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Jemimah Young; Abiola Farinde-Wu; Lovemore Sibanda – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
Extant research suggests that students at predominantly white institutions (PWIs) rate faculty of color (FOC) more negatively than White faculty. Despite these trends, efforts to promote the equitable interpretation of end-of-course evaluations remain elusive. In this self-study, we examined portfolio construction's practical and empirical utility…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Racism, Critical Race Theory
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Tim Green; Loretta Donovan; Nahai Gu; Songge Ma; Ding-Jo Currry – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
This self-study focuses on two teacher educators' (from the United States) exploration and examination - with the help of two critical friends (faculty from China) - of the benefits and challenges associated with cross-cultural collaboration. The teacher educators designed and implemented a virtual collaborative cross-cultural, fifteen-week…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators, Facilitators (Individuals), Cooperative Planning
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Nina Aakernes; Torill Hammeren Møllerhagen; Hanne Berg Olstad; Rosaline Schaug – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
This article explores how collaborative self-study, initiated by experienced challenges and insecurity in new roles, contributes to the professional development of teacher educators. We document how four vocational teacher educators created a free space for self-development in a self-study process of dialogue and collective reflective inquiry.…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Vocational Schools, High School Teachers, Independent Study
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Eunjoo Kim; Sharon Marie Pratt – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
This study implemented a self-study design to examine the researchers' own experiences of transferring in-person co-teaching in teacher education courses into a virtual setting during COVID-19. Multiple qualitative data including planning and reflection discussions for each co-teaching session, students' exit notes, and focus group interviews were…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Team Teaching, Preservice Teacher Education, Electronic Learning
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Hyunjin Jinna Kim – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
The internationalization of teacher education has impacted the curriculum and contexts of teacher preparation in the United States (U.S.). While an increasing number of studies explore the effectiveness of international practicums where teacher candidates from U.S.-based teacher education programs immerse into different cultural and linguistic…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Eisuke Saito; Michelle Ludecke – Studying Teacher Education, 2024
Faculty who do not speak the language of instruction in their universities as their first language face additional challenges in teaching. This study aimed to investigate a non-native speaker faculty member, Eisuke Saito, who had attempted to manage and overcome language challenges in teaching. Through an autobiographical self-study of teacher…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, College Faculty, Language of Instruction, Native Language
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Saito, Masahiro; Osaka, Yu; Watanabe, Takumi – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
Cultivating preservice teachers' "shutaisei" has been the focus of Japanese university-based teacher education since the late 1990s. This article contains the self-study of three teacher educators at different Japanese universities. All three of us believe that helping students cultivate their "shutaisei" should be an important…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Educators, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Klatt, Molly; Beddoes, Zack; Starck, Jenna – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
Teachers in contemporary schools carry a host of work-related responsibilities. As such, the act of teaching (delivering content) is only one aspect of being a teacher. Interactions with colleagues, administrators, and students combine to form a complex socialization process as teachers, especially novice teachers in their induction years, learn…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, School Culture, Communities of Practice, Beginning Teacher Induction
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Mkhize-Mthembu, Ntokozo – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
In this article, I reflect on my use of collage-making as an arts-based method in self-study doctoral research. My self-study was guided by sociocultural learning theories that assume education is an individual activity and a social phenomenon. I ask, "How did collage-making allow me to refine my teaching and learning?" I utilized…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Products, Art Education, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Cardinal, Trudy; Murphy, M. Shaun; Huber, Janice; Pinnegar, Stefinee – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
Inquiring into Trudy, Shaun, and Janice's experiences alongside Anishinabe Elder Dr. Mary Isabelle Young's living "pimatisiwin" (walking in a good way) and "pimosayta" (learning to walk together) with us, we show how her living in these relationally ethical ways grounded our creating and offering an "Assessment as…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Canada Natives, Teacher Education Programs
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Degener, Rebekah M.; Colum, Karen R. – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
This article describes the journey of two teacher educators to reconstruct our knowledge about grading and shift justice from ornamental to fundamental in our teacher preparation methods courses. This work attempts to answer the call from scholars, who have been advocating for educators to be more prepared to meet the needs of a diverse student…
Descriptors: Justice, Teacher Educators, Accountability, Grading
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Acosta, Sandra; Liu, Jiling; Goodson, Patricia; Goltz, Heather; Chen, Tian – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
This self-study of teacher education practices (S-STEP) is a collaborative analytical autoethnography (CAAE) of four colleagues, represented in the text as the Poet and alter ego 'Other', alongside three critical friends. We drew on an arts-based approach, merging three genres: poetry, theatre, and narrative (story-telling). With this teacher…
Descriptors: Poetry, Drama, Story Telling, Professional Identity
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Fornauf, Beth S.; Reagan, Emilie Mitescu; Mccurdy, Kathryn; Mascio, Bryan; Collins, Marie – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
Over the past two decades, interest and support for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has prompted many teacher education programs in the United States to incorporate it into preservice curricula. Developed by CAST, an educational nonprofit, the UDL framework aims to support the design of inclusive educational environments by minimizing barriers…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Rural Education, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs
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Rabin, Colette – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
This self-study describes my year-long investigation to create caring community in my fourth-grade classroom. An introspective and dialogic pedagogy of intention-setting revealed students' experiences of taken-for-granted uncaring. This window into students' experiences afforded me opportunities to model care. Intentionality, dialogue, and…
Descriptors: Grade 4, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Students, Caring
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Myers, Joy; DeFauw, Danielle; Sanders, Jenn; Donovan, Sarah – Studying Teacher Education, 2023
As writing teacher educators in the United States, we used collaborative self-study methodology to investigate our career continuums, examining this research question: What are the critical events along writing teacher educators' journeys that support the development of scholarly expertise and enactment of writing teacher educator identities? As…
Descriptors: Writing Teachers, Teacher Educators, Career Pathways, Expertise
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