbell, & M. Jones (Eds.), School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education (pp. 209-218). Singapore: Springer. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-13-1795-8
Cooper, B., & Cowie, B. (2018). Developing student teacher assessment data literacy through a programme wide approach. In 2018 ATEA and TEFANZ Conference Teacher Education in and for Uncertain Times. Conference held at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Cowie, B., & Cooper, B. (2018). Looking for synergies to meet the challenges of teacher education. In C. Wyatt-Smith, & L. Adie (Eds.), Innovation and Accountability in Teacher Education. Setting Directions for New Cultures in Teacher Education (pp. 187-200). Singapore: Springer.
Find more research publications by Beverley Cooper
Assessment and Evaluation in Education; Learning in Science and Technology; Teacher Education
Practicum, Teacher Education
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