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Kleyn, Tatyana; Alulema, Daniela; Khalifa, Farah; Morales Romero, Areli – New Educator, 2018
Undocumented students and their families are in the crossfire as the Trump administration has taken an aggressive stance to criminalize, deport, and degrade them. Through the testimonios of three undocumented immigrant college students and graduates, this article sheds light on their memorable moments in high school and college to extract lessons…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Curriculum, Educational Environment, Student Needs
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Bieler, Deborah; Holmes, Stephen; Wolfe, Edward W. – New Educator, 2017
This study examined the teaching assignments of English teachers in 13 Mid-Atlantic high schools across five states. Data on the experience levels of 175 English teachers teaching 246 classes and surveys from 85 teacher participants were collected. Findings reveal that major agency-thwarting challenges face new English teachers: They typically are…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, High School Students, Teacher Persistence, Teaching Conditions
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Bower-Phipps, Laura; Klecka, Cari Van Senus; Sature, Amanda L. – New Educator, 2016
Understanding how experienced teachers share and articulate effective mentoring practices can guide efforts to prepare quality mentors. This qualitative study focused on mentoring practices within a teacher-designed student-teaching program conceptualized while the mentor teachers within the program were students in a graduate-level mentoring…
Descriptors: Mentors, Teacher Role, Qualitative Research, Student Teaching
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Parkhouse, Hillary – New Educator, 2015
In this article, I examine the potential for developing preservice social studies teachers' understanding of transformational resistance, Latin@ civil rights movements, and culturally sustaining pedagogy through a project using the film Precious Knowledge. This documentary depicts high school students in a Mexican American Studies (MAS) program…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Sustainability, Films, Educational Media
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Athanases, Steven Z.; Wahleithner, Juliet Michelsen; Bennett, Lisa H. – New Educator, 2013
Writing is central to academic development, permeates content area coursework and serves as both a vehicle for and a display of learning. For English learners (ELs), writing poses challenges, and teachers need preparation in how to understand and respond to these. This study reports 5 teacher inquiry processes that preservice teachers in one…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Writing Skills, Inquiry, Preservice Teachers
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Carter, Hazel M. – New Educator, 2012
Student performance and achievement are often seen as the only indicators of school success. This emphasis on accountability and achievement exacerbates the dropout crisis in public high schools as increasing numbers of students fail to graduate on time, many of whom eventually leave school without a diploma. This article demonstrates how a…
Descriptors: Caring, Academic Achievement, At Risk Students, Accountability
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Santoli, Susan P.; Martin, Susan Ferguson – New Educator, 2012
This study summarizes the results of a survey conducted by university faculty to improve the secondary teacher education program at a public university in the southeast. The survey's primary objectives were to identify areas of needed improvement among student teachers and to identify areas in which supervising teachers desired additional training…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Mentors, Student Teachers
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Marri, Anand R.; Perin, Dolores; Crocco, Margaret S.; Riccio, Jessica F.; Rivet, Ann; Chase, Beth J. – New Educator, 2011
In an attempt to address perceived shortcomings in traditional content-area literacy preparation, an interdisciplinary group of teacher education faculty developed an approach called "content-driven literacy" (CDL), which was applied to the design of courses to prepare preservice secondary science and social studies teachers. This article…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Literacy, College Faculty
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Dabach, Dafney Blanca – New Educator, 2011
Scholarship on immigrant integration often examines immigrant characteristics and the host society's contexts of reception. This article explores how teachers fit within this framework by presenting findings on teachers' preferences to teach immigrant-origin youth who are classified as "English learners" (ELs) within separate content courses known…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Secondary School Students, Acculturation, Second Language Learning
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Sloan, Heather; Kelly, Angela M. – New Educator, 2010
This work explores the institutional impacts at Lehman College, City University of New York, of the Teacher Renewal for Urban Science Teaching (TRUST) Project, a partnership between the American Museum of Natural History and Brooklyn and Lehman Colleges funded by the National Science Foundation. We examine the impact that TRUST had and continues…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Natural Sciences, Science Education, College Science
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Saxman, Laura J.; Gupta, Preeti; Steinberg, Richard N. – New Educator, 2010
The purpose of this paper is to describe and present results from the fourth year of a five-year collaborative research project between an interactive science center and a local college. The purpose of the project is not only to recruit and train approximately 50 highly qualified science teachers who will teach in New York City public schools, but…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Teaching Skills, Science Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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Dotger, Benjamin H.; Smith, Melissa J. – New Educator, 2009
Teacher professional identity is a concept defined and researched in a multitude of ways (Beijaard, Meijer, & Verloop, 2004). This manuscript approaches teacher identity formation from the foundations of situated cognition, social learning, and identity in community practice. Focusing on a unique teacher development intervention designed to…
Descriptors: Teaching (Occupation), Professional Personnel, Identification, Beginning Teachers
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DiBara, Jennifer A. – New Educator, 2007
For this study, 40 teachers at four admired public urban high schools participated in interviews about the responsibilities, goals, and challenges they face as they try to attend to students' needs in the midst of pressures from high stakes testing and high academic standards. Common themes from their responses included a deep and profound…
Descriptors: Student Needs, Secondary School Teachers, Educational Change, High School Students
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Crocco, Margaret Smith; Costigan, Arthur T. – New Educator, 2006
High-stakes testing in New York City (NYC) schools has produced a culture of high-stakes teaching. The latter concept emphasizes both the importance of good teachers to the performance of urban students and the threat to keeping good teachers in NYC schools due to measures such as scripted lessons and mandated curriculum. This essay draws upon…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Teaching (Occupation), Teacher Responsibility, Teaching Conditions
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Washor, Elliot; Mojkowski, Charles – New Educator, 2006
Why are authentic school and community connections so rare and so fragile, particularly at the high school level and particularly in urban areas? Why, when high school reformers are so eager to create learning communities of their students and faculty, do so few high schools extend their mission to serving as centers of community learning for…
Descriptors: High Schools, Urban Areas, Institutional Mission, School Community Relationship
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