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Mitchem, Melissa C.; Buffalo, Gail R.; Perez, Aura; Rollins, Elizabeth R. – New Educator, 2020
Neoliberalism permeates U.S. teacher education programs and governmental policy, consequently increasing market pressure in teacher education and stunting the development of justice-oriented teacher educators. In this self-study, we explored how four female early-career teacher educator researchers (FECTERs) navigate this context. Our arts-based…
Descriptors: Females, Teacher Educators, Neoliberalism, Researchers
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Freeman, Quinton; Flores, Rebecca; Garzón, Daniel; Gumina, Deena; Sambolín Morales, Astrid N.; Silva Diaz, Elizabeth; Stamatis, Kristina M. – New Educator, 2020
This paper describes how we, a group of 7 emerging teacher educators, took up a critical inquiry framework to collaboratively generate knowledge through dialogic reflection on practice across educational contexts. We participated in culture circles and teatro as a practice of teacher education that centers love and humanizing practice. Together…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators, Dialogs (Language), Intimacy
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Dover, Alison G.; Kressler, Benikia; Lozano, Maritza – New Educator, 2020
While research indicates that critical professional development (CPD) can function as an alternative to dominant forms of top-down, anti-dialogical professional learning in K-12 settings, there is limited research on CPD in higher education, or among teacher education faculty specifically. In this article, we examine how participation in a…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Social Justice, Teacher Educators, Elementary Secondary Education
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Beltramo, John Luciano; Stillman, Jamy; Ahmed, Kathryn Struthers – New Educator, 2020
Rehearsals and other approximations of practice are often touted as effective pedagogies for preparing teachers to reproduce/replicate practices deemed universally beneficial. However, scholars have noted that reproducing practices across contexts risks undermining equity and justice. This article reports on a three-year project that examined the…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Transformative Learning, Theater Arts, Social Justice
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Cochran-Smith, Marilyn; Grudnoff, Lexie; Orland-Barak, Lily; Smith, Kari – New Educator, 2020
The people who prepare teachers -- teacher educators -- are often explicitly or implicitly held accountable for teacher quality and are frequently blamed when school students do not meet national or international expectations. Despite high expectations, historically there has been little attention to the education of teacher educators or to local…
Descriptors: Teacher Educator Education, Comparative Education, Teacher Educators, Educational Policy
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Wexler, Lindsay Joseph – New Educator, 2020
This study shares the story of a mentor teacher and student teacher during a yearlong student teaching experience. It looks at how working with an educative mentor (prepared and supported to enact this role) can make a difference in the instructional practices and beliefs of a novice teacher, specifically by providing the student teacher with the…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Mentors, Student Teachers, Teaching Experience
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Kushner, Steven; Phillips, Nathan C. – New Educator, 2020
Despite the growing body of literature emphasizing the specialized literacy practices within the disciplines, the literature concerning how to prepare preservice teachers for disciplinary literacy instruction is less clear. In this article, we present a mentorship model for content area teacher preparation that Steve (first author) developed and…
Descriptors: Mentors, Content Area Writing, Content Area Reading, Literacy Education
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Burns, Rebecca West; Badiali, Bernard J. – New Educator, 2020
Hybrid teacher educators are school- and university-based teacher educators who work across the boundaries of schools and universities to facilitate the professional learning of teachers in the third space of school-university partnerships. This case study of 'Sofia" examined how a reassigned classroom teacher was transformed from her…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Professional Development Schools, College School Cooperation, Teacher Role
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I, Ji Yeong; Son, Ji-Won – New Educator, 2020
Despite their increasing population, many teacher preparation programs have yet to provide adequate preparation for teaching Emergent Bilinguals (EBs). To respond to this situation and to the high demand for effective teachers of EBs, we investigated how preservice teachers (PSTs) adapt mathematics lesson plans for EBs. Twenty-one secondary…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Mathematics Instruction
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Kye, Hannah – New Educator, 2020
While important theoretical work has helped define the goals of teacher professional development in multicultural science education (MSE), less is known about how beginning elementary teachers' strengths may inform this work. The purpose of this case study is to examine potential starting points for professional development based on elementary…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Science Instruction, Grounded Theory, Faculty Development
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Kinard, Timothy; Gainer, Jesse – New Educator, 2020
This article is a collective narration of our work in a prekindergarten and its curriculum, designed to employ student choice as a connection-making mechanism. We describe a series of "boundaries," social constructions, recognitions and physical barriers to illustrate the movement of the students within the curriculum, their negotiation…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Preschool Curriculum, Barriers, Preschool Children
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Nelson, Joseph Derrick – New Educator, 2020
In this essay, I offer relationship-building as central to teaching and learning in early-childhood contexts. With a distinct focus on historically marginalized students in United States education, particularly Black boys during childhood, I draw on personal experiences and my own position as teacher-researcher to center Black boys' humanity and…
Descriptors: African American Students, Males, Racial Bias, Gender Bias
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Farley, Lisa; Sonu, Debbie; Garlen, Julie C.; Chang-Kredl, Sandra – New Educator, 2020
This paper takes up the question of risk by examining childhood memories of nuisance-making and punishment shared by 26 participants enrolled in teacher education and/or childhood studies programs. Our analysis surfaces a tension that, on the one hand, idealizes the child as innocent instigator of playful antics and, on the other, produces a child…
Descriptors: Child Behavior, Punishment, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs
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Templeton, Tran Nguyen; Cheruvu, Ranita – New Educator, 2020
This article explores the challenges of rewriting prescriptive early childhood curriculum wherein settler colonialism and childhood innocence as a discourse reinforce one another. We attend to two primary ideas: 1) that the presence of settler colonialism pervades everyday practices in the early years, and 2) early childhood curriculum maintains…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Foreign Policy, Young Children, Violence
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Corson, Jordan; Dauphinais, Jennifer; Friedrich, Daniel – New Educator, 2020
This paper explores a historical analysis of the comic book character Robin to illuminate how different understandings of youth at different historical points intersect with notions of pedagogy to make certain forms of childhood intelligible to educators and researchers. We analyze different configurations of Robin's identity, taking up questions…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Cartoons, Educational History, Interpersonal Relationship
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