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Magen-Nagar, Noga; Steinberger, Pnina – Teaching Education, 2022
In recent decades, live simulation has been introduced into teacher training in the USA, Europe and Asia in order to better prepare students for teaching in class. The current study sought to examine the effect of using live simulations of conflict management on the formation of professional identity among Israeli students in a multicultural…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Simulation, Conflict, Teacher Education Programs
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Maddamsetti, Jihea – Teaching Education, 2022
Despite pedagogical efforts to promote preservice teachers' racial literacy, preservice teachers may resist critical racial pedagogies. Such resistance has serious, detrimental consequences in classrooms populated with students of Color. To study how interracial groups of preservice teachers (PSTs) engage with issues of race outside of their…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Race, Racial Attitudes
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Wilson, Chanelle; Soslau, Elizabeth – Teaching Education, 2022
Graduate programs for inservice teachers seeking additional credentialing often include a mandatory diversity course. One aim of these types of courses is to help teachers recognize and dismantle their racial biases in hopes that this self-reflection process will enable teachers to use antiracist teaching approaches and create classroom…
Descriptors: White Teachers, Graduate Study, Teacher Education, Diversity
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Holliman, A. J.; Revill-Keen, A.; Waldeck, D. – Teaching Education, 2022
In this study, we examined associations between university lecturers' perceived autonomy support (PAS), adaptability, organisational commitment, and psychological wellbeing. A sample of university lecturers (N = 102) from a single ex-polytechnic higher education institution in the United Kingdom completed validated scales for each construct in the…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Professional Autonomy, Adjustment (to Environment), Well Being
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Ryan, Mary; Bourke, Terri; Lane, Rod; O'Brien, Peter; L'Estrange, Lyra – Teaching Education, 2022
The recasting of accountability in teaching and teacher education as a problem of impact across many countries has seen a proliferation of policies and strategies that datify the work of students and teachers. The enactment of such policies can be interrogated from the perspectives of multiple policy actors to understand the effects of the 'impact…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Foreign Countries, Accountability, Teaching Methods
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Naraian, Srikala – Teaching Education, 2022
New materialist thought complicates humanist conceptions of agency that inform the trope of 'change agent' which has been foundational to the scholarship on teacher preparation for inclusive education. This paper describes a preliminary exploration of a new materialist approach to the narrative inquiry of teacher enactments of inclusion. I begin…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Teacher Attitudes, Humanism, Change Agents
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Gutman, Mary – Teaching Education, 2022
This study seeks to explore Israeli senior teacher educators' retrospective interpretations of their early career experiences while addressing a special emphasis on cultural and contextual characteristics of the academic colleges of education (ACEs). In order to study in depth the attraction factors of career choices among teacher educators, who…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs, Career Choice, College Faculty
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Callaghan, Tonya D.; Esterhuizen, Alix – Teaching Education, 2021
This research examines media accounts of teachers in Canada and the United States who were fired or forced from their Catholic schools because they identified as lesbian, highlighting the reality of discrimination in Catholic schools, particularly egregious in their contradiction of non-discrimination legislation. Caught between the religious…
Descriptors: Teacher Dismissal, Homosexuality, Catholic Schools, Foreign Countries
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Rao, Arthi B.; Olson, Jennifer D.; Koss, Melanie D. – Teaching Education, 2021
This qualitative study focuses on elementary teacher candidates (TCs) at two United States university-based teacher preparation programs and their experiences with edTPA, a teacher performance assessment increasing in implementation nationwide. TCs from two public universities, in a state where edTPA bears a high-stakes connection to teaching…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Elementary Education, Student Teacher Attitudes
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Chu, Yiting – Teaching Education, 2021
This article reported how five preservice teachers constructed and developed their teacher identity in a year-long teacher residency partnered between a university-based teacher education program and schools in Louisiana, United States. Drawing on a sociocultural approach to identity development and the 'third space' theory, qualitative data were…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Professional Identity, College School Cooperation
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Hardy, Ian; Jakhelln, Rachel; Smit, Ben – Teaching Education, 2021
This paper analyses the nature and complexity that characterize the broader policy and political conditions of teachers' initial learning within and across three different national settings. Drawing upon the transnational notion of 'fast policy', we show how neoliberal policies and associated policy artefacts constitute specific, national initial…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Policy, Political Issues, Neoliberalism
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Danyluk, Patricia J.; Burns, Amy; Crawford, Kathryn; Hill, S. Laurie – Teaching Education, 2021
This article examines the phenomenon of failure in a Bachelor of Education practicum from the perspectives of preservice teachers. Utilizing a phenomenological theoretical framework and methodology, the perspectives of four preservice teachers are shared. The data were drawn from practicum reports, field notes, interviews, and student teacher…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Practicums, Failure
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White, Simone; Down, Barry; Mills, Martin; Shore, Sue; Woods, Annette – Teaching Education, 2021
This paper reports on the background, context, design, and findings of a collaborative research project designed to develop a future roadmap for strengthening an Australian research-rich and self-improving education system. Building on the BERA-RSA Inquiry into the role of research in the teaching profession in the UK (Furlong, 2013), the…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Educational Improvement, Professional Associations, Teacher Education Programs
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Schaefer, Lee; Hennig, Lauren; Clandinin, Jean – Teaching Education, 2021
Early career teachers continue to flee the profession in many countries around the world. In a series of our own studies, we have attempted to better understand the intentions of early career teachers. In this paper, we build on themes that emerged in a 2015 study, published in Teaching Education, with 40 second- and third-year teachers, and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Persistence, Labor Turnover
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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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