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Casa, Tutita M.; Cardetti, Fabiana; Gilson, Cindy – Teacher Educator, 2020
Teacher preparation programs in the US have addressed complex teaching practices, like mathematical discourse, by engaging preservice teachers in the practice of teaching. This qualitative study reports on the nature of conferences about the discourse between an elementary education preservice-inservice pair participating in a model that…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction, Preservice Teachers
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Roberts, Sarah A. – Teacher Educator, 2020
This paper examines turn-by-turn interactions [Wagner, D., & Herbel-Eisenmann, B. (2014). Mathematics teachers' representations of authority. "Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education," 17(3), 201-225. doi:10.1007/s10857-013-9252-5] in mathematics professional development, looking specifically at facilitators' positioning of…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Faculty Development, Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Leadership
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Gillespie, Catherine Wilson; Fairbairn, Shelley – Teacher Educator, 2020
Educational policy changes are intertwined with teacher education at multiple levels, affecting teacher educators in a variety of ways. Despite the different contexts, teacher educators in the United States and India must fulfill a variety of roles in order to meet the demands within those contexts. This qualitative study compared the cases of…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Educational Change, Teacher Education, Teacher Educators
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Kervick, Colby T.; Jenkins, Emma; Swindlehurst, Kelly A. – Teacher Educator, 2020
Many teacher preparation programs offering dual certification have engaged in program redesign to establish greater integration between general education and special education. This article presents findings from an exploratory case study that examined the perspectives of former preservice teacher candidates and school personnel regarding an…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Internship Programs, Educational Benefits, Teacher Certification
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Callan, Gregory L.; Shim, Serena S. – Teacher Educator, 2019
The first step for teachers to be efficacious in teaching self-regulated learning (SRL) in their classroom(s) is to have clear understandings of what constitutes SRL and when to use it. This study examined how K-12 teachers (N = 128, 73% female, predominantly Caucasian) define SRL and identify students with deficient SRL by examining their…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Metacognition, Learning Strategies, Elementary School Teachers
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Okhremtchouk, Irina S.; Sellu, George Sahr – Teacher Educator, 2019
Arizona is one of six states leading the nation in English language learner (ELL) student enrollments and requiring all teachers to complete coursework in methods of teaching ELLs. This policy requirement has impacted teacher preparation programs and the field of teacher education as a whole. As such, there is a growing need to identify and…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Teaching Methods, Teacher Competencies, Readiness
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Howell, Penny B.; Rintamaa, Margaret; Faulkner, Shawn; DiCicco, Mike – Teacher Educator, 2019
Utilizing technology to connect three geographically separate institutions within the same state and drawing on Bhabba, and Zeichner's notions of third space, four teacher educators developed an opportunity for the middle-level teacher candidates from each university to simultaneously observe a live classroom teaching event virtually while…
Descriptors: Teacher Collaboration, Teacher Educators, Preservice Teachers, Virtual Classrooms
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Villarreal, Dorothy; González Canché, Manuel; Gasman, Marybeth; Castro Samayoa, Andrés; Ginsberg, Alice – Teacher Educator, 2019
Minority-serving institutions are important in the production of teachers of color. However, this formative process is not without limitations. This multisite, multistate study relied on network analysis techniques to unveil timely and relevant concerns that students, faculty, and administrators identified as critical toward the strengthening of…
Descriptors: Racial Composition, College Environment, Minority Group Students, Network Analysis
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Siller, Heidi; Waibel, Eva Maria – Teacher Educator, 2018
Existential Pedagogy (EP) derives from existential analysis and logotherapy developed by Viktor Frankl and Alfried Längle in the tradition of existential philosophy and phenomenology. This study investigated how EP influences pedagogues' and teachers' attitudes and teaching. Four focus groups with a total of 12 persons each were conducted in an…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Philosophy, Teacher Attitudes, Phenomenology
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Pressley, Tim; Roehrig, Alysia D.; Turner, Jeannine E. – Teacher Educator, 2018
This qualitative case study focused on 13 elementary teachers' perceptions of their evaluations. Using multiple schools (5) and teachers (13) we explored the impact of evaluations on instruction. Informed by Pekrun's control-value theory, our analysis focused on teachers' motivations and emotions. Teachers did not value or feel in control of their…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Evaluation, Educational Change, Evaluation Methods
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Sotardi, Valerie A. – Teacher Educator, 2018
Among the most visible advocates for children is the elementary school teacher, who plays a crucial role in helping students identify and cope adaptively with stress. For teachers to perform this role successfully, there must be greater understanding of their perceptions of student stress, coping, and teacher-guided approaches for support. Using a…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Stress Variables, Coping, High Stakes Tests
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Morettini, Brianne W.; Brown, Corine M.; Viator, Martha G. – Teacher Educator, 2018
This articles describes a year-long self-study in cultural competence. Armed with the understanding that "teachers first need to know their own cultures," a small group of faculty researchers engaged in systematic self-study to better understand their own cultural competence in an effort to enhance teacher candidates' cultural…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Teacher Competencies, Preservice Teachers, Classroom Environment
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Barnes, Nicole; Fives, Helenrose; Matthews, Jamaal Sharif; SaizdeLaMora, Kit Marie – Teacher Educator, 2018
We examined 179 teachers' perceptions of their own classroom practices and their school's motivational climate to illuminate the ways these perceptions work in concert. Using teachers' responses to two scales of the Patterns of Adaptive Learning Survey, a cluster analysis revealed three profiles of teachers described as cluster 1:" Aligned:…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Classroom Techniques, Elementary Secondary Education, Teacher Attitudes
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Ginsberg, Alice; Gasman, Marybeth; Samayoa, Andrés Castro – Teacher Educator, 2018
This paper provides a deep dive case study of the California Mini-Corps Program within the context of an Hispanic Serving Institution.
Descriptors: State Programs, Case Studies, Hispanic Americans, Mixed Methods Research
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Collier, Margo; Kingsley, Karla V.; Ovitt, Brigid; Lin, Yi-Ling; Romero Benavidez, Juliette – Teacher Educator, 2017
Technology has reshaped conceptions of professional development by increasing access to information, enabling sustained follow-up efforts, and fostering teacher reflection and collaboration. Drawing on theoretical models of parent involvement and an ethic of caring, this study examined the perceptions and attitudes of educators toward…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Family School Relationship, Disabilities
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