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Koetje, Kirsten – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
The researcher analyzed data from two online cohorts of preservice teachers at a university in Washington State. Teacher education policies vary from state to state, with varying requirements for basic skills and standardized performance tests for teacher licensure. At the time of this study, Washington State required minimum scores for both basic…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Standards, Licensing Examinations (Professions), Teacher Certification
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Green, Katherine B.; Schwab, James R. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
The current study investigated candidate predictors of performance on the Educative Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) special education teacher portfolio at a rural university in the southeastern region of the United States. As educator preparation programs across the United States continue to grapple with common standards for licensure,…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Preservice Teachers, Performance Based Assessment, Special Education Teachers
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Menon, Deepika; Ngugi, Rosetta – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Reflective practice is an important component of preservice teacher education programs and is frequently used during field experiences; however, less is known about reflective practice in microteaching. This qualitative case study examined preservice secondary STEM teachers' reflective practices after their microteaching experience in a STEM…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Secondary School Teachers, STEM Education
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Boyd, Ashley S.; Dyches, Jeanne; Bonilla, Ángel – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
This research sought to examine the various types of social justice knowledge that 10 practicing teachers possessed and how this knowledge can be categorized and further nuanced. Drawing from the theoretical framework of social justice pedagogical and content knowledge, researchers inductively and deductively coded a corpus of interviews to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Social Justice, Knowledge Level, Equal Education
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Medina, Ricardo A. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Within this issue of "Teacher Education Quarterly," the authors examine the social justice knowledge of teachers, reflective practices, and predictors of performance on the Educative Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA). This article is a response to those articles and offers continued probes into who should be allowed to teach our…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Knowledge Level, Reflective Teaching, Predictor Variables
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Zenkov, Kristien; Pytash, Kristine E. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
In this article, the authors--university faculty members working across college and school contexts in the United States--detail how teacher educators might address two challenges facing the teacher education field: (a) the long-standing critique of traditional teacher preparation in the United States as an isolated, questionably relevant ivory…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Student Projects, Active Learning, Clinical Experience
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Heineke, Amy J.; Vera, Elizabeth M.; Hill, Martin; Israel, Maria Susman; Goldberger, Nancy; Anderson, Bernasha; Giatsou, Elina; Hook, Kimberly – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Across the United States, school stakeholders are grappling with how best to serve the large and often marginalized student subgroup of emergent bilingual learners (EBLs), which includes preparing the wide array of teachers who work with EBLs. This mixed-method study probes one university's efforts to prepare teachers spanning settings from early…
Descriptors: Teachers, Bilingual Students, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Fairbairn, Shelley; Gillespie, Catherine Wilson – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
This international comparative qualitative study builds on prior research into the lived experiences of teacher educators in the United States and India. This study focuses on the ways in which faculty in both contexts engage in Feed My Soul activities. Ten participants from each country were interviewed to better understand what kinds of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators, Teaching Experience, Job Satisfaction
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Reynoso, Zulema – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Decades of research, reports, and political mobilization on rights to quality education for linguistically diverse students attest to our rumination on this problem and suggest that what has been studied, peer-reviewed, and published ought to result in real change. Nonetheless, challenges remain in converging robust strategies with critical…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Bilingual Students, Bilingual Education, Multilingualism
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Zoeller, Emily; Briceño, Allison – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Transnational educators can be a tremendous resource for bi/multilingual students, but teacher preparation has not adequately supported their pedagogical development for teaching writing to bi/multilinguals in U.S. contexts. Using three cases from a qualitative self-study, we explore the narratives of three transnational teachers in a biliteracy…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Bilingual Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Writing Instruction
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Myers, Joy; Lambert, Claire; Howard, Christy – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
The purpose of this longitudinal study was to follow three teachers from their university teacher preparation programs into their first 3 consecutive years of teaching to better understand their teacher's professional identities. One of the reasons they were invited to this study was because they were strong candidates in their student teaching.…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Professional Identity, Longitudinal Studies, Barriers
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Mowrey, Sascha; Lewis, Kayla; Adamson, Reesha – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Effective collaboration among general education, special education, and support professionals is critical for the support of student learning and growth. However, preservice teachers rarely get the opportunity to learn about this process or to engage in meaningful interactions with professionals from other disciplines during their preparation…
Descriptors: Teacher Collaboration, Interprofessional Relationship, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Preservice Teachers
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Garrone-Shufran, Stephanie – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
In this qualitative case study, six novice English as a second language (ESL) teachers in a graduate course were asked to describe how they had enacted advocacy for emergent bilinguals. Data were gathered from pre- and post- surveys and semistructured interviews conducted after the semester ended. While the ESL teachers in this study were willing…
Descriptors: Language Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Novices, Second Language Instruction
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Curammeng, Edward R. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
The field of teacher education is witnessing what some may characterize as an Ethnic Studies Education turn. Growing support for the movement for K-12 Ethnic Studies is revealing a necessary (re)imagining of what education can become and subsequently how and why teacher education must change. In this article, I use portraiture to share the…
Descriptors: Ethnic Studies, Teacher Education, Educational Benefits, Racism
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Porter, Jenna; Sessoms, Deidre; Buxner, Sanlyn – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2022
Although studies have been published that examine the effectiveness of large federal scholarship programs for recruiting new science teachers, few studies have examined whether new teachers recruited by these programs are as well prepared as those who were not recruited and supported by these scholarships. In an effort to address the discrepancy…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Scholarships, Teacher Recruitment
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