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Gomez, Mary Louise; Johnson Lachuk, Amy – Teaching Education, 2019
In this text, we examine ways teacher educators might inspire: compassion in aspiring teachers for students with whom they interact, and dissonance and uncertainty concerning ways they talk and think about them. These activities primarily fall into two categories: (1) working in schools where large numbers of children differing from themselves in…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Service Learning, Empathy, Social Cognition
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Gomez, Mary Louise; Carlson, James R.; Foubert, Jennifer; Powell, Shameka N. – Teaching Education, 2014
In this paper, we deploy M.M. Bakhtin's notions about how language works to understand aspiring teachers' struggles about the intersecting roles race, class, gender, language background, and sexual orientation play in students' school lives and learning. Through life-history interviews and document analysis, we investigated the authoritative and…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Biographies
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Gomez, Mary Louise; Tabachnick, B. Robert – Teaching Education, 1992
Telling teaching stories assists prospective teachers in becoming effective teachers of elementary school children. It offers preservice teachers and teacher educators the challenge of seeing themselves and the opportunity to reflect on their goals and practices. (IAH)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Personal Narratives