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Zuccaro, Emily; Shanahan, Eileen – SRATE Journal, 2023
This study highlights a cross-course collaboration around children's literature and grammar in one teacher preparation program. Pre-service teachers created digital picture books and video feedback for their peers in which they ultimately adopted shifting stances in thinking like readers and writers throughout their process. By situating reading…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teachers, Electronic Books, Video Technology
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Grays, Ashley; Moise, Danica; Moore, Erika; Young, Fanica; Wilder, Tahnee – SRATE Journal, 2023
Efforts such as the "Brown v. Board of Education" (1954) have focused on providing an equitable education for Black students. However, educational inequality for marginalized and underrepresented students continues to persist. Education experiences for black students are impacted significantly by implicit bias. The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Racism, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, African American Students
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Zakrzewski, Jennifer; Newton, BriAnn – SRATE Journal, 2023
Instructional technology continues to be prevalent in research relating to classrooms. Much research states that there is a strong relationship between teacher comfort-level with technology and use of technology in the classroom. This study focuses on increasing comfort with instructional technology at the teacher education level in a stand-alone…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Technology, Technological Literacy, Technology Uses in Education
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Kelly, Ryan R. – SRATE Journal, 2023
Teaching literacy leadership in either a traditional or online era requires that candidates make strategic decisions, build bridges among colleagues, and select from a palate of available literacy coaching models that fits their school context and identified goals. This article explores a theoretical framework guiding literacy leadership,…
Descriptors: Leadership, Literacy, Program Effectiveness, Electronic Learning
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Byrd, Kelly O.; Giles, Rebecca McMahon – SRATE Journal, 2023
The perception of self-efficacy introduced by Albert Bandura's social cognitive theory is defined as a person's view of their capacity to organize and carry out the activities necessary for success in a specific situation. The most effective mathematics teachers believe that they are a capable and important influence on their students'…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Self Efficacy, Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Teachers
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Asim, Sumreen; Hoffman, Lisa; Ramachandran, Sridhar; Zollman, Alan; Book, Kelly; Stewart, Brooke; Wrock, Tasman – SRATE Journal, 2023
The pandemic changed how we viewed professional development. Our teachers reported needing support in the affective domain in addition to traditional professional development. To address this, we piloted Professional Development in Pajamas ("PD in PJs") that focused on sharing peer-to-peer technological pedagogical knowledge and added…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Teacher Collaboration, Pandemics, COVID-19
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Davis, Jennifer; Ploessl, Donna; Raulston, Cassie – SRATE Journal, 2023
We describe the creation of an authentic learning experience for pre-service teacher candidates in an elementary classroom management course. This learning experience required pre-service teacher candidates to create a research-based classroom management plan throughout the semester. Next, the pre-service teacher candidates presented their plans…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Elementary Education, Classroom Techniques
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Crenshaw-Williams, Notashia P. – SRATE Journal, 2023
When children are removed from their homes and placed in foster care, their lives are forever changed. Children are not only being separated from their families but from their schools. Many children are already struggling academically without adding the factor of being placed in foster care, due to no fault of your own. If children in foster care…
Descriptors: Trauma Informed Approach, Foster Care, Faculty Development, Teacher Role
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Terantino, Joe; Weinland, Kathryn – SRATE Journal, 2023
This research examines the impact of social studies teachers' personal practical knowledge on their roles as gatekeepers to controversial topics in the classroom. The findings indicate that the context of the school and community directly impact the teachers' decision-making process. Furthermore, the teachers perceived the content area standards…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Teacher Role, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Decision Making
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Jennifer Zakrzewski – SRATE Journal, 2023
COVID-19 developed challenges worldwide. As educators did their best to develop online courses overnight, high school students faced many restrictions during the pandemic. High school students lost life experiences, educational experiences, and social experiences. As they enter college, these students struggle with trauma and inexperience.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, College Freshmen, Trauma
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Gina Gresham – SRATE Journal, 2023
Early childhood, elementary, exceptional education preservice teachers' levels of mathematics anxiety mathematics were investigated before and after a methods course. Data from informal discussions and questionnaire-guided narrative interviews revealed constructivist approaches within the methods course were instrumental in reducing preservice…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Anxiety, Methods Courses, Constructivism (Learning)
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Kristine M. Calo – SRATE Journal, 2023
This article explores Lesson Study, a professional development tool for teacher candidates. Teacher candidates engaged in a lesson study cycle focused on dialogic reading, an evidence-based literacy practice for young children. Teacher candidates explored the power of dialogic reading on comprehension and language development, collaboratively…
Descriptors: Dialogs (Language), Reading Instruction, Lesson Plans, Faculty Development
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Joseph Johnson; Eva Kane – SRATE Journal, 2023
Teacher candidates are called on to create effective lesson plans to implement during their student teaching semester, and certain components of lesson plans are recognized as particularly significant. Viewing lesson plans as the foundation for impactful instruction, it is necessary for teacher candidates to have skills in evaluating their plans…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Lesson Plans, Teaching Methods, Preservice Teachers
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Sara C. Lawrence – SRATE Journal, 2023
Current research supports the need for data-driven systems that occur naturally through a culture of continuous growth. Told through an ethnographic case study design and the lens of shared leadership, is the story of one educator preparation program's journey to improve curricula, clinical practice, and performance management through improvement…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Organizational Theories, Theory Practice Relationship, Research and Development
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Rebecca West Burns; Rachelle Curcio; Diane Yendol-Hoppey; Megan E. Lynch; Megan McMillan; Jamey Burns; Lunetta Williams; Jeania Jones; Shaundricka Medlock; Suzanne Ehrlich; Laura Boilini; Jade Yuen; Paul Parkison; Jennifer Shepard; Robin Bossinger; Tiffany Bazemore; Tabbatha Johns; David Hoppey – SRATE Journal, 2023
Robust school-university partnerships can create continuous systems of educator learning that focus on systemic change and the simultaneous renewal of both educators and the organizations within which they work to improve outcomes, opportunities, and access for P-12 students and their teachers. This article is a case of the Project PREP…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Partnerships in Education, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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