Teacher Education Quarterly

Teacher Education Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 4, Fall

A Dynamic Relationship: The Impact of Formal and Informal Assessment on a Professional Development School for In-Service Non-Credentialed Teachers
Introduction Over the past decade many university-based teacher education programs and school districts have forged partnerships creating restructured, collaborative programs aimed at improving teaching and learning for credential candidates (CCs),...
Assessing the Impact of Service-Learning on Preservice Teachers in an After-School Program
Integrating community service with learning in the public school curriculum is not a new idea in education. The concept of service-learning has deep historical roots and there are numerous examples reported in research of the implementation of this...
Assessing the Special Education Faculty Shortage: The Crisis in California-A Statewide Study of the Professoriate
The imbalance of supply and demand for special education faculty continues to be a national concern (Smith, Pion, Tyler, & Gilmore, 2003; Smith, Pion, Tyler, Sindelar, & Rosenberg, 2001). While the number of earned doctoral degrees awarded...
Editor's Introduction: Teachers and Teacher Education Research
As editor I often receive online press releases and news briefs from sources near and far. Recently John Perricone, a veteran high school teacher from New York state, emailed me a press release announcing the publication of a his book, Zen and the...
Implementing a Social Justice Perspective in Teacher Education: Invisible Burden for Faculty of Color
Context Introduction It is as if we are all on a river that flows quietly and gently along. Most of my friends, students, and colleagues float on this river in a strong, sturdy boat of their majority status--a boat I cannot get into because I...
Naming Inquiry: PDS Teachers' Perceptions of Teacher Research and Living an Inquiry Stance toward Teaching
Introduction There is an abundance of literature focusing on teacher inquiry or educational action research (Dana & Yendol-Silva, 2003; Cochran-Smith, 2002; Cochran-Smith & Lytle, 2001, 1999, 1993, 1992, 1990; Burnaford et al, 2001; Noffke...
Preparing Moral Eductors in an Era of Standards-Based Reform
Introduction: Moral Education is Essential Debate over the aims of public education never ends. However, preparing a new generation of citizens is one of the aims for which there is a broad consensus (e.g., Carnegie Corporation of New York and the...
Preservice Teachers' Observations of Cooperating Teachers and Peers While Participating in an Early Field Experience
Because of the value of authentic classroom experiences, teacher education programs in the United States typically include one or more early field experiences prior to final full-time student teaching. These early field experiences play a crucial role...
Professional Lives of Teacher Educators in an Era of Mandated Reform
This article addresses the topic of professional lives of teacher educators in an era of mandated reform from the perspective of a teacher educator at a large, comprehensive urban institution in California. Successively as director of student teaching...
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