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Glazier, Jocelyn; Bean, Amanda – Teaching Education, 2019
Building from the theories of Dewey and Kolb and Fry, we sought to examine the impact of experiential education in teacher education on teacher beliefs and practices. The teacher education model described in this article sets out to challenge the seduction of the apprenticeship of observation and create an opportunity for in-service teachers to…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Attitude Change, Beliefs, Inservice Teacher Education
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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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Hébert, Cristyne – Teaching Education, 2019
This article examines the edTPA, an assessment for teacher candidates in the United States that, in traditional teacher education programs, is completed within a student teaching placement. Exploring literature that highlights the function of the placement and the role of the teacher education program and cooperating teacher in shaping the…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Preservice Teachers, Student Teaching, Teacher Education Programs
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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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Goldstein, Tara; Koecher, Austen; Baer, Pamela; hicks, benjamin lee – Teaching Education, 2018
This paper examines how parent advocacy and teacher allyship played an important role in supporting six-year-old Violet Addley's (a pseudonym) gender transition in elementary school. We first met the Addley family in the spring of 2015 when we interviewed them for a research study on the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and…
Descriptors: Parent Role, Advocacy, Teacher Role, Parent Teacher Cooperation
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Harris, Anne; de Bruin, Leon R. – Teaching Education, 2018
Creativity in education is currently dominated by discourses pertaining to both a neo-liberalisation of arts education and a more widespread attention to the economic potential of diverse creativities. This study applies new thinking regarding creative educational advancement that is adaptive and critically reflexive to the tasks of reconciling…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Secondary School Teachers, Creative Thinking
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Shay, Marnee – Teaching Education, 2017
The Indigenous education agenda in Australia remains focused on mainstream schooling contexts. Although overlooked in Indigenous education discourse, flexi schools appear to be engaging with disproportionately high numbers of Indigenous students and staff. The educative roles of Indigenous peoples in broader Indigenous education discourse are…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Culturally Relevant Education, Educational Methods
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Morgan, Ann – Teaching Education, 2017
Critical reflection underpins socially just and inclusive practices that are distinguishing features of democratic learning communities. Critical reflection supports educators' interrogation of the underlying assumptions, intentions, values and beliefs that shape their worldview and sociocultural standpoint. Dominant sociocultural norms…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Education, Reflection, Teacher Role, Self Concept
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te Riele, Kitty; Mills, Martin; McGregor, Glenda; Baroutsis, Aspa – Teaching Education, 2017
The affective dimension of teachers' work is a vital element in shaping inclusive, child-centred classrooms. It is particularly important for students who lack certain aspects of care and support within their personal lives. Recently, neoliberal educational paradigms of data gathering, external testing and competition have increased pressure upon…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Nontraditional Education, Special Needs Students, Teacher Role
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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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Mikulec, Erin; Herrmann, Adam – Teaching Education, 2016
This paper examines how a clinical experience in an alternative educational setting impacted both pre-service secondary teachers and the students with whom they worked. The participants were pre-service secondary teachers completing a clinical experience at a local agency that served a population of students for whom traditional school settings…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Education, Preservice Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary School Students
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Kolman, Joni S.; Roegman, Rachel; Goodwin, A. Lin – Teaching Education, 2016
This article presents findings from an exploratory empirical study of teaching residents' opportunities and learning within the overlapping contexts of English as a Second Language (ESL)/special education classrooms and high-need urban schools. Utilizing documentation from the first year of a teacher residency program, our findings illustrate the…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Second Language Learning, Context Effect, Urban Schools
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Han, Sophia – Teaching Education, 2016
This article reports on a two-year self-study exploring my roles and evolving philosophy as an early childhood teacher educator teaching diversity in the US. I was interested in better understanding how and what I can learn from the complexity of my teaching experiences. Data included my professional journals, students' reflection journals, and…
Descriptors: Teacher Educator Education, Educational Opportunities, Educational Practices, Early Childhood Education
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Russell, Vanessa – Teaching Education, 2014
In this article, I explore one lesbian teacher's ethical dilemmas and resulting disappointment related to the lack of participation by queer students in the Gay Straight Alliance she helped to create. Her dilemmas hinge on the paradoxical subject position of queer teacher in tension with the "coming out imperative" and intersecting…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Females, Ethics, Clubs
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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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