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Santibañez, Lucrecia; Snyder, Christine; Centeno, Danielle – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
English Learner-classified (ELC) students are one of the nation's most marginalized student populations. One promising but understudied strategy to strengthen teaching of ELC students is teacher induction. This article examines the role of teacher induction in strengthening novice teachers' EL-specific teaching knowledge and skills. Through a…
Descriptors: School Policy, English Language Learners, Classification, Beginning Teacher Induction
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Dignath, Charlotte; Fink, Jonathan; Kunter, Mareike – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Research has suggested that teachers' beliefs toward culturally diverse classrooms are affected during teacher education. Text reading, as one of the major learning activities in initial teacher education, is supposed to affect teachers' educational concepts and beliefs. We conducted two experiments to test the impact of reading a positively or…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Reading Materials, Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes
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Main, Susan; Slater, Eileen – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Professional learning provides the opportunity to improve teacher practice and student outcomes; however, challenges exist in ensuring that teachers can access quality professional learning. Teachers in regional and remote schools may have even more limited access to the expertise required to support changes in practice than their peers in…
Descriptors: Professional Continuing Education, Faculty Development, Regional Schools, Online Courses
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Heineke, Amy J.; Vera, Elizabeth M. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
In recent years, institutions have responded to changing school populations by preparing teachers for the growing number of emergent bilingual learners (EBLs). But this preparation largely focuses on supporting students' academic learning and language development, despite enhanced attention to social-emotional well-being in wider educational…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Social Emotional Learning, Well Being, Bilingual Students
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VanDerHeide, Jennifer; Marciano, Joanne E. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
This article examines the teaching practices and pedagogical theories preservice teachers (PSTs) enacted in a newly designed after-school literacy club field placement. We draw from sociocultural and activity theories to analyze data collected in the qualitative study that examined the following research questions: (1) What teaching practices do…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, After School Programs, Clubs, Teaching Methods
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Schroeder, Stephanie; Curcio, Rachelle – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Teachers commonly use sites such as Pinterest, TeachersPayTeachers.com, and Instagram to support their lesson planning. Developing a critical lens toward the use of these sites in teacher education is imperative, yet little research has been published outlining how this might be done. This study investigates how 44 teacher candidates (TCs) across…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Preservice Teachers, Social Media, Educational Technology
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Chang-Bacon, Chris K. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
The racial and linguistic diversity of U.S. classrooms has drawn attention to the intersecting dynamics of race, racism, and language learning in teacher education. While most studies in this vein focus on teachers, almost no research has focused on teacher educators themselves. Therefore, this study draws on interviews with teacher educators to…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Bias, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Bilingual Students
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Bell, Nicholas; Soslau, Elizabeth; Wilson, Chanelle – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
A quasi-experimental mixed-methods study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of an equity intervention on teacher candidates' abilities to articulate equity-based beliefs, and demonstrate and apply equity-based skills and knowledge. Three pre/post instruments were utilized. Treatment participants (N = 35) were exposed to curricular…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Equal Education, Preservice Teachers, Knowledge Level
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Khoo, Yishin – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
This study explores how a Canada-China Sister School Network provides school-based professional learning opportunities for in-service teachers to grow their knowledge and capacity to educate for global competence and citizenship (GCC). In particular, it presents the story of a Canadian teacher and a Chinese teacher who had found ways of educating…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Competence, Reciprocal Teaching, Partnerships in Education
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van Kessel, Cathryn; Jacobs, Nicholas; Catena, Francesca; Edmondson, Kimberly – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
This study used two training sessions and two focus groups with 17 preservice teachers (aged 20-36) completing their first teaching practicum placement during their Bachelor of Education program at an urban research university in western Canada. The aim was to implement ideas from terror management theory (TMT) during their teaching practicum.…
Descriptors: World Views, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Practicums
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Pham, Josephine H. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Despite widespread acknowledgment of teachers of Color as critical agents of change, white supremacist, colonial, and cis-heteropatriarchal ontologies of "teacher leadership" marginalize the counterhegemonic leadership they embody. Guided by critical leadership and feminist of Color scholarship, I develop and employ an embodied…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Social Justice, Minority Group Teachers, Discourse Analysis
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Kirksey, J. Jacob – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
For teachers of immigrant-origin students and their peers, emerging research notes the challenge of facilitating a high-quality education for students subject to traumatic events related to harsh immigration enforcement policies. This study examines whether new teachers from seven teacher preparation programs experienced the impacts of immigration…
Descriptors: Readiness, Teaching Experience, Beginning Teachers, Immigration
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Kohli, Rita; Dover, Alison G.; Jayakumar, Uma Mazyck; Lee, Darlene; Henning, Nick; Comeaux, Eddie; Nevárez, Arturo; Hipolito, Emma; Carreno Cortez, Andrea; Vizcarra, Margarita – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
For decades, research has shown the pervasive racism of teacher education and its harmful impact on teacher candidates of Color. In this conceptual article, we argue that teacher education programs must interrogate how racism is embedded structurally through policies and practices that guide the various facets of the institution. We build from…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Minority Group Students, Teacher Education Programs, Racial Bias
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Souto-Manning, Mariana – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Although teacher education researchers have long claimed their commitment to successfully preparing teachers to educate students of Color--a growing majority in U.S. schools--notably absent from their attempts are the voices of teachers of Color. This silence often results in pathological portrayals, positioning teachers of Color as the problem…
Descriptors: Minority Group Teachers, Teacher Educators, Public School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Carl, Nicole Mittenfelner; Jones-Layman, Amanda; Quinn, Rand – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
We contribute to the teacher activism literature an understanding of how activist organizations support professionalization processes. We examine how teachers' involvement in a local activist organization counteracts the de-professionalizing reforms of the standards and accountability movement and fosters the professionalization of teaching. Our…
Descriptors: Activism, Professionalism, Teacher Associations, Social Justice
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