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Kaur, Amrita; Noman, Mohammad; Awang-Hashim, Rosna – Teaching Education, 2019
Classroom assessment is central to effective teaching and learning, making assessment literacy a core component for teacher education. The present study explores self-reported, differentiated assessment practices of Malaysian in-service teachers. The practices were evaluated using an analytic framework that was developed based upon the existing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Individualized Instruction, Student Evaluation, Assessment Literacy
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Spires, Hiller A.; Kerkhoff, Shea N.; Fortune, Nicholas – Teaching Education, 2019
As the world becomes more interconnected, educators have opportunities to collaborate across cultures. Using the theory of educational cosmopolitanism and the pedagogy of collaborative inquiry, this collective case study explores how Chinese and American teachers perceive the assets and challenges of conducting collaborative inquiry with their…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Inquiry, Cooperative Planning
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Waters, Richard – Teaching Education, 2017
Patterns in analysis of research data on alternative education practices as well as on student and teacher experience in mainstream settings seem to support Pierre Bourdieu and Jean Claude Passeron's theory of symbolic violence. Data from teachers and students suggest that students from low socio-economic backgrounds often disengage from education…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Education, Low Income Groups, Socioeconomic Status, Violence
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Finnessy, Patrick – Teaching Education, 2016
This study was concerned with an examination of the heteropatriarchy as it was performed by six self-identified heterosexual male English teachers and two high school administrators in the United States and Canada. These educators explained their efforts regarding their own thinking about identity and curriculum and their attempts to teach a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Males, Teacher Attitudes, Sexual Orientation
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Curwood, Jen Scott – Teaching Education, 2014
This year-long ethnographic case study examined high school teachers' participation in technology-focused professional development. By pairing a dialogical perspective on teacher identity with a micro-level analysis of narratives, findings indicate that teachers use language and other semiotic resources to express their own identity as well as to…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Ethnography, Self Concept, Technology Integration
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Rodriguez-Valls, Fernando – Teaching Education, 2014
The core of the Senate Bill 2042 (1998) was designed to provide the guidelines needed to prepare teachers who can meet the needs of a diverse K-12 student population in California. Following the guidelines marked by this bill, faculty working in Teacher Credential Programs across California are designing activities to prepare candidates with a…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Elementary School Students, High School Students, Teacher Education
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Erbilgin, Evrim – Teaching Education, 2014
This article reports on how a program based on educative supervision supported the supervisory knowledge and practices of three cooperating teachers. The program was planned as a kind of practicum: the cooperating teachers participated in the program while working with a student teacher. The program included activities where the cooperating…
Descriptors: Cooperating Teachers, Practicum Supervision, Practicums, Cooperation
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Margolis, Jason – Teaching Education, 2008
This article explores the social and professional dynamics "when teachers face teachers" seeking to impact colleagues' instructional practices to improve student learning. Specifically, it examines a group of 40 teachers leading staff development sessions at their schools in an effort to bring more literacy strategies into the pedagogies of…
Descriptors: Interprofessional Relationship, Peer Influence, Teaching Styles, Teaching Methods
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Tobin, Kenneth – Teaching Education, 2006
I present theory and research associated with learning to teach science in inner city high schools on the east coast of the United States. I use theories from cultural sociology as a framework to explore how coteaching is enacted in a science teacher education program in which coteachers collaborate with high school students in cogenerative…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Urban Schools
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Glazier, Jocelyn Anne – Teaching Education, 2005
This article describes a year-long professional development project that brought together a group of high school English teachers around multicultural literature they would be teaching to their students. The teachers all taught together in a culturally and economically diverse high school context in the USA. One objective of the project was to…
Descriptors: High Schools, English Teachers, Teaching Methods, Literature
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Collins, Anthony – Teaching Education, 2004
This paper explores the potential for peer-based anti-oppression education groups to achieve social change, considers the conditions that make their work possible and introduces several critical questions and issues raised by such efforts. I have drawn upon my involvement in my former high school's Rainbow Alliance, as well as in two Toronto…
Descriptors: High Schools, Social Change, Homosexuality, Attitude Change