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König, Johannes; Lammerding, Sandra; Nold, Günter; Rohde, Andreas; Strauß, Sarah; Tachtsoglou, Sarantis – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Despite an increasing research interest in subject-specific teacher knowledge, the scientific understanding regarding teachers' professional knowledge for teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) is very limited. This study therefore applies standardized tests to directly assess content knowledge (CK), pedagogical content knowledge (PCK), and…
Descriptors: Knowledge Base for Teaching, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Sharkey, Judy; Clavijo Olarte, Amparo; Ramírez, Luz Maribel – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Here we share findings from a 9-month qualitative case study involving a school-university professional development inquiry into how teachers develop, implement, and interpret community-based pedagogies (CBPs), an asset-based approach to curriculum that acknowledges mandated standards but begins with recognizing and valuing local knowledge. After…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Standards, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries
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Henry, Alastair – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Currently, the inner dynamics of teacher identity transformations remain a "black box." Conceptualizing preservice teacher identity as a complex dynamic system, and the notion of "being someone who teaches" in dialogical terms as involving shifts between different teacher voices, the study investigates the dynamical processes…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Mentors, Preservice Teachers, Practicums
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Naidoo, Kara; Kirch, Susan A. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
This article has two aims: (a) to offer a new model for a teacher preparation course that features reflection and teaching as integral, inseparable actions and (b) to provide empirical evidence from an exploratory ethnography to demonstrate teacher development possibilities with this model. The model, termed "Transformative Reflection,"…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Reflection, Reflective Teaching, Ethnography
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Bale, Jeff – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
This article presents a qualitative study of integrating target language (TL) materials and activities within a world language (WL) teacher preparation program at a large, Midwestern public university. Based on document and interview data, I analyze how teacher candidates engaged with curricular materials written in the respective TL, how they…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Language Proficiency, Preservice Teachers, Spanish
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González, Gloriana; Deal, Jason T.; Skultety, Lisa – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Providing opportunities for learning through professional development requires the examination of facilitation of sessions with teachers. This study investigates facilitation of professional development to promote teacher learning when using animations and videos in a study group with five teachers. We ask: "What practices (and moves within…
Descriptors: Teacher Improvement, Peer Groups, Educational Objectives, Video Equipment
Jones, Brady K. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2016
Very little is known about the role of person-level qualities, or personality, in the teacher labor market. This study explores the role of "perfectionism" in teacher occupational commitment and retention. One hundred eighteen graduates of a competitive teacher preparation program with widely varying levels of total years commitment to…
Descriptors: Teacher Characteristics, Personality Traits, Teacher Persistence, Teaching (Occupation)
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Gomez, Kimberley; Gomez, Louis M.; Rodela, Katherine C.; Horton, Emily S.; Cunningham, Jahneille; Ambrocio, Rocio – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
Three community college faculty members used improvement science techniques to design, develop, and refine contextualized developmental mathematics lessons, where language and literacy pedagogy and related supports figured prominently in these instructional materials. This article reports on the role that their design experiences played in…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Faculty Development, Mathematics Teachers, College Faculty
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Edwards, Ann R.; Sandoval, Carlos; McNamara, Haley – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
More than 60% of the nation's 14 million community college students are required to complete at least one developmental mathematics class before enrolling in college-credit courses; however, 80% of them do not successfully complete any college-level mathematics course within 3 years. To address this problem, the Community College Pathways…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, College Faculty, Mathematics Teachers, Developmental Studies Programs
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Martin, W. Gary; Gobstein, Howard – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
The Mathematics Teacher Education Partnership (MTE-Partnership) was formed to address the undersupply of new secondary mathematics teachers who are well prepared to help their students attain the goals of the Common Core State Standards and other college- and career-ready standards. This national consortium of more than 90 universities and 100…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Mathematics Teachers, Secondary Education
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Hannan, Maggie; Russell, Jennifer Lin; Takahashi, Sola; Park, Sandra – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
The rapid turnover of novice teachers is a stubborn challenge plaguing schools across the country. The field has come to some consensus about key elements of effective novice teacher support that have potential to ameliorate this problem, although this knowledge has been applied in an inconsistent fashion. Beginning teacher support is a complex…
Descriptors: Science Course Improvement Projects, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, Social Networks
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Clarà, Marc – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
The notion of reflection nowadays is considered crucial in the field of teaching and teacher education. However, although the great majority of approaches to reflection are grounded on the same main theoretical sources, the meaning of this notion is unanimously recognized in the field to be ambiguous. This article aims to look for clarity about…
Descriptors: Reflection, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teachers, Decision Making
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Wilson, P. Holt; Sztajn, Paola; Edgington, Cyndi; Myers, Marrielle – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
The growing national attention to students' learning trajectories (LTs) renews the opportunity to explore the ways that teachers may use students' thinking in their instruction. In this article, we examine teachers' learning of two frameworks, one for students' thinking in a particular domain and one for broad student-centered instructional…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Mathematics, Thinking Skills, Faculty Development
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Bruce, David L.; Chiu, Ming Ming – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
This study explores teachers' reflections on their learning to compose with new technologies in the context of teacher education and/or teacher professional development. English language arts (ELA) teachers (n = 240) in 15 courses learned to use digital video (DV), completed at least one DV group project, and responded to open-ended survey…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Video Technology, Teaching Methods, Teacher Education
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Good, Thomas L.; Lavigne, Alyson L. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2015
Gargani and Strong claim to have developed and validated an observation system that requires only 4 hr of training, but one that can identify effective teachers using just 20 min of one video-taped lesson. They further contend that their six-item inventory requires little judgment from those who use it. They describe their instrument, the Rapid…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness, Video Technology, Observation
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