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Hasebe, Yuki; Harbke, Colin R.; Sorkhabi, Nadia – Critical Questions in Education, 2021
Previous studies suggest that people judge moral violation (interpersonal injustice of unprovoked harm) to be more serious, wrong, and punishable than acts of dishonesty and lying, thus classifying morality as a super-ordinate principle to acts of honesty. The present study examined whether or not the observed pattern of subordination of honesty…
Descriptors: Peer Relationship, Bullying, Victims, Moral Values
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Allgood, Ilene; Shah, Rachayita – Critical Questions in Education, 2021
Recognizing the need to prepare elementary education teacher-candidates to implement state-mandated curriculum, a Genocide Studies Unit was developed. This study evaluated the effectiveness of the Unit in building preservice teachers' knowledge-base and efficacy levels with a mind toward preparing teachers to implement difficult content more…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Preservice Teacher Education, Death, Jews
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Pearman, Cathy; Bowles, Freddie; Polka, Walter – Critical Questions in Education, 2021
This study seeks to clarify teacher educator definitions of self-efficacy, how it is manifested in students, and ways it is taught in preparation programs. Data was collected through an electronic survey administered to teacher educators from three universities in the Midwest, Mid-South, and Northeast. Five key characteristics of…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Attitudes, Definitions, Teacher Characteristics
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McMain, Emma M.; Strong, Zoe Higheagle – Critical Questions in Education, 2021
Since the turn of the twenty-first century, educational research on emotions and social emotional learning has increased substantially. With this influx is a need for more critical work that explores how such research can both challenge and reproduce social injustices. In this conceptual paper, we critically reflect on the first author's thesis…
Descriptors: Emotional Development, Social Development, Social Justice, Social Emotional Learning
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Mazzye, Doreen L.; Duffy, Michelle A. – Critical Questions in Education, 2021
This parallel mixed methods study explored self-efficacy and competence for literacy instruction among student teachers (STs) in three models of teacher preparation, including a residency model. Qualitative interviews were conducted with STs, mentor teachers, and supervisors. Quantitative data were collected using a pre-/post-survey design using…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Literacy Education, Self Efficacy, Preservice Teacher Education
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Schwan, Anna; Wold, Cheryl; Moon, Andrea; Neville, Alan; Outka, Janeen – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
This qualitative study examined the impact of mentor and new teacher pairings on the self-reported benefits of a statewide mentoring program for new teachers. Participants included 147 new teachers and 89 mentors in a Midwestern, rural state. Teacher demographics included all grade levels, different content areas, job alike and job not-alike…
Descriptors: Mentors, Beginning Teachers, Beginning Teacher Induction, Teacher Attitudes
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Greene, Carol; Zugelder, Bryan S.; Warren, Louis L.; L'Esperance, Mark – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
This mixed-methods study, as part of program quality enhancement, investigated motivating factors of teachers choosing enrollment in an online master's degree in education in a state where legislative funding does not provide advanced degree pay. Students were surveyed at the conclusion of their program using a quantitative evaluation of…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Satisfaction, Masters Degrees, Teacher Education Programs
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Qvarnstrom, Jeanne – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
Public school teachers in Southwest Texas were surveyed regarding important civil behaviors students should practice and prevalent uncivil behaviors they have observed in the classroom. There was consensus across all demographic groups that the most important civil behaviors were the ability to successfully manage conflicts with others and the…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, High School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, High School Students
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Smith, Robert W.; Smith, Kayce Anne – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
For many years, the main approach to educational improvement has consisted of high-stakes testing and accountability. While this approach has achieved some success, it has also created negative outcomes including a narrowing of the curriculum, and an over-testing of students. Against this backdrop, there are examples of teachers that have…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Educational Improvement, Educational Change, Accountability
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Roth, Steven; Bongoy, Batombo M. – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
This study of homeless students' existential experiences was focused on urban community colleges and postsecondary vocational schools and universities. Homeless students encounter unique existential challenges, yet homeless students have proven abilities to access resources essential for their academic pursuits. The study results showed homeless…
Descriptors: Homeless People, Student Experience, College Students, Vocational Schools
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Tran, Hoang Vu – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
Affirmative action in education is once again in the media and cultural spotlight. The Trump administration, along with a decidedly rightward shift on the Supreme Court, signal a bleak outlook for affirmative action policies in higher education. However, as educators, we can also use this historical moment to have robust and critical conversations…
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Social Justice, Social Systems, Ability
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Lopez, Josue – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
In advancing the struggle for social justice in education, we often advance an anti-racist praxis in our classrooms. However, students, teachers, and others trying to make sense of our praxis--oftentimes well-intentioned in their queries--will ask "why are we always talking about race?" and "why do we only present one perspective…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Urban Education, Multicultural Education, Social Justice
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Borunda, Rose; Joo, HyunGyung; Mahr, Michele; Moreno, Jessica; Murray, Amy; Park, Sangmin; Scarton, Carly – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
The rich mosaic of U.S. demographics contains multiple languages, cultures, and belief systems. Yet, the historical legacy of an old, white supremacist "master narrative" continues to dominate our political, social, and educational systems. The authors of this paper are educators who teach in either K-12 classrooms or at the university…
Descriptors: Whites, Racial Discrimination, Humanism, Social Justice
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Ertas, Nevbahar; McKnight, Andrew N. – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
Policy debates about charter schools are often dominated by polarizing emotional narratives. However scholarly attention on narratives in education policy, and especially narratives about charter schools in local contexts, has been limited. The recently developed Narrative Policy Framework (NPF) approach offers guidelines to systematically study…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Educational Policy, Public Policy, News Media
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Solano, Gina L. – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
This article describes a university service-learning program with preservice teachers who volunteered as tutors to teach in an adult GED program. The adult participants were involved in a local drug court program, which is a branch in the criminal justice system. Project Literacy Instruction to Further Education (Project LIFE) was developed by the…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Higher Education, High School Equivalency Programs, Preservice Teachers
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