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Ryan, Michael; Taylor, Monica; Barone, Amanda; Della Pesca, Leslie; Durgana, Sona; Ostrowski, Kelly; Piccirillo, Tonianne; Pikaard, Kelly – New Educator, 2017
Too often, because of the static nature of schools and the dominant existence of high-stakes testing, professional learning for teachers is determined by administrators or policy and is facilitated by those who are not part of the school community using prepackaged programs. These initiatives run counter to authentic teacher inquiry where teachers…
Descriptors: Teacher Researchers, Teacher Leadership, Scholarship, Inquiry
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MacPhee, Deborah; Jewett, Pamela – New Educator, 2017
During recent years, literacy coaching has become a widespread model of professional development for teachers in schools across the United States. However, there is a shortage of research and policy to inform the preparation and ongoing work of literacy coaches. In this article, the researchers use a modified version of Gee's identity framework to…
Descriptors: Literacy, Coaching (Performance), School Districts, Reflection
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Cherner, Todd; Smith, Douglas – New Educator, 2017
As technology continues developing and being integrated into all facets of society, it has a direct impact on education. In response, TPACK (Mishra & Koehler, 2006) was developed as a framework to guide how teachers think about the relationship between their knowledge of pedagogy, content, and technology. However, since its first articulation,…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teaching Methods, Correlation
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Hughes-McDonnell, Fiona J. – New Educator, 2016
One of the more heated and consequential debates in teacher education today concerns the instructional methods used in preparation programs and the knowledge and skills that teacher candidates should acquire. In this study, I examine looking at learning as a pedagogical approach to transition teacher candidates from the technical conceptions of…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teachers, Teaching Methods, Evidence Based Practice
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Endacott, Jason L. – New Educator, 2016
Teacher-education programs are under increasing pressure to demonstrate the effectiveness of their graduates at a time in which many states have adopted a new generation of formal teacher-evaluation systems. Despite the current emphasis on the evaluation of teacher proficiency, the opportunity to reflect upon practice remains a vital aspect of…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Evaluation
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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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Felton, Mathew D.; Koestler, Courtney – New Educator, 2015
As social-justice mathematics teacher educators, we have always engaged and supported the prospective and practicing teachers in our classes in critical reflection about mathematics and the teaching and learning of mathematics (Felton, 2010, 2012; Felton & Koestler, 2012; Koestler, 2012). Although there are different notions, purposes, and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Reflection, Critical Thinking, Faculty Development
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Kelly-Jackson, Charlease – New Educator, 2015
Teacher-education programs continue to face the challenge of improving the preparation of teachers for diversity in particular racially diverse and low-income students. Certain factors such as dispositions, self-reflection, and prior experiences contribute to preservice teachers' attitudes and beliefs toward diversity and social justice issues.…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Education Programs, Student Diversity, Disadvantaged Environment
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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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Niemi, Hannele; Isopahkala-Bouret, Ulpukka – New Educator, 2015
The article introduces how the Finnish educational system has been moved systematically towards equal opportunities for all learners. It also describes how principles of equity and lifelong learning are tied together and what consequences this has had on teachers' professional role. Finally, the article reflects on what kind of studies and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Equal Education, Lifelong Learning, Teaching (Occupation)
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Samuels-Peretz, Debbie; Powers, Jenne – New Educator, 2014
Universal Instructional Design (UID), an approach to curriculum and pedagogy that promotes multiple means of access and expression in the classroom, allows instructors to better prepare diverse learners with twenty-first-century skill sets through nontraditional assignments. However, these nontraditional approaches can be difficult to assess.…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Access to Education, College Instruction, Student Evaluation
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DelliCarpini, Margo – New Educator, 2014
This article reports on a semester-long project where a TESOL professor and English Education professor modeled collaborative teaching and explicitly taught collaboration skills to a coscheduled teaching methods class consisting of TESOL and Secondary English teacher candidates. Data were collected in the form of pre- and postsemester surveys. In…
Descriptors: Methods Courses, English (Second Language), English Instruction, Second Language Instruction
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Ticknor, Anne Swenson – New Educator, 2014
The emotional and cognitive work of becoming a teacher is often unknown to preservice teachers, leaving many to negotiate professional identities without support from teacher educators. This article examines how one preservice teacher, Ava Mendon, used language to negotiate professional identities and to build professional confidence during her…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Professional Identity, Preservice Teachers, Interviews
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Addleman, Rebecca A.; Brazo, Carol J.; Dixon, Kristin; Cevallos, Tatiana; Wortman, Shary – New Educator, 2014
This study followed 9 teacher candidates through a 3-week cultural immersion experience in which they volunteered in educational settings where they were not members of the majority culture. This learning experience was designed to help candidates better understand their culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse future students. A…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Preservice Teachers, Learning Experience, Student Diversity
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