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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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Keenan, Harper Benjamin – Teaching Education, 2020
This article describes the founding and first three years of a US-based organization for trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming educators working in PK-12 educational settings. The article begins with a brief exploration of prior organizing work and the political context that combined to set the stage for the group's formation. The article…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Sexual Identity, Community Organizations, Elementary Secondary Education
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Blount, Jackie M. – Teaching Education, 2020
Despite many historiographical challenges, in this article I briefly examine two significant school leaders from over a century ago whose lives may seem recognizable to contemporary LGBTQ+ educators in that they both stepped outside traditional gender and sexuality boundaries for their time. They are Ella Flagg Young and George Howland, both of…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Educational History, Teacher Characteristics, Socialization
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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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Reimers, Eva – Teaching Education, 2020
Desexualized heteronormativity saturates most educational spaces. Thus, research on LGBTQ teachers tends to focus on the precarious and vulnerable work conditions produced by this norm. The aim of this article is to contribute to a shift in the tale(s) about LGBTQ teachers so that they are presented as subjects rather than victims. Three…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Social Attitudes, LGBTQ People, Teacher Characteristics
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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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Tanner, Samuel Jaye – Teaching Education, 2020
This essay relies on methods of narrative research to both present and consider an example of a second-wave of critical whiteness pedagogy in K-12 contexts. The author focuses on his interactions with one high school student -- Adam -- to theorize how "The Whiteness Project" allowed students to "play with whiteness" in…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Whites, Elementary Secondary Education, High School Students
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Anagnostopoulos, Dorothea; Levine, Thomas; Roselle, Rene; Lombardi, Allison – Teaching Education, 2018
University-based teacher education faces intensifying pressure to prove its effectiveness. This has prompted renewed interest in program redesign. In this article, we argue that enacting meaningful redesign requires university-based teacher educators to learn new ways of thinking and acting not only with teacher candidates but also with their…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Education, Program Design, Educational Innovation
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Talbot, Debra; Denny, Jane; Henderson, Sarah – Teaching Education, 2018
Mentoring of pre-service teachers in school contexts is acknowledged as an important part of initial teacher education. However, finding sufficient school-based professional experience placements for pre-service teachers, ensuring the quality of the learning experiences provided by such placements, and gaining a clear understanding of what…
Descriptors: Mentors, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Educators, Experienced Teachers
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Blaisdell, Benjamin – Teaching Education, 2018
The one-drop rule refers to the process of being racialized Black when someone contains any amount of Black ancestry, i.e. one drop of Black blood. In this article, I use what I call 'the new one-drop rule' to explain how even the smallest presence of white discourse can disrupt racial equity work in schools. Based on a critical race study in a…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Whites, Elementary School Teachers, Racial Attitudes
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Renshaw, Peter – Teaching Education, 2017
The centrality of relationships between teachers and students is revealed in the articles in this special issue on alternative schools. This should characterise the mainstream but the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers avoids any reference to care or affect or to the importance of forming ethically informed caring relationships with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Teacher Education, Teacher Student Relationship
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DeGraff, Tricia L.; Schmidt, Cynthia M.; Waddell, Jennifer H. – Teaching Education, 2015
For the past two decades, scholars have advocated for reforms in teacher education that emphasize relevant connections between theory and practice in university coursework and focus on clinical experiences. This paper is based on our experiences in designing and implementing an integrated literacy methods course in a field-based teacher education…
Descriptors: Literacy, Field Experience Programs, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Egan, Kieran – Teaching Education, 2015
The "Learning in Depth" program is a simple but radical innovation, which was first implemented in Canada in 2008/2009 and is now being used in a dozen countries with many thousand students. The aim of the program is to ensure that every student becomes an expert on something during schooling. The unusualness of the program and the fact…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Program Descriptions, Program Implementation
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Goldstein, Tara – Teaching Education, 2014
While the call for teacher education students to learn about their students' family and community lives remains urgent and compelling, educating teachers about the Other is tricky business. In this article I discuss the use of two performed ethnographies, "Harriet's House" and "Ana's Shadow," to provide opportunities for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Culturally Relevant Education, Ethnography
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