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. 70, No. 4, September-October

Analyzing Student Learning Gains to Evaluate Differentiated Teacher Preparation for Fostering English Learners' Achievement in Linguistically Diverse Classrooms
Teacher education programs face increasing demands in preparing candidates for 21st-century classrooms. Many issues drive national discussions on teacher education, including using student learning data to inform instructional decision making (Hamilton...
Corrigendum to "Making Justice Peripheral by Construction Practice as 'Core'"
Philip, T. M., Souto-Manning, M., Anderson, L., Horn, I. S., Andrews, D. C., Stillman, J., Varghese, M. (2018). Making justice peripheral by constructing practice as "core": How the increasing prominence of core practices challenges teacher education....
Critically Compassionate Intellectualism in Teacher Education: The Contributions of Relational-Cultural Theory
The body of literature around educating for social justice is ever growing, even if what constitutes social justice is often interpreted in vague or contradictory ways (North, 2006). What is clear is that social justice is still lacking in light of the...
Developing Preservice Teachers' Instructional Design Skills through Case-Based Instruction: Examining the Impact of Discussion Format
Background Observations of expert teachers indicate they are cognizant of learners' needs as they work toward established goals, observe and interpret environmental and learner cues, adapt plans to meet changing demands and constraints, and reflect on...
Do I Belong in the Profession? the Cost of Fitting in as a Preservice Teacher with a Passion for Social Justice
Australia, like other developed countries, experiences high attrition rates among beginning teachers (Ewing & Manuel, 2005; Queensland College of Teachers, 2013). Factors including low job satisfaction, school policies, workload, future prospects,...
Investigating the Role of Social Status in Teacher Collaborative Groups
Introduction Schools and districts have increasingly implemented collaborative learning strategies to improve teachers' professional knowledge and skill (Cochran-Smith & Lytle, 1999; Hargreaves & Fullan, 2012; Kilbane, 2009; Lampert, Boerst,...
"It Was ... the Word 'Scrotum* on the First Page": Educators' Perspectives of Controversial Literature
A children's book rarely receives widespread media attention, but that is exactly what happened in 2007, just weeks after the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association (ALA), announced The Higher Power...
Teacher Agency and Resilience in the Age of Neoliberalism
The recent trend of teacher resignation letters posted online and then going viral on social media has brought renewed attention to the issue of teacher attrition (Strauss, 2017; Walker, 2017). These resignation letters, and the attendant news coverage,...
Whiteness as a Dissonant State: Exploring One White Male Student Teacher's Experiences in Urban Contexts
Introduction I feel like a boxer who has to bob and weave to stay out of the reach of the many things that are trying to pull [my] attention away from what I should be working on. From dealing with administration, trying to keep students engaged, stopping...
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