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Brooks, Clare – Teaching Education, 2021
Stenhouse's image of the teaching profession as a 'village' could be interpreted as a parochial and insular view of teachers and their readiness to be involved in research. In this paper, I argue that the capacity for teachers to play a more active role in research is diminishing because of how research is situated in initial teacher education…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Trends, Teacher Researchers
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White, Simone – Teaching Education, 2021
The increasing datafication of teachers' work and schooling practices as evidenced through various metrics of student testing and school improvement measures have continued to grow unabated across many OECD Countries. Such practices have been fuelled by global competition for league tables such as the Programme for International Student Assessment…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Data, Standards
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McLaughlin, Colleen; Wood, Elizabeth – Teaching Education, 2021
In this paper, we explore Lawrence Stenhouse's provocation that too much research has been conducted for the world and not enough for the village. This provocation has taken on additional significance in contemporary global policy contexts where neoliberal systems of governance incorporate discourses of educational effectiveness, measurement,…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Teacher Education, Research Problems, Teacher Researchers
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Mills, Martin; Mockler, Nicole; Stacey, Meghan; Taylor, Becky – Teaching Education, 2021
Teachers' engagement with and understanding of educational research and data is an increasing concern for policy-makers around the globe. With unprecedented access to, and new forms of, 'data' in schools, concerns for its 'best practice' use in classroom decision-making have come to the fore. In academic spaces, these developments have also been…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Cross Cultural Studies, Decision Making, Action Research
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Tatto, Maria Teresa – Teaching Education, 2021
With a focus on the US, I briefly review the literature to examine current trends, and outline a typology of what is meant by educational research for teaching by, with and for teachers, followed by a discussion of why it is important for educators to engage in and commit to such research. The key question in this article is what kinds of research…
Descriptors: Educational Trends, Educational Research, Teacher Researchers, Program Improvement
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Cochran-Smith, Marilyn; Lytle, Susan L. – Teaching Education, 2021
In this commentary, the authors aim to connect the provocative topic of this special issue--"'The Village and the World': Research with, for, and by Teachers in an Age of Data" to several key ideas about practitioner inquiry that they have developed and explored over the years. They begin by highlighting three dimensions of their concept…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Teacher Researchers, Inquiry, Data
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Economou, Catarina – Teaching Education, 2021
The Swedish welfare state has social protection policies focusing on labour market participation. Initiatives have been introduced after the increase of asylum seekers in 2015, focusing on so-called 'fast tracks'. In this paper I consider one of these fast track courses aimed at newly arrived teachers wishing to continue their teaching career in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Immigrants, Labor Market
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Huang, Jing; Wang, Yi; Teng, Feng – Teaching Education, 2021
Novice teachers often undergo an identity shift from learner to teacher. Along this process, their instructional beliefs change considerably which in turn affect their teacher identity formation. Drawing on data collected mainly through interviews with three novice English teachers for more than one year, the present study examines their…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Attitude Change, Professional Identity, Beginning Teachers
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Kearney, Sean – Teaching Education, 2021
The induction of beginning teachers is an imperative process in enculturating teachers to their new careers and helping them overcome the hurdles in the early years of teaching and the registration processes teachers undergo. Although induction practices in Australia have become more common in recent years, the data shows there is still much work…
Descriptors: Beginning Teacher Induction, Foreign Countries, Case Studies, Private Schools
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Shin, Minsun – Teaching Education, 2021
Guided by an inquiry as stance approach, this study aimed to explore the perspectives of early childhood and elementary pre-service student teachers on the impact of the edTPA (Teacher Performance Assessment) on their student teaching experiences. The analysis of an online open-ended questionnaire revealed that the claims made by the edTPA…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Performance Based Assessment
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Talbot, Debra; Thomas, Matthew A. M. – Teaching Education, 2021
Overseas placements are promoted in many tertiary institutions as a valuable component of undergraduate programs. Institutional ethnography, as a mode of inquiry that begins in the actual doings of people, was employed in this study to understand preservice teachers' perceptions of their learning from an innovative model of overseas placement. In…
Descriptors: Overseas Employment, Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Mentors
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Ciampa, Katia; Gallagher, Tiffany L. – Teaching Education, 2021
Based on previous work related to pre-service teachers' self-efficacy for literacy instruction, this study examined their knowledge of literacy instruction and classroom-level contextual factors (i.e. coursework and fieldwork experiences). Pre-service teachers from two distinct contexts (Canada and USA) were given surveys ("TSELI" and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Self Efficacy, Knowledge Level
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Danielson, Katie A. – Teaching Education, 2021
As teacher education aims to prepare thoughtfully adaptive teachers, programs have begun to examine a practice-focused approach. One movement focuses on the pedagogy of teacher education, including how practice is unpacked, decomposed, for teacher candidates. This paper examines the pedagogy of decomposition in a U.S. based practice-focused…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teacher Education, Literacy Education, Teaching Skills
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Kessler, Meghan A. – Teaching Education, 2021
This article examines teacher candidates' perceptions of two performance-based evaluation tools during the student teaching semester (edTPA, Danielson Framework). In particular, I sought to understand how teacher candidates perceived the role of both tools in the teacher education landscape and the extent to which they perceived the tools to be…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Performance Based Assessment, Student Teaching
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Arraiz Matute, Alexandra; Da Silva, Luna; Pendleton Jiménez, Karleen; Smith, Amy – Teaching Education, 2020
We discuss the use of digital story methodology as an inquiry into the queering of teacher education. Participants' films explored queer woman teacher identities, including our bodies, histories, and perceptions of our queerness within classes and in the field of education. Through filmmaking, group discussion and analysis, we found contemplation…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Story Telling, Preservice Teacher Education, Homosexuality
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