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Mishra, Lokanath; Gupta, Tushar; Shree, Abha – Teacher Development, 2022
Teaching is a profession in which the newly appointed teachers learn different methods of teaching skills, pedagogies of teaching and conducting research and should know the role and responsibilities of different academic leaders. The Faculty Induction Program (FIP) includes all these components. This article aims to study the perceptions of the…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Teacher Recruitment, Microteaching, Teacher Orientation
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Chong, Eric King-Man; Hu, Jun; Tang, Hayes Hei-hang; Cheng, Eric Chi-Keung; Davies, Ian; Leung, Yan-wing; Hung, Steven Chung Fun – Teacher Development, 2022
This research study contributes to understanding teachers' perceptions and views of using controversial issues and political neutrality in teaching, through an analysis of data gathered through questionnaire responses in a wider project and 41 semi-structured interviews. There are diversified views about the relationship between controversial…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Responsibility, Controversial Issues (Course Content)
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Lee, Clare; Ward-Penny, Robert – Teacher Development, 2022
Teaching using the principles of mathematical resilience can lead to a broad range of implementations with different emphases, all intended to mitigate the development of mathematical anxiety in learners and its attendant problems. This article considers 12 primary teachers' responses to the challenge of developing mathematical resilience within…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Teachers
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Browne, Liz; Defty, Chris; Guo, Na; Hou, Kai; Wang, Dan; Zhuang, Lu – Teacher Development, 2022
Reporting on a mixed methods study carried out in China, this article explores the impact of an educational initiative some years after delivery. Taking data from a three staged longitudinal study, this paper facilitates debate about the nature of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) delivered in a transnational context. To promote such…
Descriptors: Classification, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries, Program Effectiveness
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Larsen, Shannon; McCormick, Kelly – Teacher Development, 2022
This study builds on another project focused on primary grade teachers' integration of technology (screencasting). Original findings showed that participating teachers changed their practices to better align with research-based practices in early mathematics teaching. Two years later, the authors returned to the district to work with teachers from…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Integration, Mathematics Instruction, Professional Development
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Yazicilar Nalbantoglu, Ümran; Bümen, Nilay T.; Uslu, Öner – Teacher Development, 2022
Curriculum adaptation portrays the way teachers 'tweak' the curriculum. The findings of related studies are based solely on qualitative data, and there is no instrument that can determine curriculum adaptation patterns. Based on this gap, the aim of this study is to develop the Curriculum Adaptation Patterns Scale (CAPS). After examining the…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Test Construction, Factor Analysis, Test Reliability
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Daniel, Mayra C.; Burgin, Ximena – Teacher Development, 2022
This study explored 76 Guatemalan teachers' ideologies related to students' diversity, and how these influenced their work. Educators representing 79.1% of teachers from a community of 135,000 were gathered in seven focus groups ranging in size from nine to twelve participants. Recurrent themes documented teachers' espoused attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Ideology, Teacher Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Diversity
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Farmer, Stuart; Childs, Ann – Teacher Development, 2022
This research investigates the perceptions of a group of secondary science teachers (26) from six schools in a remote part of northern Scotland of the opportunities afforded to them for effective professional learning. Focus groups of science teachers were conducted, and the findings identified a number of key areas they perceived as effective…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Science Teachers, Faculty Development
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Swars Auslander, Susan; Meyers, Barbara; Tanguay, Carla; Smith, Stephanie Z.; Myers, Kayla D. – Teacher Development, 2021
In response to increased accountability demands placed on teacher preparation programs across the US, some programs are using standardized teacher performance assessments, such as edTPA. A recent mandate for this study's elementary teacher preparation program is teacher candidates' successful completion of edTPA for teacher certification. A case…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Preservice Teachers, Performance Based Assessment, Teacher Effectiveness
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Schmid, Megan E.; Bajcz, Alex W.; Balster, Nicholas J. – Teacher Development, 2021
Early-career faculty (ECF) are faced with maintaining excellence in teaching and research for tenure. However, many enter academia with little or no teaching experience. Madison Teaching and Learning Excellence, a year-long professional development program, was designed to mitigate these pressures and help faculty become fast, efficient, and…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, College Faculty, Teacher Effectiveness, Program Effectiveness
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Weller, Jacolyn – Teacher Development, 2021
Professionals make decisions, problem-solve through experience, skill and cognition, while providing a unique community service. For the government-employed professional teacher, professional associations, standards, identity and their employer contribute to professional development (PD). Meanwhile, continuous PD, or professional lifelong…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public School Teachers, Faculty Development, Public Schools
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Gutman, Mary – Teacher Development, 2021
The purpose of this narrative study is to trace the process whereby Israeli Academic College of Education principals lead Professional Learning Communities (PLC) for teacher educators. The focus is on the unique situation in which various different roles (administrator/facilitator/learner) are integrated during this process. Seven semi-structured…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Communities of Practice, Teacher Educators, Teacher Collaboration
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Lee, Wei Ching; Der-Thanq Chen, Victor; Wang, Li-Yi – Teacher Development, 2021
Teachers' consideration may affect their intention to implement learner-centred pedagogy. Literature showed that aspects such as task goal, students' characteristics, teachers' ability, learning environment design, and school shape teacher considerations in teaching analysis. However, the interrelationship among these aspects remains largely…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Teaching Methods, Student Centered Learning, Course Content
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Dugas, Daryl – Teacher Development, 2021
The Identity Triangle model is proposed as a framework for unifying and advancing research on teacher identity, countering the prevailing approach to teacher education rooted in the language of accountability and competencies. The model is based on a review of the identity literature and elucidated through narratives collected from first-year…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Education, Teacher Attitudes
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Martin, Helen – Teacher Development, 2021
This article considers the development of synthetic landscapes of multiplicative reasoning constructed by student teachers (pre-service teachers). It explores the implications of working in a way that integrates literature from Maths Recovery, Cognitively Guided Instruction and Realistic Mathematics Education approaches. The aim is to better…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs, Multiplication, Mathematics Instruction
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