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Craig, Cheryl J., Ed.; Evans, Paige K., Ed.; Stokes, Donna W., Ed. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
Bridging a gap in the literature by offering a comprehensive look at how STEM teacher education programs evolve over time, this book explores teachHOUSTON, a designer teacher education program created to respond to the lack of adequately prepared STEM teachers in Houston and the emerging urban school districts that surround it. Providing a…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, STEM Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Competencies
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Rice, Mary Frances, Ed.; Dallacqua, Ashley K., Ed. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
"Luminous Literacies" shares examples of teachers and educators using local knowledge to illustrate literacy engagement and curriculum-making through scholarly accounts of experiences in teacher preparation courses, classrooms, and other community spaces in New Mexico. This edited collection includes chapters focusing on the teaching of…
Descriptors: American Indian Literature, Indigenous Populations, American Indian Students, Culturally Relevant Education
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Auzenne-Curl, Chestin, Ed.; Craig, Cheryl J., Ed. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
"Developing Knowledge Communities through Partnerships for Literacy" explores the development of knowledge communities--safe spaces on the educational landscape--where research and professional development with literacy teachers and writers can unfurl. This volume, inspired by an evaluation research partnership involving professional…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Writing Teachers, Writing Instruction, Communities of Practice
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Ratnam, Tara, Ed.; Craig, Cheryl J., Ed. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
Literature on academic entitlement is almost always associated with students with little examination of entitlement with reference to educators. Feelings of entitlement among educators make them hold onto rigid 'inherited scripts' and constrain the development of flexibility required in this global and technologically disruptive era. It is…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Behavior, Teacher Education, Human Resources
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Prata-Linhares, Martha; da Fontoura, Helena Amaral; de Almeida Pimenta, Maria Alzira – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
The context of this study is Brazil, which has seen more than a decade of expansion in higher education and increased access to public universities. Our investigation deals with the perceptions of novice faculty members or "professors", as they are addressed in Brazil, on entitled behavior at universities. These professors participants…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Hernández, Inmaculada; Mena, Juanjo – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
While "academic entitlement" focuses on student entitlement and its consequences, there is a need to be aware of the consequences of teachers' entitled feelings arising from their subjective perceptions on student learning. This micro-ethnographically oriented study uses the case of an eleven-year-old fifth-grade student's low academic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Beliefs, Elementary School Teachers
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Buchanan, John; Holland, Wendy – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
Entitlement persists on the basis of race, gender, age, sexuality, language and able-bodiedness, despite all efforts to eradicate it -- and abetted by some efforts to preserve it. Compounding this, as teachers, it is easy for us to become habituated to possessing the only knowledge of value in the room. This chapter takes place against a backdrop…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Social Justice, Professional Identity
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Russell, Tom – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
This chapter explores the concept of entitlement among school teachers and university professors in terms of long-standing characteristics of the culture of schooling. Features of the school culture are introduced with a short excerpt from a science lesson that illustrates how the authority of a teacher's position can be substituted for the…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, School Culture, Teaching Experience, Teaching (Occupation)
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Gholami, Khalil; Faraji, Sonia – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
Using a grounded theory approach, this study aims to develop a framework of teacher entitlement in Iran. The preliminary findings point to chronic socio-economic frustration as the main theme present in the entitlement discourse among Iranian teachers. Teachers were highly dissatisfied and felt that they deserved better social and economic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Socioeconomic Influences, Satisfaction
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Doyran, Feyza; Hacifazlioglu, Özge – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
The right of individuals to particular privileges or benefits is a natural expectation in any workplace. Yet, the concept and practice of "entitlement" is especially crucial in faculties of education where pre-service teachers are being prepared to be fully-fledged teachers. In this context, academic administrators shoulder the…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Well Being, Wellness
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Monroy, Miguel Burgess; Ali, Salma; Asadi, Lobat; Currens, Kimberly Ann; Davoodi, Amin; Etchells, Matthew J.; Park, Eunhee; Lee, HyeSeung; Razmeh, Shakiba; Singer, Erin A. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
This chapter presents the lived experience of 10 doctoral students and recent graduates from a North American University, who like graduate students elsewhere, have faced upstream battles against excessive faculty entitlement. The six sections of this chapter, each by different authors, explore how entitlement in the University, is experienced…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, College Graduates, Student Experience, College Faculty
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Kohout-Diaz, Magdalena; Deyrich, Marie-Christine – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
Our investigation of the emerging issue of teacher entitlement is viewed from the perspective of researchers trying to make sense of the concept with the intention of exploring its links to inclusive educational practice, teacher education and research. This chapter is therefore mainly conceptual, focusing on the limits and possibilities offered…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Education, Educational Research
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Craig, Cheryl J. – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
This chapter focuses on issues that arise when certain professors invoke the age-old hierarchy of position their terminal degrees bestow on them and interact in elevated ways with graduate students and sometimes with faculty members as well. Lack of relationship with peers/students, absence of appreciation for others' contributions and resistance…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Graduate Students, Teacher Student Relationship, Peer Relationship
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Guðjónsdóttir, Hafdís – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
The teaching profession calls for professionals who are theoretical, pedagogical and critical as they influence teaching, learning and the reconstruction of schools. One of the "myths and legends" about teachers is that they are mostly interested to hear about practical ideas for their teaching and often resist theories behind their…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teaching (Occupation), Misconceptions, Theory Practice Relationship
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Kirshner, David; Skinner, Kim – Advances in Research on Teaching, 2021
As noted in the introduction, this book is concerned with resistance to professional guidance that teachers may evince as they hold rigidly to an 'inherited script' that undermines the flexibility needed to respond to the emergent needs of learners. We propose that this resistance, and the sense of excessive entitlement that propels it, are…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Resistance (Psychology), Guidance, Reflective Teaching
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