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Cranston-Gingras, Ann; Alvarez McHatton, Patricia M.; Allsopp, David H.; Colucci, Karen; Hoppey, David; Hahn, Stacy – New Educator, 2019
The rationale, process, critical features, and lessons learned by faculty members during the redesign and implementation of our previously existing special education teacher education program into an innovative program integrating research-supported effective teacher education practices are described in this article. We begin with the rationale…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Educational Innovation, Special Education, Program Effectiveness
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Hammerness, Karen; Kennedy, Bill – New Educator, 2019
Drawing on our experiences as teacher educators in two programs designed specifically to prepare teachers for particular contexts, this article illustrates how we design our courses to help new teachers link foundational understandings to specific teaching practices in particular school and classroom contexts. We describe our integrated approach,…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Instructional Design, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Education
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Krishnamurthy, Gopal – New Educator, 2019
This is a study of my dramatized narrative based on a true story of what took place in a mathematics class in an international school setting. My narrative includes the exploration of a mathematical "mistake" and the discovery of newly emergent problems. The drama, commentary, and reflections provide a close examination of the conduct…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, International Schools, Error Patterns, Teaching Methods
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Ford, Amy Carpenter; Cunningham, Kevin D.; Lewsader, Joellen; Jasper, Andrea D.; Heroux, Jodell; Wirz-Palacios Klemm, Jennifer – New Educator, 2019
In this article, we describe teacher educators' collaboration for coherence around social justice teacher education in preparation for a national accreditation review. Specifically, we illuminate how we cultivated an inquiry stance and critical conversations to build a safe and trusting community, generate locally meaningful values, and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Accreditation (Institutions), Political Influences, Trust (Psychology)
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Currin, Elizabeth; Schroeder, Stephanie – New Educator, 2018
As new teachers confront the realities of a Trump administration characterized by a troublingly tenuous grasp of history, we advocate for infusing historical thinking into all facets of elementary teacher education. Historical thinking can promote an inquiry stance, ably contribute to social justice initiatives, and enable teachers to appreciate…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Social Studies, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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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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Dani, Danielle E.; Hartman, Sara L.; Helfrich, Sara R. – New Educator, 2018
Facilitating successful informal STEM learning experiences is essential for building knowledge and comfort with STEM content for children and teachers alike. Informal learning experiences are by nature hands-on and interdisciplinary and provide play-based, real-world, authentic learning experiences. This article describes what elementary teacher…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Science Teachers, Informal Education, Hands on Science
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MacDonald, Michelina; Weller, Kristin – New Educator, 2017
Practitioner inquiry is an alternative form of professional learning that can result in significant changes in teacher practice and student learning. We share our evolution as teacher learners within our classrooms and teacher leaders within our school as we progressed through 10 years of continuous cycles of practitioner inquiry. Beginning as…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Teacher Role, Faculty Development, Educational Practices
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Broemmel, Amy D.; Swaggerty, Elizabeth A. – New Educator, 2017
This article describes the challenges associated with outcomes-based education reform as experienced by two novice elementary teachers. Interviews with the teachers provide insights into the tensions between their teaching beliefs and the practices employed in their local contexts. Specifically, pressures to both focus on standardized measures of…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Reflective Teaching, Educational Change
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Parnell, Will; Downs, Christine; Cullen, Julianne – New Educator, 2017
Ecologically minded leaders and early childhood teacher educators offer a culturally significant shiny fish project in their community as a way to launch an environmental-material reuse project. Questioning if environmental collapse is imminent, their project investigation of developing a locally relevant Remida Reggio-inspired center serves as…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Teacher Educators, Culturally Relevant Education, Environmental Education
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Murphy, Debra – New Educator, 2017
How can early childhood teacher educators at the community college level create opportunities for their students to explore and relate to the natural world? This article discusses three learning opportunities in an early childhood associate-degree program that foster connections between preservice and inservice early childhood teachers and nature…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Preschool Teachers, Community Colleges, Teacher Educators
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Torquati, Julia; Leeper-Miller, Jennifer; Hamel, Erin; Hong, Soo-Young; Sarver, Susan; Rupiper, Michelle – New Educator, 2017
This article describes an early childhood teacher-preparation program that infuses environmental education and nature experiences into courses, practicum, and student-teaching experiences. Program philosophy, pedagogy, materials, and methods are described and linked to the Early Childhood Environmental Education Programs: Guidelines for…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Preschool Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Environmental Education
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Jett, Christopher C.; Cross, Stephanie Behm – New Educator, 2016
In this article, two teacher educators reflect on their experiences teaching a diversity course for preservice middle-school teachers. The first author is an African American male teacher educator, and the second author is a White female teacher educator. While the authors bring distinct experiences, backgrounds, and epistemologies to this work,…
Descriptors: Reflection, Critical Theory, Multicultural Education, Race
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Miller, Grant R.; Patrizio, Kami M. – New Educator, 2015
We build upon the conceptualizations of agency in teacher education presented in the three previous articles in this issue to address the question of "where" agency occurs in the context of globalization. We rely on theories of place and place-based education to illuminate the paradoxical dimensions of the global commons, raising…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Global Approach, Place Based Education, Cultural Awareness
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Coffman, Ann Nutter – New Educator, 2015
New teachers are often left to their own devices to navigate the policy world without necessarily having the strategies and tools to advocate for themselves or more experienced teachers to help guide them. More senior teachers may report a feeling of helplessness as curriculum and policy changes occur around them without necessarily considering…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Teaching Experience, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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