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Bristol, Travis J.; Goings, Ramon B. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
This article uses a phenomenological approach to explore the organizational dynamic of boundary heightening for 27 Black male teachers, across 14 schools, in one urban school district. Black male teachers described being perceived by their colleagues as either incompetent or overqualified to teach their subject matter. These experiences created…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Males, Teaching Experience, Teacher Education Programs
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Yan, Yi; Yang, Luxin – Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
Guided by activity theory, this study examines the major contradictions in an English as a foreign language (EFL) teacher professional learning community (PLC) established in China through a university--district--school partnership. Multiple sources of data were collected, including interviews, observations, and documents. Data analyses revealed…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, English Teachers, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries
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Martin, Susan D.; Dismuke, Sherry – Journal of Teacher Education, 2018
How to prepare teachers to be effective in our nations' classrooms seems to get increasingly complex, yet the links between teacher education and teachers' eventual practices are little understood. Using complexity theory as a theoretical framework, this mixed-methods study investigated writing teacher practices of 23 elementary teachers. Twelve…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Models, Mixed Methods Research, Teacher Education Programs
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Bottiani, Jessika H.; Larson, Kristine E.; Debnam, Katrina J.; Bischoff, Christina M.; Bradshaw, Catherine P. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2018
Few educators are well-equipped to bridge cultural differences to ensure that all students have opportunities to learn and succeed. Existing frameworks for culturally responsive practices (CRP) suggest its potential for promoting equitable learning environments, yet the state of the science has not been assessed. This systematic review aimed to…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Intervention, Program Effectiveness
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Kutaka, Traci Shizu; Smith, Wendy M.; Albano, Anthony D.; Edwards, Carolyn Pope; Ren, Lixin; Beattie, Heidi Lynn; Lewis, W. James; Heaton, Ruth M.; Stroup, Walter W. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2017
The present study investigated the effects of "Primarily Math", an inservice elementary mathematics specialist program. "Primarily Math" sought to augment the mathematical knowledge for teaching of kindergarten through third-grade teachers using a longitudinal multiple cohort design. Two sets of analyses were conducted. The…
Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Mathematics Teachers, Faculty Development, Mathematics Achievement
Gibbons, Lynsey K.; Cobb, Paul – Journal of Teacher Education, 2017
Instructional improvement initiatives in many districts include instructional coaching as a primary form of job-embedded support for teachers. However, the coaching literature provides little guidance about what activities coaches should engage in with teachers to improve instruction. When researchers do propose activities, they rarely justify why…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Learning Activities, Educational Opportunities, Instructional Improvement
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Kim, Younhee; Silver, Rita Elaine – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
We present a micro-analysis of post observation conversations between classroom teachers and mentors. Using the approach of conversation analysis, we show how the sequential organization of an episode (i.e., who initiates the interaction, question format used by mentors) could potentially serve to provoke or hinder teacher reflection. Our analysis…
Descriptors: Reflection, Observation, Mentors, Correlation
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Koellner, Karen; Jacobs, Jennifer – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
We posit that professional development (PD) models fall on a continuum from highly adaptive to highly specified, and that these constructs provide a productive way to characterize and distinguish among models. The study reported here examines the impact of an adaptive mathematics PD model on teachers' knowledge and instructional practices as well…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Mathematics Instruction, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Teaching Methods
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Clark, Sarah K.; Byrnes, Deborah; Sudweeks, Richard R. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
This study investigates how the culminating teacher preparation program (TPP) experience (either student teaching assignment or internship) influences the perceptions teachers report about their ability to perform instructional tasks required of teachers. A multivariate ANOVA test (N = 502) was conducted to compare perceptions of student teachers…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Student Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Interns, Teaching Skills
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Hopkins, Megan; Spillane, James P. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
While few would disagree that a key component of educating teachers to teach happens on the job, research rarely explores the schoolhouse as a site for teacher education. This study thus focuses on inservice as distinct from preservice teacher education and explores how beginning teachers' learning about mathematics and literacy instruction…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Beginning Teacher Induction, Educational Opportunities, Inservice Teacher Education
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Arya, Poonam; Christ, Tanya; Chiu, Ming Ming – Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
This study explored how peer and professor facilitations are related to teachers' behaviors during video-case discussions. Fourteen inservice teachers produced 1,787 turns of conversation during 12 video-case discussions that were video-recorded, transcribed, coded, and analyzed with statistical discourse analysis. Professor facilitations (sharing…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Literacy, Protocol Materials, Facilitators (Individuals)
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Kaufman, Douglas K. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2009
A literature review reveals limited information regarding the modeling of authentic writing practices by teacher educators for their students. This study examines the effect of the author's modeling processes as evidenced by education students' assessments of his courses. The author analyzed data using a grounded approach to document their…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Educators, Teaching Methods, Student Attitudes
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Sherin, Miriam Gamoran; Linsenmeier, Katherine A.; van Es, Elizabeth A. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2009
This study explores the use of video clips from teachers' own classrooms as a resource for investigating student mathematical thinking. Three dimensions for characterizing video clips of student mathematical thinking are introduced: the extent to which a clip provides "windows" into student thinking, the "depth" of thinking…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Video Technology, Elementary School Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education
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Lieberman, Ann; Pointer Mace, Desiree H. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2008
This letter to the next president of the United States recommends the transformation of teacher in-service learning as a powerful means of education reform. Too often, professional development is perceived by teachers as being idiosyncratic and irrelevant. The authors recommend a reconceptualization of professional learning for practicing…
Descriptors: Inservice Teacher Education, Educational Change, Presidents, Letters (Correspondence)
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Fogel, Howard; Ehri, Linnea C. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2006
Many U.S. students speak nonstandard forms of English, yet dialect issues are slighted in teacher education programs and literacy courses. In this study, classroom teachers who spoke Standard American English (SE) were familiarized with seven syntactic features characterizing African American English (AAE). Three approaches to instruction based on…
Descriptors: Black Dialects, North American English, Standard Spoken Usage, Inservice Teacher Education
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