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Smith, Katherine K.; Winn, Vanessa G. – Teaching Education, 2017
This paper serves as a phenomenological reflection about the meaning of a co-teaching experience at the college level for two graduate teaching assistants. When two teachers combine planning and teaching efforts it is called co-teaching. As a pedagogical method for both instructors and students, co-teaching was beneficial because it modeled a…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Team Teaching, Teacher Collaboration, Phenomenology
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Larsen, Marianne A. – Teaching Education, 2016
This article begins with a brief overview of the relationship between globalisation and the internationalisation of higher education. This serves as a backdrop for the focus of the article, which is the internationalisation of teacher education. In order to see the diverse ways that teacher education programmes have been internationalised over the…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Case Studies, International Education, Global Approach
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Nathans, Laura; Revelle, Carol – Teaching Education, 2013
This study used a qualitative, grounded theoretical framework to examine integration of Joyce Epstein's six typologies of family involvement in responses to discussion questions for an online parent involvement course. Fifty-two undergraduate students' responses were axially coded. Overarching themes were then determined with the constant…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Teaching Methods, Grounded Theory, Community Involvement
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Kynard, Carmen – Teaching Education, 2011
ConscienceRebels are women of African descent who align themselves with the struggles of working class/working poor black communities and intentionally counter and re-script exclusive, dominant discourses. Any self-identified black female college student who focuses on the black poor or working class in their writing forms the basis of this study…
Descriptors: Working Class, Females, Economically Disadvantaged, Low Income Groups
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Walker, Sue; Brownlee, Joanne; Lennox, Sandra; Exley, Beryl; Howells, Kerry; Cocker, Fiona – Teaching Education, 2009
Whilst participation in higher education has increased dramatically over the last two decades, many universities are only now beginning to pay more attention to the learning experiences of first year students. It is important for universities to understand how first year students conceive of learning and knowing in order to promote effective…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Student Attitudes, Factor Analysis, Epistemology
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de Freitas, Elizabeth – Teaching Education, 2008
This paper reports on an action research project designed to explore the complexities of pre-service mathematics teacher resistance to social justice issues. Research on equity and mathematics education has indicated that such resistance seems particularly strong for mathematics teachers. Twelve pre-service mathematics teachers participated in a…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Methods Courses, Teacher Education Curriculum, Mathematics Education
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Sherwin, Gary; Jennings, Todd – Teaching Education, 2006
This study examined the coverage of sexual orientation topics within 77 public university secondary teacher preparation programs across seven US states, and represented programs preparing 8,300-11,500 teachers annually. Findings indicated that 40% of programs did not address sexual orientation as a diversity topic. Further, even programs that did…
Descriptors: Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Education Curriculum
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Hilder, Monika B. – Teaching Education, 2005
How can literature teachers foster an ethic of care in the classroom? How can literature and imaginative pedagogical strategies facilitate education of the moral imagination and overall training of the ethical thinker? This essay explores some theoretical reflections on moral education through literature and, in particular, suggests practical…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Imagination, Elementary Secondary Education, Writing Exercises
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Johnson, Tara Star – Teaching Education, 2005
In this article I use a combination of feminist and psychoanalytic theories to understand the surfacing of sexualized discourse in secondary classrooms as a manifestation of suppressed pedagogical eroticism. I illustrate this phenomenon with an incident that Sheila, one of my participants in a study of sexual dynamics in pre-service teachers'…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Sexual Identity, Feminism, Graduate Students
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Dippo, Don – Teaching Education, 2005
This paper begins with the observation that, for a variety of social, political, and economic reasons, many universities are beginning to rethink the nature of their relations with local communities and asks about the place of Faculties of Education in such processes of reconsideration. It describes recent initiatives at York University as…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Urban Universities, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Portelli, John P.; Solomon, R. Patrick; Barrett, Sarah; Mujawamariya, Donatille – Teaching Education, 2005
This paper presents and critically analyzes data from a project that sought teacher candidates' responses to the process and content of the Ontario Teacher Qualifying Test (OTQT), a mandatory, standardized, pencil and paper initial teacher qualification test. The aim of the project, guided by a critical democratic perspective, was to critically…
Descriptors: Alternative Assessment, Teacher Competency Testing, Teacher Qualifications, Validity
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Eckart, Joyce A.; Tracy, Dyanne M. – Teaching Education, 1992
This article describes the creation and initial teaching of a teacher education course, Gender Socialization in Schools. The course provides an understanding of the role gender plays in teaching and learning in schools and helps prospective teachers, parents, and others in designing educational programs that reduce gender bias. (SM)
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Meloy, Judith M. – Teaching Education, 1992
Reports a study that examined the expectations of cooperating teachers regarding nontraditional student teachers. Surveys of 35 cooperating teachers from 9 schools indicated that nearly half of the cooperating teachers believed that age and gender made a difference in how they regarded their student teachers. (SM)
Descriptors: Adult Students, Cooperating Teachers, Higher Education, Nontraditional Students
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Lindquist, Barbara – Teaching Education, 1994
Critiques the concept of resistance in interpreting students' behaviors and attitudes, examining political, social, and psychological connotations of resistance and contradictory ways that educators employ the concept. The paper explains limitations imposed on education by the concept, noting the work of educators who reassess the implications of…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, College Students, Discipline Problems, Elementary School Students
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Hulsebosch, Patricia; Koerner, Mari – Teaching Education, 1994
Describes an ongoing dialog between two female professors at neighboring universities whose teaching was shaped by their lives as they simultaneously taught, mothered, and learned how gender influenced their lives. The paper examines feminist values and pedagogy, describing a foundation of education course in which the two profesors used feminist…
Descriptors: Collegiality, Consciousness Raising, Course Descriptions, Education Courses
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