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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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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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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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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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de Jong, Ester; Naranjo, Cindy – New Educator, 2019
To address the needs of English Language Leaners (ELLs) in grade-level content-area classrooms, teacher education programs are moving toward "infused" models of instruction where preservice general education courses include ELL-specific content. Little is known about how this curricular change is accomplished. To address this gap, this…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English Language Learners
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Hamilton, Miriam – New Educator, 2019
This paper focuses on a teacher educator's professional learning gained while facilitating teacher research with teachers in Ireland. The teachers were engaged in a teaching portfolio development process, while the teacher educator conducted a concurrent self-study. Qualitative data was gathered and analysed from the teacher interviews, the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators, Teacher Researchers, Educational Research
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Kourieos, Stella; Diakou, Maria – New Educator, 2019
This study examined the effectiveness of pre-service education in Cyprus, in preparing primary teachers to teach English in primary state schools. A survey and follow up interviews were employed to investigate the following: a) Novice teachers' perceptions of their preparedness to teach English after completing a 4-year Teacher Education program,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, English Teachers, English (Second Language)
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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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Bigsby, James B.; Firestone, William A. – New Educator, 2017
Because it is not clear that teachers will volunteer for good professional development if it is made available, this study used surveys--including social network analysis--and interviews to examine why teachers did and did not participate in one school's high-quality study group. While all teachers were motivated by intrinsic incentives, two…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Teacher Motivation, Teacher Participation, Barriers
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Broemmel, Amy D.; Swaggerty, Elizabeth A. – New Educator, 2017
This article describes the challenges associated with outcomes-based education reform as experienced by two novice elementary teachers. Interviews with the teachers provide insights into the tensions between their teaching beliefs and the practices employed in their local contexts. Specifically, pressures to both focus on standardized measures of…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Reflective Teaching, Educational Change
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Bieler, Deborah; Holmes, Stephen; Wolfe, Edward W. – New Educator, 2017
This study examined the teaching assignments of English teachers in 13 Mid-Atlantic high schools across five states. Data on the experience levels of 175 English teachers teaching 246 classes and surveys from 85 teacher participants were collected. Findings reveal that major agency-thwarting challenges face new English teachers: They typically are…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, High School Students, Teacher Persistence, Teaching Conditions
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Glazier, Jocelyn A.; Boyd, Ashley; Bell Hughes, Kristen; Able, Harriet; Mallous, Ritsa – New Educator, 2017
Collaboration is a well-used term in the field of education, identified as promising practice for student learning and teaching learning alike. However, collaboration comes in different shapes and sizes, leading to radically different ends. The authors examine teachers' own understandings and practices of collaboration with teacher colleagues…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Practices, Faculty Development
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Gardiner, Wendy – New Educator, 2017
This study seeks to contribute to the research on mentored induction by investigating the practices mentors employ in their work with new teachers in two high-need, high-poverty urban elementary schools. Informed by Schwille's (2008) temporal framework of "educative" mentoring practices occurring "inside" and…
Descriptors: Mentors, Teacher Attitudes, Professional Development, Teaching Methods
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Contopidis, Ellen; DaBoll-Lavoie, Kathleen; Dunn, Kerry; Darling, Deana; Wieczorek, Kim – New Educator, 2017
A critical issue in educator preparation is how to ascertain if program graduates are sufficiently prepared to be effective through the acquisition of meaningful evidence of graduates' impact on their students. Challenges to proving specific impact of educator-preparation programs on student learning include identifying and following program…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Program Evaluation, Graduate Surveys, College Outcomes Assessment
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