Teacher Education Quarterly

Teacher Education Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 1, Winter

A Message from the Outgoing Editor
Dear Teacher Education Quarterly Readers, As I conclude my three years as editor of Teacher Education Quarterly (TEQ), I wish to thank the Editorial Board for their service, Reyes Quezada for his help as Associate Editor, Alan Jones at Caddo Gap,...
"Everyone Wants You to Do Everything": Investigating the Professional Identity Development of Teacher Educators
Teaching, teachers, teacher education, and teacher learning have received considerable research attention in the United States over the last few decades (for reviews, see Ball & Tyson, 2011; Cochran-Smith & Zeichner, 2005; Sikula, Buttery,...
Supporting Teachers of Color as They Negotiate Classroom Pedagogies of Race: A Study of a Teacher's Struggle with "Friendly-Fire" Racism
Calls to increase the dismally low number of teachers of color in K-12 schools are often based on "demographic and democratic imperatives" (Achinstein & Ogawa, 2011). As Achinstein and Ogawa have explained, the demographic imperative attempts to...
What Concerns School Teachers Today? Identity Conflict Centrality Scale for Measuring Teacher Identity: A Validation Study
Identity is a structure with several elements that are integrated dynamically and change gradually throughout the life-span (Erikson, 1968). The gradual organization of the many partial and contradictory elements into one coherent structure adapted...
When Theory Meets the "Reality of Reality": Reviewing the Sufficiency of the Social Model of Disability as a Foundation for Teacher Preparation for Inclusive Education
The enactment of inclusive education, derived from a disability studies in education (DSE) framework and perspective, is a distinctly political and counterhegemonic act (Corbett & Slee, 2000). Teaching within a broad schooling context that seeks...
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