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Black, Ernest; Rice, Ed – Educational Renaissance, 2020
Black male teachers are less than two percent of all current teachers in the United States. However, there has been an effort to recruit and retain Black men into the teaching profession for a number of reasons. All students benefit when they have a Black male teacher. Black boys, in particular, have markedly higher test scores and improved…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Males, Teacher Education Programs, Academic Persistence
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Billen, Monica – Educational Renaissance, 2020
Although research on teacher reflection is vast, research on preservice teachers? (PSTs) use of social media and multimodal reflections is minimal. This study provides greater understanding into how PSTs used Instagram as a platform for engaging in reflection. Throughout an academic year, a group of fourteen PSTs used Instagram several times each…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Reflection, Social Media, Photography
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Atkins, Charlene; Danley, Angela – Educational Renaissance, 2020
This article provides the personal account of two professors who reflect on the challenges of teacher education preparation due to COVID-19. They discuss the swift transition from face to face instruction to virtual learning and teaching including inequities faculty and teacher candidates faced during remote learning, obstacles surrounding state…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Bock, Marjorie; Caballero, Mari; O'Neal-Hixson, Kelly – Educational Renaissance, 2020
This article describes a hybrid eMentoring model used to support fellows during an 11-month fellowship program, the Teachers College Special Education Fellowship Program (TCSEFP). The TCSEFP is a residency in teaching (RIT) induction program that leads to the completion of a high incidence special education endorsement and a master's degree in…
Descriptors: Special Education, Fellowships, Mentors, Technology Uses in Education
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Rich, Greg; Smith, Linda Gray; Alexander, Kristi – Educational Renaissance, 2020
This research essay examined a growing trend in a rural area of the Midwest where PK-12 school districts are partnering with a local university to hire teacher candidates (TCs) as the Teachers of Record (TORs). Many rural school districts are challenged to address the teacher shortage. As a result, many school districts are hiring TCs as the TOR…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Rural Areas, College School Cooperation, Rural Schools
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Miller, Libbi; Nelson, Frederick Peinado; Yun, Cathy; Bennett, Lisa; Phillips, Emy Lopez – Educational Renaissance, 2019
In the following self-study, we share our investigation of the shifts in faculty pedagogical beliefs, instructional practices, and curricular decision-making while engaged in a cycle of reflection on tablet-focused teacher education course. We conducted this inquiry into our practice, using Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) and…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teacher Attitudes
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Graham, Tammy Jeaneen; Jefferson, Renee N. – Educational Renaissance, 2019
School-based mentoring programs are plentiful in number; however, studies measuring the impact of school-based mentoring for students with disabilities are limited. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of mentoring on the academic and social emotional skills of middle school students with documented disabilities, as well as the…
Descriptors: Mentors, Middle School Students, Program Effectiveness, Academic Ability
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Smith, Linda Gray; Wood, Sue; Rich, Greg; Singleton, Everett; Wall, Timothy Jason – Educational Renaissance, 2019
This study investigated the ability of a redesigned teacher preparation program to effectively meet the needs of teacher candidates and partner school districts. The study examined the effects of the redesigned school of education program on perceptions of teacher candidates, administrators, teachers in partner districts, and faculty members.…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Program Development, Program Effectiveness, Preservice Teachers
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Stobaugh, Rebecca; Everson, Kimberlee – Educational Renaissance, 2019
Recently there has been increasing emphasis on co-teaching experiences for teacher candidates. Despite the significance of collaboration between cooperating teachers and student teachers, limited empirical attention has focused on student teachers' co-teaching experiences. The following study utilized survey data to ascertain if student teachers'…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Team Teaching, Cooperating Teachers, Teaching Methods
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Farr, Wendy J.; Saltmarsh, Sarah – Educational Renaissance, 2018
Teacher preparation is complex in nature. Students in K-12 education comprise of an increasingly culturally and linguistically diverse population. Standards have significantly evolved with state and Common Core State Standards that now place a greater emphasis on academic discourse both in written and oral forms. To better prepare the next…
Descriptors: Models, Coaching (Performance), Student Diversity, Teacher Education Programs
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Nerren, Jannah; Hasbun, Tracey Covington – Educational Renaissance, 2018
This study investigated the effects of using teacher candidate-created observation protocols based on current research on classroom practices to connect research to practice. The study examined the extent to which mentor teachers modeled current research-based practices as measured by the protocols and explored the frequency with which the…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Classroom Techniques, Teacher Education Programs, Classroom Observation Techniques
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Gronseth, Susie – Educational Renaissance, 2018
Course accessibility is a priority in higher education, particularly in the design and delivery of digital learning experiences. Proactively addressing accessibility as part of online and blended course design meets the needs of all learners, including those in the margins. Inclusive design for online and blended courses connects the Web Content…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Online Courses, Blended Learning, Access to Education
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Greinke, Russell – Educational Renaissance, 2017
Historically, teacher retention has been a more significant issue than teacher recruitment. This study looks at how teachers become "comfortable in their own skin." To be successful in their chosen careers, teachers undergo a process of Teacher Identity Formation that blends one's educational philosophy, teaching style, and personality.…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Teacher Role, Professional Identity
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Nerren, Jannah; Sinclair, Christina; Barker, Nan; Reid, Mark; Anderson, Gina – Educational Renaissance, 2017
This paper presents a collection of case stories from five Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs) within colleges of education, four from institutions in Texas and one from California, to present a micro cross-sectional narrative interpretation of what constitutes excellence in educator preparation. The broad framework utilized in this…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Schools of Education, Program Improvement, Teacher Education
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Yun, Cathy; Bennett, Lisa – Educational Renaissance, 2017
This case story describes the collaborative development and use of a teaching observation rubric to support and scaffold evidence-based changes in the focal educator preparation program (EPP). The case highlights the power of EPP-district collaborations for improving the teaching and coaching practices for both stakeholders while strengthening…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Design, Cooperation, Observation
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