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Ullman, Jacqueline – Teaching Education, 2020
While a growing body of research has investigated gender and sexuality diverse (GSD) educators' workplace experiences with the aim of understanding how GSD-inclusivity and awareness in schools impacts these educators' sense of wellbeing and professional identity, far less research has worked specifically with gender diverse educators. Such…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), LGBTQ People, Work Environment, Well Being
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Henriksen, Danah; Gretter, Sarah; Richardson, Carmen – Teaching Education, 2020
Design thinking has been receiving increased scholarly and popular interest in education; yet, teachers are often uncertain about what it means to implement this in their educational settings. Design thinking, nonetheless, offers a framework to address the challenging problems of practice educators face. In this article, we examine a…
Descriptors: Design, Teacher Education, Models, Thinking Skills
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Rodriguez, Jacqueline; McKinney, Tracy; Powell, Selma; Walker, Zachary; Vince Garland, Krista – Teaching Education, 2020
In many teacher preparation programs at institutions of higher education in the United States, pre-service teachers receive mentoring and constructive feedback during their internship placement from an experienced supervising teacher and a university coordinator. Often the feedback loop is closed by asking interns, 'was this useful?' To better…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Preservice Teachers, Internship Programs, Student Teaching
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Cai, Jinghong; Gut, Dianne – Teaching Education, 2020
The purpose of our study is to delve into the education gap between the United States and some countries by examining the literacy and digital problem-solving skills of American educators, and comparing their performance with that of their peers from Canada, Finland, and Japan. We use PIAAC data collected by the Organization for Economic…
Descriptors: Information Literacy, Computer Literacy, Problem Solving, 21st Century Skills
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McKay, Loraine; Dunn, Julie – Teaching Education, 2020
In this paper, we use an engagement framework to understand the experiences of university students midway through their initial teacher education programme. Analysis of interview transcripts revealed that engagement is being influenced negatively by a convergence of political, economic, structural and psychosocial factors. Despite the influence of…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Consciousness Raising, Learner Engagement, Preservice Teachers
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Weinberger, Yehudith; Shonfeld, Miri – Teaching Education, 2020
The study presented here sought to determine how student teachers' personal characteristics, attitudes, knowledge, experience and skills for using collaborative learning influence their willingness to use this demanding pedagogy in their classes. A structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis model based on data from questionnaires emphasized the…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Intention, Cooperative Learning
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Aarto-Pesonen, Leena; Piirainen, Arja – Teaching Education, 2020
This qualitative metasynthesis investigated students' meaningful learning experiences amid andragogical teacher education programmes. The programmes catered to the specific learning needs of adult students in the context of university-based teacher education. This study aimed to provide a wider picture of the frames of students' meaningful…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Adult Students, Adult Learning, Andragogy
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Gallo-Fox, Jennifer; Stegeman, Lauren – Teaching Education, 2020
Coteaching, a model for learning to teach, places teacher candidates alongside clinical educators in classrooms. Learning occurs through shared practice and on-going explication of thinking and reflection. This cross-case study of six dyads from an undergraduate early childhood inclusive preservice education program examines ways that coteaching…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Field Experience Programs, Student Teaching, Preservice Teachers
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Ahmed, Kathryn Struthers – Teaching Education, 2020
This study utilized cultural historical activity theory to explore the evolution of nine preservice teachers' (PSTs') conceptions of social justice teaching while enrolled in a social justice-oriented teacher education program. From three interviews conducted over one year, findings show that tensions PSTs encountered while student teaching in…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Social Justice, Attitude Change
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González, María José; Gómez, Pedro; Pinzón, Andrés – Teaching Education, 2020
The quality of students' learning experience depends on the learning activities that their teachers plan prior to classroom delivery. This article characterises the lesson planning practices of a group of 27 mathematics teachers. The questionnaire and the associated information coding and analysis procedures designed for that purpose may be…
Descriptors: Lesson Plans, Planning, Mathematics Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Land, Charlotte L.; Rubin, Jessica Cira – Teaching Education, 2020
Looking closely at lesson plans as mediating tools, this study examines preservice teacher learning. By using activity theory in our analysis of lesson plans and other data collected in a student-teaching course, we uncovered tensions within/across the contexts of university teacher education program and secondary school field placements. This…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Secondary Education, Lesson Plans, Planning
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Gray, Pennie L. – Teaching Education, 2020
Educational landscapes shift and change, and beginning teachers are poised to breathe new life into existing educational practices. However, not all nascent teachers are equipped to lead educational change and at times are more likely to implement traditional educational approaches. This study offers insights into the ways in which beginning…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Classroom Techniques, Educational Experience
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McCarthy, Christopher J.; Fitchett, Paul G.; Lambert, Richard G.; Boyle, Lauren – Teaching Education, 2020
Stress is increasingly being linked to teacher turnover. This study examined 1,750 first-year U.S. public school teachers' classroom-specific appraisals of demands and resources as indices of risk for stress, which was then used to predict their career trajectories in subsequent years. Data from the Beginning Teacher Longitudinal Study, a…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Beginning Teachers, Longitudinal Studies, Faculty Mobility
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Neary, Aoife – Teaching Education, 2020
'Difficult' or potentially discomforting diversity topics and critical, unsettling pedagogies often induce resistances or charges of 'irrelevance' in teacher education contexts. In teaching with these topics and pedagogies, there is often a significant emphasis on fostering and utilising the process of "empathy" in productive ways to…
Descriptors: Empathy, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Social Justice
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Kowalczuk-Waledziak, Marta; Lopes, Amélia; Underwood, James; Daniela, Linda; Clipa, Otilia – Teaching Education, 2020
The relationship between master's thesis work and teachers' professional development has rarely been explored empirically, yet. Drawing upon a larger study, this paper investigates how teachers who were studying for or who have recently graduated from Master of Education programmes offered in five countries -- Poland, Portugal, England, Latvia,…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Professional Continuing Education, Teacher Education Programs, Masters Programs
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