Journal of Teacher Education

Journal of Teacher Education is a publication that publishes articles focusing on the practice, research and policy of teacher education. The journal is published five times a year by Corwin Press, Inc. and is edited by Daniel P. Liston, Jennifer Whitcomb and Hilda Borko.

Articles from Vol. 63, No. 1, January-February

Because Wisdom Can't Be Told: Using Comparison of Simulated Parent-Teacher Conferences to Assess Teacher Candidates' Readiness for Family-School Partnership
Parental support and involvement in their children's education can have a profound influence on student's academic, social, and emotional outcomes (Brody, Flor, & Gibson, 1999; Grolnick & Ryan, 1989; Jeynes, 2003, 2007), and teachers play a...
Doing Good and Doing Well: Credentialism and Teach for America
Much has changed since Lortie (1975) labeled teachers' social position "special but shadowed." Today, entering teaching typically entails more stringent academic qualifications, longer formal teacher education--in some cases, including yearlong practice...
Feelings of Preparedness among Alternatively Certified Teachers: What Is the Role of Program Features?
Introduction In the United States, 20% to 30% of new teachers are drawn from alternative certification (AC) programs (National Research Council, 2010). According to the National Center for Alternative Certification's annual survey, this proportion...
Getting Our Own House in Order: From Brick Makers to Builders
Similar to our predecessors and those before them for the past decade, our editorial team has assumed leadership of the Journal of Teacher Education (JTE) in times of extreme criticism of educational research and of both preservice and inservice teacher...
Predicting Performance: A Comparison of University Supervisors' Predictions and Teacher Candidates' Scores on a Teaching Performance Assessment
The assessment of teaching practice continues to be a significant issue for teacher education programs. Federal legislation requires that graduates' performance on licensing tests be included in evaluations of schools of education (Darling-Hammond,...
Speaking of Bodies in Justice-Oriented, Feminist Teacher Education
My body, the body of the teacher, is inseparable from the curriculum. Perhaps the body of the teacher is the curriculum. Mimi Omer, 2002 The United States is a society that is simultaneously consumed and repulsed by the body; a society where...
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