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Silin, Jonathan – Teaching Education, 2020
The 50th anniversaries of the Stonewall riots and my entry into the field of early childhood education prompt me to reflect both on the initial years of my activist and professional life and on these, the final ones. Feeling historical, increasingly connected to both the past and the future, I am discomforted by traditional notions of legacy,…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, LGBTQ People, Early Childhood Teachers, Social History
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Khayatt, Didi; Iskander, L. – Teaching Education, 2020
In this paper, two scholars (one retiring, one emerging) consider what it means for LGBTQ teachers to 'come out' in the classroom. Drawing from our respective studies (one a study of 18 lesbian teachers conducted in the early 1980s, the other a study of 16 gender non-binary teachers in 2018), the intervening literature, and our own personal…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Teacher Characteristics, Foreign Countries
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Mayo, J. B., Jr. – Teaching Education, 2020
Today, members of the various lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities enjoy many of the same rights and privileges as their cis-gender, heterosexual peers. Yet, the lived experiences of many queer-identified teachers in schools remain problematic, uncomfortable, and tension-filled. Given the rise of 'No Promo Homo' laws…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, LGBTQ People, Social Discrimination, Sexual Orientation
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Lensmire, Timothy J. – Teaching Education, 2018
My commentary on this special issue reflects on experiences I have had in which critical knowledges, and the people who produce them, were marginalized. I congratulate the editors and authors of this special issue for creating a space for such knowledges and for refusing to be marginalized.
Descriptors: Teacher Education Curriculum, Racial Identification, Drama, Minority Group Teachers
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Mosley, Melissa; Rogers, Rebecca – Teaching Education, 2011
Set in the context of a teacher education program, this study examined how three White pre-service teachers participate in book club discussions of children's literature. We asked: When White pre-service teachers are in a context that enables talk about race, racism and anti-racism, what do they talk about? What conceptual and discursive tools do…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Childrens Literature, Race, Teacher Education Programs
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Devlin-Foltz, Betsy – Teaching Education, 2010
This postscript commentary challenges private and public funders to take action in support of the internationalization of teacher preparation programs by funding efforts for much needed resources, in order to prepare twenty-first-century teachers to teach with global perspectives. Specific ideas for foundations, corporate philanthropy, and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Global Approach, Change Strategies
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North, Connie E. – Teaching Education, 2009
In this commentary, I, a research participant in Hilary Conklin's study, respond to her article by relating honesty to compassion and mindfulness. In addition to endorsing the intrapersonal honesty that Conklin supports in her article, I assert that interpersonal honesty can benefit the researcher, research participants, and research findings. I…
Descriptors: Altruism, Reader Response, Research Methodology, Ethics
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Lewis, Tyson – Teaching Education, 2008
This paper is driven by a simple question: what type of collective space is a classroom and how can it be imagined differently? Drawing on the social topography provided by Hardt and Negri, I suggest that schools have traditionally worked to produce either (a) a people; (b) a crowd; or (c) the masses. The problem with these forms of social…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Educational Philosophy, Democracy, Educational Environment
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Loomis, Steven; Rodriguez, Jacob; Tillman, Rachel; Gunderson, John – Teaching Education, 2008
In this article, the authors reply to the arguments of Professors Nagel and Ladwig on the article "The logic of convergence and uniformity in teacher production". Professor Ladwig's review of their article is particularly valuable in two respects. First, it highlights the need for an institutional level of analysis to explain fully and…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Teacher Education Programs, Schools of Education, Educational Environment
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Nagel, Nancy G. – Teaching Education, 2008
In the essay, "The logic of convergence and uniformity in teacher production", Loomis et al. advocate that teachers are experiencing a shift from individualistic programs that prepare them toward uniform, common teacher preparation resulting from top-down agenda-setting and mandated regulations. In their theoretical stance, the knowledge…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Teacher Education Programs, Schools of Education, Educational Environment
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Ladwig, James G. – Teaching Education, 2008
"The logic of convergence and uniformity in teacher production" argues for a need to understand teacher education within the history of economic institutions. In the contemporary world, so the argument goes, where global information, capital flows, and opened markets are said to be making the world "flat", it is crucial to…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Technological Advancement, Global Approach, Teacher Education Programs
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Tsolidis, Georgina; Pollard, Vikki – Teaching Education, 2007
This paper draws on interviews undertaken with second year student teachers. They describe their motivations for wishing to enter the profession and imagine the type of teacher they wish to become. These student teachers express a desire to make a difference as strong motivation for wanting to enter the profession. This is not uncharacteristic.…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Motivation, Occupational Aspiration, Teaching (Occupation)
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Tessema, Kedir Assefa – Teaching Education, 2007
With the emergence of the discourse of TESO, teacher education in Ethiopia has been struggling to change rhetoric and practice by reaffirming a managerially driven reform performance. The terrain is now characterized by fresh, but globally dominant rhetoric. Salient in the emerging discourse is reform mottos and agendas such as "active…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Rhetoric, Active Learning
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Katyal, Kokila Roy; Evers, Colin W. – Teaching Education, 2007
Increasingly, there is advocacy for parents to be included in partnership roles with schools. Indeed, the term "partnership" seems to have acquired the connotation of an ideal form of parent-school relationship. This paper argues that the notion of partnership, with its accompanying suggestion of equality as a framework for the…
Descriptors: Parent School Relationship, Foreign Countries, Teacher Leadership, Parent Teacher Cooperation
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Kostogriz, Alex; Peeler, Eleanor – Teaching Education, 2007
This paper explores "spatial struggle" in the formation of professional identities of overseas-born teachers. The basis of this struggle arises from a limited number of subject positions available for them in pedagogical spaces of the Australian system of education. We argue that relations of power/professional knowledge in teacher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching (Occupation), Foreign Workers, School Space
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