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Breaking Down the Classroom Walls: A Journey into Co-Teaching and Interdisciplinary Instruction in Teacher Preparation By Brandon Butler and Stephen Burgin Dr. Butler and ...
What Does it Mean to be a Teacher Educator in Today’s Rapidly Changing World? by Adrian D. Martin, Ph.D. Dr. Martin wrote the article “Teacher Educator Identity as a Relational Ontology: ...
Real World Impact: Lessons Learned Through Studying an Early Warning Dropout Prevention Program in Washington State High Schools by Dr. David Knight and Dr. Julia Duncheon What is the role of university ...
In Pursuit of Equity for Multilingual Students in Mathemetics: What Do Teachers Need Support In? by Am elia Q. Rivera and Samantha A. Marshall As school bells ring ...
Smart Is a Costume That Not Everyone Is Allowed to Wear: A dis/abled educator’s reflections on how whiteness and ableism shape our expectations by Autumn Wilke How do you ...
Implementation of Social Inclusion to Support Refugee Students’ Well-Being in Victoria, Australia: A Study of School Reports and Policies by Huu Loc Nguyen and Ahmed Bawa Kuyini Refugees leave their home countries ...
Social Justice Leadership: The Backbone in Inquiry-Based and Transformative Education by Lucijan Jović As Nelson Mandella once said, “education is the most powerful weapon with which ...
By Sharon McDonough and Narelle Lemon Dr. McDonough is a researcher in teacher education with advanced disciplinary knowledge of sociocultural theories of teacher emotion, resilience, and wellbeing. Sharon brings ...
KDP Convo 2023 starts Thursday! If you’re joining us in St. Louis this week, we can’t wait to see you, but even if you can’t be there, you can still review our list of great Speakers , follow along on the Schedule of Events ...
By Erin Nerlino Erin wrote the article “From Heroes to Scapegoats: Teacher Perceptions of the Media and Public’s Portrayal of Teachers during COVID-10” in the latest quarterly issue of The Educational Forum. The article ...
By Joyce Wilson Teaching is a challenging profession, especially if you’re a new teacher. Fortunately, you can implement strategies to stay organized, focused, and effective in your teaching career. I’m going to share ...
The Teacher Advocate has more than 100 searchable articles on everyday topics that will always be relevant to new and returning teachers. Here are some examples of our best to give you a hand, whether you’re new to the ...
By Carl Grant and Alexandra Allweisss In our article, “ 'Going for Broke': Working with Teacher Candidates to Bring about Intersectional Socially Just Teaching,” in the current issue of The Educational Forum (available ...
By Lin Wu The author wrote the article “Enacting Hip-Hop Pedagogy for Joy and Justice” in Volume 87, Issue 3 of KDP’s The Educational Forum . It is available free in the month of August. Six years after President ...
By Kyle L. Chong and Sheila M. Orr The authors collaborated on the article “Toward an Antiracist Pedagogy of Humanizing Co-creatorship in Teacher Education,” in Volume 87, Issue 3, of KDP’s The Educational Forum . It ...
By Susanne Dunn When you walk around an elementary school, you regularly see students practicing lining up properly, transitioning from rug time to desk time, responding to questions, and moving through classroom stations. ...
By Zareen Gul Aga (Rahman) The author wrote “Pre-service Mathematics Teachers’ Experience with Productive Struggle,” which is published in Volume 87, Issue 2 of the KDP Forum. It is available free in the month of June. ...
By Jacek Polubiec Most of us agree that the idea that leaders just lead, teachers just teach, and students just learn is a thing of the past. Innovative schools have been blurring these traditional boundaries for years, ...
By Michael G. Ryan Michael Ryan and co-authors Megan Cziraky , Kristen Kain , Helena McKendrick , and Meredith Miller published the article “ Learning, Growing, Embracing, Transitioning, and Changing: Exploring ...
By Kyle W. Lickel “Explosions.” That’s what popped in my head as I pondered the question: “What is going to get students to actually want to attend class and be engaged?” If I could put together an entire ...