Teacher Education Quarterly

Teacher Education Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 46, No. 4, Fall

Addressing Social, Emotional Development, and Resilience at the Heart of Teacher Education
Establishing the Present Focus on Social-Emotional Learning/Resilience Teacher education has found new direction in the demonstrated need for social-emotional development as a focus in our public schools. The imperative to prepare teachers who not...
Branding Culturally Relevant Teaching: A Call for Remixes
Cultural Relevancy as a Brand Some time ago, I received an article to review for an online periodical. Without giving the full title of the article, it was dubbed "Culturally Relevant Leadership: What Does It Take?" I read the article twice looking for...
Building a Classroom Community That Supports Students' Social/Moral Development
The Child Development Project Beginning in 1979, a small group comprising educational researchers, psychologists, teacher educators, and former teachers set out to devise an elementary school program to support the development of students' social-moral...
Challenges and Opportunities of Infusing Social, Emotional, Amd Cultural Competencies into Teacher Preparation: One Program's Story
Introduction Educators and policy makers have long recognized the need to address children's social-emotional health early in a student's schooling. The state of Ohio, where our program is located has had preschool standards for social-emotional learning...
Integrating Social-Emotional Learning and Culturally Responsive Teaching in Teacher Education Preparation Programs: The Massachusetts Experience So Far
In addition to describing our guiding framework and advocacy work, we will also share the challenges and opportunities that have been faced in the process. We also share "lessons learned" as guidance for all who believe in the vital importance of integrating...
Intrinsic Motivation as the Foundation for Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional and Academic Learning in Teacher Education
Introduction It is common knowledge that no amount of standards, benchmarks, and high-stakes testing can bring about school improvement without attention to teachers' knowledge and practices, grounded within the context of the communities they serve...
Introduction: Social Emotional Learning and Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Teaching Practices
Welcome to this special issue of Teacher Education Quarterly in which we focus on two critical and frequently siloed areas of study and practice in teacher education--social-emotional learning (SEL) (1) and culturally responsive and sustaining teaching...
Trust Your Team: Our Journey to Embed Social and Emotional Learning in a Teacher Education Program Focused on Social Justice
Introduction Every year my family gathers for a exuberant game of charades. No quote is out of bounds and newcomers to the game quickly learn to recite the mantra "Trust your team;" within the group someone will be able to take the idea and run with...
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