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Cochran-Smith, Marilyn – New Educator, 2021
The relocation of teacher preparation to "new graduate schools of education" (nGSEs) is a highly controversial "innovation" within the rapidly expanding field of teacher education. This introductory article to a guest-edited issue of "The New Educator" focused on nGSEs defines teacher preparation at nGSEs and analyzes…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Schools of Education, Graduate Study, Educational Innovation
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Cochran-Smith, Marilyn; Stringer Keefe, Elizabeth; Smith, Reid Jewett – New Educator, 2021
This article takes a multi-case perspective on teacher preparation at new graduate schools of education (nGSEs) across four sites. The article argues that teacher preparation at nGSEs is a study in contrasts. On one hand, nGSE leaders frame teacher preparation at their institutions in terms of the marked contrasts they perceive between their…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Graduate Study, Schools of Education, Program Content
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Carney, Molly Cummings – New Educator, 2021
In recent decades, several novel approaches to teacher preparation have emerged to challenge the dominance of university-based programs. Included in those approaches are two well-publicized, but little-researched phenomena: new graduate schools of education (nGSEs) and fully online teacher preparation. Drawing on data generated from a…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Graduate Study, Schools of Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Keefe, Elizabeth Stringer; Miller, Andrew F. – New Educator, 2021
A controversial innovation within the field of teacher education is the relocation of teacher preparation to new graduate schools of education (nGSEs). nGSEs are state-authorized institutions of higher education that prepares teachers, endorse candidates for teacher licensure, and grant master's degrees, yet are not university-based. This paper…
Descriptors: Schools of Education, Graduate Study, Teacher Education Programs, Masters Degrees
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Olivo, Marisa; Smith, Reid Jewett – New Educator, 2021
This article examines how the MAT [Master of Arts in Teaching] program in Earth Science at the American Museum of Natural History was conceptualized and enacted within its institutional context. We argue that the program was completely consistent with the museum's public and democratic institutional logic, as reflected in funding, staffing,…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Earth Science, Museums, Science Teachers
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Sánchez, Juan Gabriel – New Educator, 2021
New graduate schools of education (nGSEs) are a small but growing phenomenon of graduate-level teacher preparation programs that are dislocated from college and university settings. This article investigates the oldest nGSE in the United States, which is located within the High Tech High charter school network. Drawing on an institutional logics…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Schools of Education, Graduate Study, Charter Schools
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Chapman, Lindsey A.; Morris, Chelsea T.; Cavendish, Wendy – New Educator, 2021
The shortage of special education teachers is a growing threat to the quality of education received by students with disabilities in the United States. The shortage is exacerbated by high rates of teacher turnover especially among beginning special educators (BSEs) assigned to teach in self-contained classrooms. To promote retention, greater focus…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Special Education Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Beginning Teacher Induction
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Tamir, Eran – New Educator, 2021
This paper intends to demonstrate how within the current contentious environment for teacher education in the U.S., two small teacher preparation programs conducted a voluntary coordinated long-term self-evaluation study, that partially responded to external accountability pressures by the Federal administration, state agencies and various private…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Accountability, Self Evaluation (Groups)
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Hover, Ashlee – New Educator, 2021
As part of the requirements for Residency I, a clinical-based course to prepare undergraduates for teaching, teacher candidates (art, music, physical education, agriculture, English, history, math, and science) participated in "ATLAS" video case analysis activities to examine the instructional strategies of accomplished teachers. Before…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Video Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique)
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Fitchett, Paul G.; Rogelberg, Sandra M.; Cash, Anne H.; Beach, Kristen D.; Sun, Ting; Petty, Teresa M. – New Educator, 2021
In this case study, we explored how one college of education went about revising curricula across several programs; thereby disentangling multiple perspectives in order to address the needs of various external drivers as well as meeting faculty-driven needs. Informed by a conceptual framework undergirded by sociocultural theory and…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Schools of Education, Teacher Educators
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Salas, Spencer; Lewis, Chance W.; Siefert, Bobbi – New Educator, 2021
An abundant and longstanding body of scholarship has underscored the White femininity of the U.S. K-12 teaching workforce and the need to diversify its ranks. Black males, in particular, potentially struggle with the notion of becoming teachers given their often highly negative lived experiences with schools and schooling including low…
Descriptors: African American Students, Graduate Students, Males, Preservice Teachers
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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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