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Crawford-Garrett, Katherine; Sánchez, Rebecca M.; Meyer, Richard J. – New Educator, 2018
This article recounts our efforts as three critical teacher educators to respond to the postelection aftermath at an Hispanic-serving institution by organizing a conference aimed at re(engaging) our students in the kinds of critical conversations we deem essential to the profession. By considering the ways in which neoliberal ideology has shaped…
Descriptors: Dissent, Criticism, Preservice Teachers, Political Attitudes
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Currin, Elizabeth; Schroeder, Stephanie – New Educator, 2018
As new teachers confront the realities of a Trump administration characterized by a troublingly tenuous grasp of history, we advocate for infusing historical thinking into all facets of elementary teacher education. Historical thinking can promote an inquiry stance, ably contribute to social justice initiatives, and enable teachers to appreciate…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Social Studies, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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Kleyn, Tatyana; Alulema, Daniela; Khalifa, Farah; Morales Romero, Areli – New Educator, 2018
Undocumented students and their families are in the crossfire as the Trump administration has taken an aggressive stance to criminalize, deport, and degrade them. Through the testimonios of three undocumented immigrant college students and graduates, this article sheds light on their memorable moments in high school and college to extract lessons…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Curriculum, Educational Environment, Student Needs
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Rubin, Daniel Ian – New Educator, 2018
Independent, critical thought has never been more important in the United States. In the Age of Trump, political officials spout falsehoods called "alternative facts" as if they were on equal footing with researchable, scientific data. At the same time, an unquestioning populace engages in acts of "willful ignorance" on a daily…
Descriptors: Criticism, Classroom Techniques, Democratic Values, Critical Thinking
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Dutro, Elizabeth; Cartun, Ashley; Melnychenko, Kim; Haberl, Ellie; Williams, Briana Pacheco – New Educator, 2018
As teacher educators located in K-12 and university contexts, we had experienced the often-highlighted disconnections between university teacher education and preservice apprenticeships in schools. Thus, calls for innovations in preparation programs aimed at deeper immersion in practice spoke to our desires to move literacy methods preparation…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Partnerships in Education, Teacher Educators, Educational Innovation
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Burke, Kevin J.; Harman, Ruth; Hadley, Heidi Lyn; Mizell, Jason D. – New Educator, 2018
As part of a youth summer program--a partnership between a large Southeastern university and the local school district--middle-school-aged youth, preservice teachers, and doctoral candidates interested in arts-based literacy practices spent their mornings in June 2016 engaging in activities that both explored and expanded thinking around their…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Summer Programs, College School Cooperation, Middle School Students
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Chandler-Olcott, Kelly; Dotger, Sharon; Waymouth, Heather; Crosby, Michael; Lahr, Molly; Hinchman, Kathleen; Newvine, Keith; Nieroda, Janine – New Educator, 2018
This article reports on a multiyear formative experiment of a summer enrichment program that served as literacy enrichment for middle-school students, a field experience for preservice teacher candidates, and a professional development and leadership opportunity for practicing teachers. The analysis focuses on how the design team conceptualized,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, College School Cooperation, Curriculum Development
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Johnson, Lindy L.; Barnes, Meghan E. – New Educator, 2018
This article looks across two teacher education programs to review the tensions and benefits of critical, project-based (CPB) clinical experiences. The first study examines a project embedded within a methods course focused on secondary English language arts (ELA) preservice teachers (PSTs) engaging with youth around a shared writing activity. In…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Methods Courses, Partnerships in Education
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Howard, Joy – New Educator, 2018
In this article, I explore this question: How can teachers, especially new teachers, create school spaces that present humanizing images and stories of people who were enslaved, particularly people of African descent in the United States? To explore this question, drawing from an ethnographic study of teachers at an elementary school in the U.S.…
Descriptors: Slavery, Personal Narratives, Memory, Elementary Education
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Jackson, Tambra O.; Bryson, Brandy S. – New Educator, 2018
Despite more than two decades of research supporting the use of culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP) to increase academic outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse students, teacher education programs continue to struggle with helping preservice teachers to develop this pedagogical stance. This article explores the process and outcomes of a…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators, Preservice Teachers
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Miller, Erin; Starker-Glass, Tehia – New Educator, 2018
Told from the perspective of two early career professors teaching courses in elementary education diversity, this study uses purposive sampling and qualitative methodologies to examine how white students with impervious dispositions that would likely not qualify them to work with diverse children at this point in their lives present us with…
Descriptors: Urban Education, White Students, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs
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Nash, Kindel – New Educator, 2018
Based on concerns about the permanence of racism in our society and its impact on opportunities for children's equitable education, this empirical study used narrative inquiry to explore four preservice teachers' developing dispositions as they studied and implemented culturally relevant/responsive pedagogy (CR/RP) in an early literacy education…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Culturally Relevant Education, Racial Attitudes
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Boutte, Gloria S. – New Educator, 2018
This article discusses the conceptualization of a foundational course on culturally relevant pedagogy for early childhood education majors at a predominantly white university in the U.S. Southeast. The course has been taught for 7 years to approximately 1,000 preservice teachers. A discussion of the complexities involved in teaching equity-focused…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Educators, Early Childhood Education
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Tanase, Madalina; Lastrapes, Wanda G. – New Educator, 2018
This qualitative study explored the experiences of general education secondary preservice teachers while immersed in self-contained special education classrooms. While secondary education teachers have expertise in content areas, little is known about their understanding of students with disabilities and their knowledge of specific strategies for…
Descriptors: General Education, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Preservice Teachers, Secondary Education
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Jacobs, Jennifer; Crowell, Lyn – New Educator, 2018
This qualitative study used focus groups to examine teacher leaders' perceptions of how they developed as a result of being in a teacher-leadership graduate program with a focus on social justice. Findings point to the teacher leaders' development of a social-justice lens and a leadership lens to frame their work inside and outside of the…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Social Justice, Graduate Study, Teacher Attitudes
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