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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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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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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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Krishnamurthy, Gopal – New Educator, 2019
This is a study of my dramatized narrative based on a true story of what took place in a mathematics class in an international school setting. My narrative includes the exploration of a mathematical "mistake" and the discovery of newly emergent problems. The drama, commentary, and reflections provide a close examination of the conduct…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, International Schools, Error Patterns, Teaching Methods
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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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Ryan, Michael; Taylor, Monica; Barone, Amanda; Della Pesca, Leslie; Durgana, Sona; Ostrowski, Kelly; Piccirillo, Tonianne; Pikaard, Kelly – New Educator, 2017
Too often, because of the static nature of schools and the dominant existence of high-stakes testing, professional learning for teachers is determined by administrators or policy and is facilitated by those who are not part of the school community using prepackaged programs. These initiatives run counter to authentic teacher inquiry where teachers…
Descriptors: Teacher Researchers, Teacher Leadership, Scholarship, Inquiry
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MacDonald, Michelina; Weller, Kristin – New Educator, 2017
Practitioner inquiry is an alternative form of professional learning that can result in significant changes in teacher practice and student learning. We share our evolution as teacher learners within our classrooms and teacher leaders within our school as we progressed through 10 years of continuous cycles of practitioner inquiry. Beginning as…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Teacher Role, Faculty Development, Educational Practices
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Bower-Phipps, Laura; Klecka, Cari Van Senus; Sature, Amanda L. – New Educator, 2016
Understanding how experienced teachers share and articulate effective mentoring practices can guide efforts to prepare quality mentors. This qualitative study focused on mentoring practices within a teacher-designed student-teaching program conceptualized while the mentor teachers within the program were students in a graduate-level mentoring…
Descriptors: Mentors, Teacher Role, Qualitative Research, Student Teaching
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Coffman, Ann Nutter – New Educator, 2015
New teachers are often left to their own devices to navigate the policy world without necessarily having the strategies and tools to advocate for themselves or more experienced teachers to help guide them. More senior teachers may report a feeling of helplessness as curriculum and policy changes occur around them without necessarily considering…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Teaching Experience, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Berry, Barnett – New Educator, 2015
The prospects for a high-quality public education system for all students hinge on expanded roles for teachers. In particular, districts and states must create hybrid positions for teacherpreneurs: classroom experts who teach students regularly but also have time, space, and reward to spread their ideas and practices to colleagues as well as…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Public Education, Teacher Role, Teacher Influence
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Felton, Mathew D.; Koestler, Courtney – New Educator, 2015
As social-justice mathematics teacher educators, we have always engaged and supported the prospective and practicing teachers in our classes in critical reflection about mathematics and the teaching and learning of mathematics (Felton, 2010, 2012; Felton & Koestler, 2012; Koestler, 2012). Although there are different notions, purposes, and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Reflection, Critical Thinking, Faculty Development
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Kelly-Jackson, Charlease – New Educator, 2015
Teacher-education programs continue to face the challenge of improving the preparation of teachers for diversity in particular racially diverse and low-income students. Certain factors such as dispositions, self-reflection, and prior experiences contribute to preservice teachers' attitudes and beliefs toward diversity and social justice issues.…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Education Programs, Student Diversity, Disadvantaged Environment
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Niemi, Hannele; Isopahkala-Bouret, Ulpukka – New Educator, 2015
The article introduces how the Finnish educational system has been moved systematically towards equal opportunities for all learners. It also describes how principles of equity and lifelong learning are tied together and what consequences this has had on teachers' professional role. Finally, the article reflects on what kind of studies and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Equal Education, Lifelong Learning, Teaching (Occupation)
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