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Brown, Anthony L. – Teaching Education, 2011
Numerous scholars have illustrated how African American teachers' past experiences provide them a philosophical vision committed to teaching for social and educational change for African American students. This article draws from this body of work by looking at the diverse ways five African American male teachers used their past experiences to…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, African American Students, Role Models, Vision
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Maxwell, Bronwen – Teaching Education, 2010
Recent reforms of initial teacher education (ITE) in the learning and skills sector (LSS) in England are standards based and emphasise subject specialism. The reforms are underpinned by objectivist epistemological assumptions which are incompatible with socio-cultural theories of professional knowledge, and ignore the diverse teaching roles and…
Descriptors: Teacher Characteristics, Learning Processes, Foreign Countries, Trainees
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Alfaro, Cristina; Quezada, Reyes L. – Teaching Education, 2010
The article examines 21 biliteracy teachers who studied and taught in schools through an eight-week in-service professional development program with indigenous children in the state of Altacomulco, Mexico. In the process of documenting their international teaching experiences, a study was conducted to ascertain biliteracy teachers' development of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Professional Development, Learning Experience, Teaching Experience
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MacDonald Grieve, Ann; McGinley, Brian Peter – Teaching Education, 2010
This paper explores the concept of continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers in Scotland in an education system undergoing change. It considers the curricular and political changes which affect the nature of CPD considered appropriate and relevant for teachers. This article reports on one small-scale qualitative study into…
Descriptors: Professional Recognition, Measures (Individuals), Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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North, Connie E. – Teaching Education, 2009
In this commentary, I, a research participant in Hilary Conklin's study, respond to her article by relating honesty to compassion and mindfulness. In addition to endorsing the intrapersonal honesty that Conklin supports in her article, I assert that interpersonal honesty can benefit the researcher, research participants, and research findings. I…
Descriptors: Altruism, Reader Response, Research Methodology, Ethics
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Goodnough, Karen; Hung, Woei – Teaching Education, 2009
In this study, five elementary teachers and a university researcher developed and implemented problem-based learning (PBL) experiences in the context of science teaching and learning. Collaborative inquiry was adopted as a methodology, while a variety of qualitative methods were used to examine the engagement and development of teachers'…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Elementary School Science, Problem Based Learning, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Egbert, Joy; Salsbury, Tom – Teaching Education, 2009
Parents can provide interaction that is crucial to student learning. Helping teachers connect students' home and school lives and assisting parents in understanding possible roles in student learning can contribute to student achievement. A one-year funded project focused on: (1) helping teachers involve parents in the literacy achievement of…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Parents as Teachers, Parent School Relationship
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den Heyer, Kent – Teaching Education, 2009
In this study, a group of teacher educators converse about their teaching practice in light of a new provincial K-12 program of social studies. The most noteworthy feature of this new program is its explicit call for teachers to include Aboriginal and Francophone perspectives as they teach to the program's two central themes of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators
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Skerrett, Allison – Teaching Education, 2009
Using the case of a secondary English department, this article demonstrates how historical barriers to effectively educating diverse students have been reinforced by the current educational climate of curriculum standardization and high stakes accountability. Data derive from in-depth interviews of English teachers and analysis of…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Student Diversity, English Teachers, Educational Policy
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Jennings, Louise B.; Da Matta, Gylton B. – Teaching Education, 2009
This study focuses upon the narratives of women educators ("educadoras") who contributed to radical democratic school reforms in post-authoritarian Brazil. We illustrate through three of the teachers' narratives how their professional identities and actions were shaped partly by their experiences of resisting the military regime and by…
Descriptors: Social Action, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Womens Studies
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Leatherman, Jane – Teaching Education, 2009
This qualitative study examined aspects of the inclusive program in an elementary school in a rural section of the upper Midwest of the United States. This article describes a university and elementary school research partnership to study collaboration among the general education teachers and the special education staff (teachers and assistants)…
Descriptors: Teacher Characteristics, Focus Groups, Teacher Attitudes, Inclusive Schools
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Prater, Mary Anne; Wilder, Lynn K.; Dyches, Tina Taylor – Teaching Education, 2008
Educational professionals agree that traditional preservice preparation has been inadequate in preparing educators to teach culturally and/or linguistically diverse students. Reasons for this lack of preparation are generally identified as an insufficient number of diverse teacher candidates and poor infusion of culturally competent practices…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Cultural Pluralism, Special Education Teachers, Culturally Relevant Education
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Lucas, Norman – Teaching Education, 2007
This paper is a critique of the initial teacher education (ITE) of further and adult education teachers in the UK. It argues that the employer-led, national standards model in the UK is not the basis for ITE and professional development because it takes no account of learning in the workplace, disregards the multi-specialist and professional…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Continuing Education, Adult Education
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Hug, Barbara; Reese, George – Teaching Education, 2006
Helping teachers to change practices by adopting new tools and pedagogical approaches is of interest to a wide range of educational researchers and practitioners. This article describes a teacher, Ms. Hogan, who is an early adopter of a technological innovation: the authoring tool Squeak. We analyze email messages from Ms. Hogan applying Rogers'…
Descriptors: Electronic Mail, Technology Integration, Educational Technology, Teacher Role
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Pang, Ming Fai – Teaching Education, 2006
The study that we report in this paper, named as learning study, is a hybrid between a design experiment as characterized by Brown and Collins, and a Japanese lesson study as characterized by Yoshida, and Stigler and Hiebert. This paper aims at tracing the development of the learning study and examining its impact on teacher professional learning,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Faculty Development, Teacher Education, Instructional Design
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