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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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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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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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Recchia, Susan L.; Puig, Victoria I. – New Educator, 2019
This reflective narrative explores the voices of two participants in the Early Childhood Professional Mentoring Group (ECPMG), created in response to our graduates' concerns about their lack of support as they entered the field of inclusive early childhood education. Building on their existing relationships with each other, and with us as their…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Elementary School Teachers, Preschool Teachers, Inclusion
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Thompson, Ashleigh B. – New Educator, 2019
This essay shares impressions from French and German higher education through a comparative US lens, with a special focus on internationalization and mobility. The author integrates the theoretical lens of Gert Biesta's Pedagogy of Interruption to posit that international experiences facilitate encounters with otherness that spark new ways of…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Higher Education, Comparative Education, International Education
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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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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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Wolkenhauer, Rachel; Hill, Ashley Pennypacker; Dana, Nancy Fichtman; Stukey, Marisa – New Educator, 2017
This reflective article examines the relationship between teachers' engagement in action research and their ability to lead within their schools. As part of "The New Educator's" special issue, "Developing an Inquiry Stance toward Instructional Improvement: Teacher-Leader Action Research," this article demonstrates the…
Descriptors: Action Research, Teacher Leadership, Instructional Improvement, Inquiry
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Cherner, Todd; Smith, Douglas – New Educator, 2017
As technology continues developing and being integrated into all facets of society, it has a direct impact on education. In response, TPACK (Mishra & Koehler, 2006) was developed as a framework to guide how teachers think about the relationship between their knowledge of pedagogy, content, and technology. However, since its first articulation,…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teaching Methods, Correlation
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Miller, Matthew; Carroll, David; Jancic, Mitchell; Markworth, Kimberly – New Educator, 2015
In this article, we discuss how an interdisciplinary faculty team at a midsized public university created supports for the Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA), a high-stakes performance assessment for preservice candidates being adopted by many states. We provide a general description of our work in contending with the challenge of developing a…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Student Teacher Evaluation, Student Teacher Attitudes, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Norman, Patricia J.; Sherwood, Sara A. S. – New Educator, 2015
The same high stakes accountability measures that have shaped the K-12 educational context over the past decade have become part of the university teacher preparation landscape. National accrediting organizations have created more rigorous, outcomes-based accountability measures for teacher preparation programs. Educational stakeholders offer…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Curriculum, Models, Program Improvement, Accountability
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Samuels-Peretz, Debbie; Powers, Jenne – New Educator, 2014
Universal Instructional Design (UID), an approach to curriculum and pedagogy that promotes multiple means of access and expression in the classroom, allows instructors to better prepare diverse learners with twenty-first-century skill sets through nontraditional assignments. However, these nontraditional approaches can be difficult to assess.…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Access to Education, College Instruction, Student Evaluation
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Kuh, Lisa; Nelson, Christy – New Educator, 2014
How can teachers engage in new ways of teaching that demonstrate student achievement beyond required standardized testing? This article by teachers for teachers shares one team's experience engaging in documentation with children via ongoing projects. Teachers shifted how they viewed assessment, used assessment tools and negotiated the…
Descriptors: Documentation, Educational Assessment, Inquiry, Alternative Assessment
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Seidel, Steve – New Educator, 2014
Written for the general public, this article unpacks the "dialogue gap" in education and raises concerns about what can happen when groups dependent on one another are not talking. Part of the problem involves a matter of scale; policymakers rarely talk about children as individuals as opposed to as aggregates. The larger policy context…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Public Officials, Standardized Tests, Educational Assessment
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