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Kenyon, Elizabeth – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
As a social studies teacher educator in the United States, it is crucial that I work to better understand myself and my teaching in regard to anti-racism. As a community, we need to study ourselves both as individuals and as programs to better ourselves as teacher educators who care deeply about racial justice, both for our own students and for…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Racial Bias, Social Justice, Methods Courses
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Kitchen, Julian; Brown, Natalie – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
This collaborative self-study begins with the critical incident that led a collaborative relationship between a relatively privileged teacher educator and a racialized teacher candidate. The teacher candidate, serving as a critical friend, helped the teacher educator become aware of his blind spots and enhanced his critical awareness and practices…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Advantaged, Preservice Teachers, Racial Attitudes
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Sharma, Manu – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
This self-study addresses the embedded racism experienced by a racialized female professor who taught in the USA during Trump's presidency. The article presents two incidents that reflect the emboldened racist behaviors and actions of teacher education students during the Trump administration. The study is based on the author's experiences as a…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Women Faculty, Females, Presidents
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Baker, Courtney K.; Bitto, Laura E. – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
In this article, we explore our experienced tensions as we accepted responsibility for the privilege of our lived experiences towards becoming antiracist mathematics teacher educators. We employed a collaborative self-study to examine and uncover the ways in which existing systemic barriers were mirrored in our own practices. Weekly dialogue…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Mathematics Education, Racial Bias, Social Justice
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Moody Maestranzi, Amanda; Bolgatz, Jane; Brown, Nancy; Jackson, Margo – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
This article examines the tensions encountered and lessons learned when a White teacher mentor discovered white fragility in her mentoring practices with a Black novice teacher. It was the mentor's first attempt to 'wake up white' and acknowledge her White identity in her mentoring actions. The mentor engaged a secondary English as a New Language…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Mentors, Beginning Teachers, Blacks
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Tondreau, Amy; Gardiner, Wendy; White, Kristen; Stevens, Elizabeth; Hinman, Tierney; Dussling, Tess; Wilson, Nance; Degener, Sophie – Studying Teacher Education, 2022
This collaborative self-study looks at how eight white literacy teacher educators worked together to re-center critical literacy and teaching for equity in methods courses. We used self-study methodology to interrogate not only our pedagogy, but also our own internalization of white supremacy culture and complicity in perpetuating the status quo.…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Critical Literacy, Equal Education, Whites
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Finlayson, Elizabeth; Whiting, Erin Feinauer; Cutri, Ramona Maile – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
This year-long study by an undergraduate teacher candidate explores the identity and emotional work involved in learning decisions through her teacher preparation program. Using personal reflections, analytic memos, and notes, she was able to discover patterns of learning in the emotional geographies in teacher education. Further, we employed both…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Emotional Response
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Ergas, Oren; Ritter, Jason K. – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
This article questions some of the premises undergirding the discourse of self-study, particularly focusing on its treatment of 'self'. We examine the ontology, authority and ethics of self as they emerge from Oren's reading of self-study literature in light of his scholarship of and experience in contemplative education. Having focused on…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Autobiographies, Ethnography, Reflective Teaching
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Donovan, Loretta; Green, Tim. D.; Besser, Erin; Gonzalez, Edward – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
This self-study examines the intersectionality of online teaching, inclusive teaching practices, and culturally responsive teaching in an online graduate teacher education program. Inspired by student perceptions of the promotion of equity and inclusion in the online program, our critical friends group engaged in ongoing reflection and discourse…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Teacher Education Programs, Equal Education, Culturally Relevant Education
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Kim, Jinhee; Wee, Su Jeong; Meacham, Sohyun – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
This self-study explores the experiences and challenges that we as mothers of young children and teacher educators have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. While describing what our children experienced through remote learning and how we tried to support their learning, we reflect on their former school experiences and our teacher education…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Educators, Mothers
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Pithouse-Morgan, Kathleen – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
The catalyst for this self-study research was the performance of a sequence of poems at a colloquium for South African deans of education. The poems portray my interpretation of my students' stories of physically and emotionally painful experiences at the hands of their former teachers. My intention was to show how the creative possibilities of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Poetry, Student Experience, Teaching Methods
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Rabin, Colette – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
As a teacher educator, I sought to understand how to cultivate care ethics in my online teaching over a three-year period. Through surveys, student work, interviews, my course materials and teaching journal, and video-ed synchronous class sessions with seven cohorts of teacher candidates, the lenses of care ethics revealed particular challenges…
Descriptors: Caring, Ethics, Web Based Instruction, Teacher Educators
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Reynolds, Todd – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
Five years after an initial self-study on my dialogic teaching practices in a teacher preparation course, I conducted a follow up study to see if I grew as a dialogic teacher in the same class. This article describes the a second self-study of my dialogic teaching practices in an English methods course, and compares findings with the initial…
Descriptors: Instructional Improvement, Teaching Methods, Dialogs (Language), Teacher Education Programs
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Hinman, Tierney B.; He, Ye; Bagwell, Dawn – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
Intentional integration of knowledge from both K-12 practice and teacher preparation theories supports emerging teacher educators' hybrid identity development. In this collaborative self-study, three teacher educators reflected upon the negotiation of tensions that arose in their efforts to promote culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs, Professional Identity, Self Concept
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Bullough, Robert V., Jr. – Studying Teacher Education, 2021
Noting that the concept of 'self' often is given short shrift in self-study research, the author engages in a mediation on self and self-study. Drawing on G.H. Mead's conception of the 'I' and the 'Me' to define the self, the author explores the nature of and possibilities for self-study that addresses as a central question, 'Of what do I…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Moral Values, Educational Research, Teacher Education
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