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Turnbull, Blake – Bilingual Research Journal, 2019
Foreign language (FL) writing has undergone a number of key evolutions over the past 50 years. But despite attempts toward a reframing of FL learners as emergent bilinguals, bilingual languaging strategies such as translanguaging are still rarely seen in most FL education contexts, and bilingual composition strategies are yet to become integrated…
Descriptors: Code Switching (Language), Academic Language, Creative Writing, English Language Learners
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Deroo, Matthew R.; Ponzio, Christina – Bilingual Research Journal, 2019
This study considers the potential for translanguaging to disrupt monolingual ideologies through development of in-service teachers' (ISTs) translanguaging stance. Using discourse analysis, we examined learning outcomes among five ISTs to consider what ideological constraints limited their adoption of a translanguaging stance and how, if at all,…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Discourse Analysis, Language Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes
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Szwed, Amanda; González-Carriedo, Ricardo – Bilingual Research Journal, 2019
This article examines the language ideologies associated with the sense of self-efficacy of bilingual preservice teachers about their Spanish-language skills. Current teacher shortages in the field of bilingual education and increased professional demands placed over pre- and in-service bilingual teachers compel teacher education programs to adapt…
Descriptors: Ideology, Self Efficacy, Bilingualism, Preservice Teachers
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Pacheco, Mark B.; Kang, Hyun-Sook; Hurd, Ellis – Bilingual Research Journal, 2019
This study examines preservice teachers' (PSTs) experiences with language ideologies in clinical placements across an academic year. Using methods derived from phenomenology, it explores how PSTs constructed and contested language ideologies about translanguaging in dual-language and transitional bilingual education elementary classrooms. Findings…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Ideology, Bilingual Education, Elementary Education
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Alfaro, Cristina – Bilingual Research Journal, 2018
This article draws from historical, political, theoretical, and practice perspectives that provide a comprehensive analysis of how bilingual teacher education programs have strategically navigated around and through anti-immigrant sociopolitical ideologies to survive the incessant attacks on Latinx student populations, notably in the two decades…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingual Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Educational History
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Escamilla, Kathy – Bilingual Research Journal, 2018
The Bilingual Education Act (BEA) was a signature piece of legislation and was especially significant as a legislative accomplishment for Latinos and Native Americans as part of the Great Society programs and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. While Senator Ralph Yarborough of Texas and President Lyndon Johnson have historically been credited…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Bilingual Education, Second Language Learning, Teacher Attitudes
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del Rosal, Karla; Roman, Diego; Basaraba, Deni – Bilingual Research Journal, 2018
We investigated the experiences of 12 bilingual teacher candidates as they participated in a non-traditional teacher education program implemented in the context of a partnership between a university, a non-profit organization, and an urban school district. Using the lens of Cultural Historical Activity Theory and Latinx Critical Race Theory, we…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Bilingual Teachers, Nontraditional Education
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Joseph, Tatiana; Evans, Leanne M. – Bilingual Research Journal, 2018
As teacher educators, we continually ask ourselves how to most effectively prepare our teacher candidates with the professional knowledge and critical consciousness to engage in meaningful work with learners who are marginalized by structures of schooling and turbulent mainstream politics. In this article, we discuss our critically conscious…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Guidelines, Critical Theory
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Tandon, Madhavi; Viesca, Kara Mitchell; Hueston, Colin; Milbourn, Tamara – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
This qualitative study examined data from 36 teacher candidates and novice teachers to explore their perceptions and understandings of linguistic responsiveness. The findings illustrate the challenge of demonstrating linguistically responsive teaching practices in the early and initial stages of entering the teaching profession, and more research…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Preservice Teachers, Teaching Methods, Beginning Teachers
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Freire, Juan A.; Valdez, Verónica E. – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
Culturally relevant pedagogy receives limited attention in many U.S. dual language classrooms. This article focuses on understanding the barriers eight elementary Spanish-English dual language teachers saw as preventing the implementation of culturally relevant pedagogy in their urban classrooms. Employing critical sociocultural theory and drawing…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Barriers, Teacher Educators, Social Justice
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Guerrero, Michael D.; Guerrero, Maria Consuelo – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
In this descriptive study the efforts of a faculty to prepare a cohort of pre-service bilingual education teachers to pass a newly adopted state certification test of academic Spanish are presented. The faculty's efforts were aimed at offsetting a low pass rate on this test, but unfortunately efforts fell short. To unpack this outcome, the authors…
Descriptors: Academic Discourse, Spanish, Preservice Teachers, Bilingual Education
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Musanti, Sandra I.; Rodríguez, Alma D. – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
Translanguaging, or the complex, dynamic, and integrated linguistic practices of bilinguals have been recently identified as a pedagogical strategy to facilitate learning in bilingual classrooms. Given its potential implications for teacher preparation, a qualitative case study was conducted at a university on the Texas-Mexico border to explore…
Descriptors: Bilingual Teachers, Bilingual Education, Teacher Education, Academic Discourse
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Miller, Kyle – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
This study examined the school memories of a cohort of bilingual pre-service teachers who experienced school as English Learners. As part of a course assignment, participants described a memory from elementary school and later used that memory to reflect on its future impact on their teaching. Data were inductively analyzed, and themes were…
Descriptors: Memory, Preservice Teachers, English Language Learners, Elementary School Students
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Riley, Jacqueline; Muñoz, Ava; Green, Laura Chris; Kim, JoHyun – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
The researchers explored the benefits, challenges and preferred methods of communication of those who took part in the "¡Guiamos!" online and face-to-face mentoring program. Participants included 21 novice pre-service teachers who served as mentees and 32 experienced educators of English language learners who served as mentors. To…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Bilingual Teachers, Language Teachers, English (Second Language)
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Bonilla, Chris Milk – Bilingual Research Journal, 2017
Relational professionalism in education is a way of regarding teaching as a profession which privileges relationality, or engaged and connected relationships with the self, with others and one's teaching practice. In this article, I examine a bilingual teacher association who use their annual conference as a vehicle to support and strengthen their…
Descriptors: Bilingual Teachers, Professional Associations, Conferences (Gatherings), Interviews
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