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Teaching and Teacher Education

Teaching and Teacher Education


  Vol. 61, 1/2017


  • Teacher communities as a context for professional development: A systematic review, Katrien Vangrieken, Chloé Meredith, Tlalit Packer, Eva Kyndt
  • The impact of mindfulness on the wellbeing and performance of educators: A systematic review of the empirical literature, Tim Lomas, Juan Carlos Medina, Itai Ivtzan, Silke Rupprecht, Francisco José Eiroa-Orosa
  • An entrepreneurial adventure? Young women pre-service teachers in remote Aboriginal Australia, Claire Charles
  • Leveraging the community context of Family Math and Science Nights to develop culturally responsive teaching practices, SueAnn I. Bottoms, Kathryn Ciechanowski, Katrina Jones, Jenny de la Hoz, Ana Lu Fonseca
  • How teachers become teacher researchers: Narrative as a tool for teacher identity construction, Laura A. Taylor
  • Making transparent the challenges of developing a practice-based pedagogy of teacher education, Megan Madigan Peercy, Francis John Troyan
  • Four profiles of inclusive supportive teachers: Perceptions of their status and role in implementing inclusion of students with special needs in general classrooms, Bella Gavish
  • Self-directed online learning: A theoretical model for understanding elementary teachers' online learning experiences, Pamela Beach
  • Teachers use of fear appeals prior to a high-stakes examination: Is frequency linked to perceived student engagement and how do students respond?, David W. Putwain, Ghada Nakhla, Anthony Liversidge, Laura J. Nicholson, Benjamin Porter, Monika Reece
  • Agency, shame, and identity: Digital stories of teaching, Jane A. Van Galen
  • Lived experience and the ideologies of preservice social studies teachers, Elizabeth Anne Kenyon
  • Listening to many voices: Enacting social justice literacy curriculum, Thea Williamson
  • Chinese inclusive education teachers' agency within temporal-relational contexts, Yan Wang, Guanglun Michael Mu, Lili Zhang
  • Heritage education in the Primary School Standard Curriculum of Malaysia, Rabeeh Barghi, Zuraini Zakaria, Aswati Hamzah, Nor Hashimah Hashim
  • Exploring student teachers' motivation change in initial teacher education: A Chinese perspective, Rui Yuan, Lawrence Jun Zhang
  • Student teachers' experiences of participating in mixed peer mentoring groups of in-service and pre-service teachers in Finland, Hanna Korhonen, Hannu L.T. Heikkinen, Ulla Kiviniemi, Päivi Tynjälä
  • Effective inclusive teacher education for special educational needs and disabilities: Some more thoughts on the way forward, Deborah Robinson
  • Exploring the influence of professional development on teacher careers: A path model approach, Mike Coldwell
  • Exploring the role of identity in elementary preservice teachers who plan to specialize in science teaching, Meredith W. Kier, Tammy D. Lee


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