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Hallman, Heidi L. – Teaching Education, 2019
Situated within the broader context of neoliberalism, this article explores how personalized learning, as tied to 1:1 technology initiatives, prompts changes in teachers' classrooms and practices. The article draws upon a case study of one novice teacher as a way to view how personalized learning is undergirded by tenets of neoliberalism that…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Neoliberalism, Classroom Techniques, Beginning Teachers
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Anagnostopoulos, Dorothea; Levine, Thomas; Roselle, Rene; Lombardi, Allison – Teaching Education, 2018
University-based teacher education faces intensifying pressure to prove its effectiveness. This has prompted renewed interest in program redesign. In this article, we argue that enacting meaningful redesign requires university-based teacher educators to learn new ways of thinking and acting not only with teacher candidates but also with their…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Education, Program Design, Educational Innovation
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Golden, Noah Asher – Teaching Education, 2018
The signifier "alternative" in education has largely shifted from progressive or humanizing pedagogies to deficit framings requiring alternate graduation criteria. This development is part of broader neoliberal educational reform efforts that disrupt longstanding conceptions of teachers' roles. This study serves to investigate long-term…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Education, Neoliberalism, Personal Narratives, Teacher Attitudes
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Lensmire, Timothy J. – Teaching Education, 2018
My commentary on this special issue reflects on experiences I have had in which critical knowledges, and the people who produce them, were marginalized. I congratulate the editors and authors of this special issue for creating a space for such knowledges and for refusing to be marginalized.
Descriptors: Teacher Education Curriculum, Racial Identification, Drama, Minority Group Teachers
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Paugh, Patricia; Wendell, Kristen Bethke; Power, Christine; Gilbert, Michael – Teaching Education, 2018
This three year qualitative study of a university pilot of the edTPA, a performance assessment for preservice teachers, questioned candidates' learning at the nexus of claims that the edTPA serves a dual role as both a formative assessment for candidates' ongoing learning as well as a summative assessment of their readiness to teach. The analysis…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Qualitative Research, Performance Based Assessment
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Renshaw, Peter – Teaching Education, 2017
The centrality of relationships between teachers and students is revealed in the articles in this special issue on alternative schools. This should characterise the mainstream but the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers avoids any reference to care or affect or to the importance of forming ethically informed caring relationships with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Teacher Education, Teacher Student Relationship
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Nguyen, Huong Thi Mai; Hall, Christine – Teaching Education, 2017
In order for Vietnam to seek better international integration into an increasingly globalised world, the Vietnamese Government has launched educational reforms requiring teachers to adopt "Western" constructivist pedagogies. This paper reports on an action research study in a Vietnamese teacher training institution which found that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Attitude Change, Action Research, Student Attitudes
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Dixon, Mary – Teaching Education, 2016
International benchmarking and national testing of students at all levels of schooling have provoked teachers to critically reflect on their place in this endeavour. Many of the curriculum and pedagogical approaches associated with this type of assessment and accountability conflict with long-held beliefs about the role of teachers and the work of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beliefs, Teacher Role, Teacher Attitudes
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Hardy, Ian; Grootenboer, Peter – Teaching Education, 2016
This article reveals the nature of actions, discussions and relationships which helped forge school-community partnerships for engaged student learning and wider community participation for students and families living under difficult socio-economic circumstances. Specifically, the article draws upon interviews with key personnel and staff…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, Educational Change, Partnerships in Education, Academic Achievement
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Harris, Anne; Ammermann, Mark – Teaching Education, 2016
Traditional ties between "arts" education (that is, discipline-based arts subjects and activities in schools) and an emergent notion of "creativity" in educational discourses and policy documents are loosening, with implications for both. While creativity seems to be on the ascent, the arts may not be as fortunate; creative…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Creativity, Art Education, Educational Policy
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Willemse, T. Martijn; Vloeberghs, Lijne; de Bruïne, Erica J.; Van Eynde, Sofie – Teaching Education, 2016
Family-school partnerships (FSP) are considered important for students' academic and social development. However, preparing preservice teachers for these partnerships is seen as a challenge. Most studies on preservice teachers' preparation for FSP have been conducted in North American contexts, and little knowledge exists from a European…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Family School Relationship, Partnerships in Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Anderson, Janice L.; Justice, Julie E. – Teaching Education, 2015
This paper begins the exploration of disruption as an analytical construct that allows for the investigation of how individual learning and changes in local practice mutually influence the other within a purposefully designed learning context. We seek to describe the types of learning experiences that emerged using disruptive pedagogies and tools…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Learning Experience, Methods Courses, Undergraduate Students
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Cuenca, Alexander – Teaching Education, 2014
Drawing on the work of Russian literary critic, Mikhail Bakhtin, this article explores how an inquiry-based social studies student teaching seminar helped three preservice teachers negotiate the pressures of standards-based reforms during student teaching. The author first examines how initial perceptions of standardization and high-stakes testing…
Descriptors: Accountability, Student Teaching, Inquiry, Seminars
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McLean, Cheryl A.; Rowsell, Jennifer – Teaching Education, 2013
The article features a graduate literacy teacher education course that compelled students to think in terms of design and multimodality. In an effort to innovate our own literacy teacher education work, we came together to devise a course that encouraged students to adopt a design lens to their thinking, planning, and assessing of literacy…
Descriptors: Literacy, Teacher Education, Learning Processes, Multiple Literacies
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Nolan, Kathleen; Walshaw, Margaret – Teaching Education, 2012
At the heart of contemporary teaching reform initiatives is a pedagogy based around inquiry. In this paper, we explore inquiry through the efforts of one pre-service teacher, Toni, during her practicum experience in a secondary mathematics classroom. We look at the ways in which she negotiates her practice amid intersecting stories of traditional…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Active Learning, Student Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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