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This study aimed to investigate student teachers’ beliefs, understanding, and challenge of elementary classroom management strategies. The results revealed that three of the four participants did not develop a strong teacher identity because there were barriers to that development. These participants did not challenge school-based educator (SBE) management practices even when they disagreed with their SBE. However, one participant had a strong teacher identity and navigated trying new strategies. This participant who enacted positive practices benefited from a strong orientation toward serving all pupils.
Updated: Feb. 22, 2018
The purpose of this research was to explore attitudes about and practices of preservice special and social studies education teachers toward coteaching. Two findings emerged in this study. First, the students were open minded about coteaching but had concerns about the process. Second, the students conceptualized their fields as separate spheres of knowledge and practice, quite isolated from each other, and they perceived their roles as coteachers as different as well.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2011