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Anderson, Kenneth Alonzo – Journal of Teacher Education, 2020
In this study, differential prediction of student outcomes by race and teacher traits relative to the certification levels of novice teachers was assessed. Overall, algebra achievement was higher for students who were taught by teachers with standard certificates relative to students who were taught by novice teachers with nonstandard…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Teacher Characteristics, Predictor Variables, Teacher Certification
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Kavanagh, Sarah Schneider; Metz, Mike; Hauser, Mary; Fogo, Brad; Taylor, Megan Westwood; Carlson, Janet – Journal of Teacher Education, 2020
As practice-based teacher education (PBTE) has become more prevalent, debates about its contribution have emerged. Critics of PBTE question whether emphasizing practice will support a technocratic approach to teacher education rather than promoting instruction that is responsive to students' ideas. This qualitative case study was motivated by an…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Teacher Response, Beginning Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education
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Baron, Christine; Sklarwitz, Sherri; Bang, Hyeyoung; Shatara, Hanadi – Journal of Teacher Education, 2020
Using a broad-based assessment for understanding what teachers learn in historic site-based professional development (HSBPD), this study follows 29 teachers from a HSBPD at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello to see how their work at historic sites affected their practice upon return to their classrooms. Influenced by the Interconnected Model of Teacher…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Retention (Psychology), Place Based Education, Historic Sites
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Martell, Christopher C. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2020
While there has been an increased focus on inquiry-based learning in teacher preparation programs, little is known about the influences of these programs on teacher development over time. Using activity theory as its theoretical framework, the researcher employed a longitudinal interpretative case study design to examine the development of three…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Inquiry, History Instruction, Barriers
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Jackson, Iesha; Knight-Manuel, Michelle – Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
This study is based on an initiative for increasing college and career readiness for Black and Latino male high school students in New York City. From data that include 58 total hours of participant observations from 24 educators of color, written documentation from culturally relevant education--professional development (CRE-PD) activities, and…
Descriptors: College Readiness, Career Readiness, Hispanic American Students, African American Students
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Gist, Conra D.; Bianco, Margarita; Lynn, Marvin – Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
Grow Your Own (GYO) programs are cited in recent policy briefs as viable pathways for increasing the racial/ethnic diversity of teachers, yet recent scholarship on GYO programs is minimal. To address this issue, this article investigates what we know, and do not know, about GYO programs, by examining a range of data sources on different types of…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), Minority Group Teachers, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Educational Change
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Hanuscin, Deborah L.; Cheng, Ya-Wen; Rebello, Carina; Sinha, Somnath; Muslu, Nilay – Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
Increasingly, teacher leadership is being recognized as an essential ingredient in education reforms; however, few teachers consider themselves leaders. Becoming a leader is not just acquiring knowledge and skills for leadership, but developing a new "professional identity." As teachers become leaders, however, this identity might put…
Descriptors: Electronic Publishing, Web Sites, Grade 9, Science Teachers
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Janssen, Fred; Westbroek, Hanna; Doyle, Walter – Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
Amid calls for more practice-based teacher education, this article presents a concrete illustration of a practice-based bridging strategy for preparing high school biology teachers to enact open-inquiry labs. Open-inquiry labs were considered a core practice frame that served as a context for identifying core practices and for giving coherence to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Biology, Science Instruction, Teacher Education
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Mirra, Nicole; Morrell, Ernest – Journal of Teacher Education, 2011
Under the guise of increasing quality and accountability, many urban teacher education programs and professional development models characterize educators as mere transmitters of standardized content knowledge. The authors argue that such dehumanizing practices, which are rooted in the discourse of neoliberalism, prevent teachers from helping…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Teacher Education Programs, Faculty Development, Role of Education
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Monte-Sano, Chauncey – Journal of Teacher Education, 2011
Given students' preconceptions of history as fixed information, cultivating students' interpretive and evidence-based thinking is foundational to advancing their disciplinary understanding. This study examines the ways in which preservice history teachers construct tasks that demand students' interpretive and evidence-based thinking and attend to…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Student Teaching, Preservice Teachers, Methods Courses
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Douglas, Alaster Scott; Ellis, Viv – Journal of Teacher Education, 2011
Partnerships between schools and universities in England use course handbooks to guide student teacher learning during long field experiences. Using data from a yearlong ethnographic study of a postgraduate certificate of education programme in one English university, the function of course handbooks in mediating learning in two high school…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Student Teachers, Ethnography, Foreign Countries
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Jimenez, Robert T.; Rose, Brian C. – Journal of Teacher Education, 2010
A growing body of literature highlights the need for teachers to know their students better, especially students from linguistically diverse backgrounds. The authors argue that teachers need to build healthy relationships with students and find ways to provide them with more effective instruction. Accordingly, they present a synopsis of what…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Student Relationship, English, Instructional Effectiveness
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Valencia, Sheila W.; Martin, Susan D.; Place, Nancy A.; Grossman, Pam – Journal of Teacher Education, 2009
Student teaching is a cornerstone of teacher preparation, yet it remains one of the most difficult experiences to understand. Calls for an ecological approach to research on student teaching prompted this study in which the experience is examined from the perspective of the three key triad members. Using activity theory, this study explores how…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Student Teaching, Student Teachers, Methods Courses
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Zwart, Rosanne C.; Wubbels, Theo; Bergen, Theo; Bolhuis, Sanneke – Journal of Teacher Education, 2009
In the present study, the role of five categories of characteristics of a reciprocal peer coaching context was studied in relation to teacher learning. Both self-reports and student perceptions were used to measure teacher learning. Data were gathered on 28 secondary school teachers (14 coaching dyads). A mixed-method approach was adopted…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Diaries, Secondary School Teachers, Peer Teaching
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Smagorinsky, Peter; Jakubiak, Cori; Moore, Cynthia – Journal of Teacher Education, 2008
This case study investigates the decision making of Joni, a high school English teacher, during her student teaching in an Applied Communications II teaching assignment, comprised of students in the lowest tier of a four-track senior English curriculum. This course served as a "contact zone" for a set of competing interests: Joni's stated beliefs…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, English Curriculum, Teacher Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
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