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Carter, Tim – SRATE Journal, 2018
Generation Z, also known as the Homeland Generation, is the most recent generational cohort to enter the university setting. As with other generational cohorts, various shaping factors have impacted this group contributing to its unique and defining characteristics. When carefully considered, these characteristics may provide insight into how to…
Descriptors: Generational Differences, Teaching (Occupation), Cohort Analysis, Student Characteristics
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Embry-Jenlink, Karen – SRATE Journal, 2018
In the keynote address of the 42nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Regional Educators Association (SRATE), ATE President Karen Embry-Jenlink examines the critical role of teacher educators in preparing the next generation of citizens and leaders to sustain democracy. Drawing from historic and current events and personal experience,…
Descriptors: Democracy, Democratic Values, Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Objectives
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Lintner, Timothy – SRATE Journal, 2018
Social studies is by virtue opaque, unwieldly, and rarely neutral. It challenges convention and conventional thought and action. Embedding controversy into social studies instruction allows students to think deeply, critically, and passionately. Yet controversy is fraught with philosophical and pedagogical hurdles that often limit its use. Thus,…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Classroom Techniques, Teaching Methods
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Witzel, Bradley; Mize, Minnie – SRATE Journal, 2018
Understanding dyslexia and dyscalculia is not only important to helping students achieve, it has also been recently legislated in one southeastern state. The purpose of the North Carolina House Bill 149 is to ensure that students identified with learning disabilities, including dyslexia and dyscalculia, receive the appropriate assessment and…
Descriptors: Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Special Needs Students, Student Characteristics
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Samuels, Amy J. – SRATE Journal, 2018
This article examines perspectives of in-service teachers related to culturally responsive pedagogy and possible strategies for employing the framework in the K-12 setting. Benefits and barriers to facilitating a culturally responsive framework are explored, as well as approaches and pedagogical tools for fostering equitable and inclusive…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teacher Attitudes, Inclusion, Inservice Teacher Education
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Thomas-Richmond, Jamia M.; O'Quinn, M. Caroline – SRATE Journal, 2018
For several years, the authors were involved as volunteer literacy tutors in a low-income housing development with predominantly African American residents. In this volunteer role, the authors were troubled by the ways in which the youth and their families were misunderstood and not well served by the schools. The purpose of this study is to…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Childhood Attitudes, Caring, Low Income Students
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Payne, Phillip D.; Sherbert, Vicki; Goodson, Todd; Goodson, Lori A. – SRATE Journal, 2018
Rural schools are in a precarious time currently facing funding issues, decreasing resources, dwindling populations, and difficulties hiring candidates for existing vacancies. As a result, a Midwestern university's College of Education sought to help alleviate some of those issues by exposing its pre-service teachers to the benefits of teaching in…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Experiential Learning, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Davis, Kathryn; Armstrong, Abbigail – SRATE Journal, 2018
The edTPA Teacher Performance Assessment was implemented at a regional public university to replace the previous paper-and-pencil assessment of teacher candidates' teaching effectiveness. To determine the teacher educators' impressions of using the edTPA as an assessment of readiness to teach, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 17…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Educators
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Kelly, Katie; Merry, Joseph; Gonzalez, Madeline – SRATE Journal, 2018
This article describes three key principles learned while visiting schools in Finland in May 2017. Specifically, the article explores how trust, collaboration, and well-being contribute to the foundation of student-centered school cultures. The use of trust-based responsibility over test-based accountability allows for greater teacher autonomy and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Trust (Psychology), Cooperation, Well Being
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Heckaman, Kelly A.; Ernest, James M.; Scheffler, Anthony J. – SRATE Journal, 2018
The purpose of this study was to demonstrate special education teacher candidates' ability to impact their students' learning. Candidates selected and implemented evidence-based interventions while in their clinical practice placements. A university supervisor provided online support as candidates designed and implemented the instructional project…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Influence, Evidence Based Practice
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Childs, Kristopher J.; Glenn-White, Vernita – SRATE Journal, 2018
Through post-observation and general discussions our preservice teachers thought they were asking good questions by asking "why?". While these questions are important, "why?" questions are not always effective, especially when a student responds with "I don't know". Such questioning techniques must be explicitly…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Questioning Techniques, Inquiry, Teaching Methods
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Campoy, Renee; Xu, Yuejin – SRATE Journal, 2018
The purpose of this study was to examine if the use of teaching videos would heighten teacher candidates' ability to "notice" Danielson's instructional techniques as they implemented their own classroom instruction in a clinical setting. The investigation measured teacher candidates' performance over the course of two practicum…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Video Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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Bowser, Audrey; Davis, Kimberley; Singleton, Jacques; Small, Topeka – SRATE Journal, 2017
This article examined a unique collaborative initiative between a team of graduate level faculty to improve the quality of course development and delivery using a collaborative review process. The collaborative review of teaching has become a widely accepted means for assuring quality distance learning coursework and for the purpose of evaluating…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Graduate Study, Delivery Systems, Distance Education
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Kent, Andrea M.; Giles, Rebecca M. – SRATE Journal, 2017
Since efficacy of experienced teachers is difficult to change (Hoy, 2000), preservice teachers' technology self-efficacy is a creditable indicator of graduates' likelihood to use instructional technology throughout their careers. A study was conducted with elementary preservice teachers (n = 62) who completed a 5-item, Likert-type survey measuring…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Preservice Teachers, Technological Literacy, Likert Scales
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Reyes, Maria E.; Hutchinson, Cynthia J.; Little, Mary – SRATE Journal, 2017
Florida Senate Bill 1108, requires educators applying for re-certification to earn one college credit or the equivalent in-service points in teaching students with disabilities (SWD). To assist educators in fulfilling this requirement, a college of education designed an online course and an educator's summer institute (ESI). This article examines…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Teaching Skills, Inservice Teacher Education, College Credits
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