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Connecting Religion and Teacher Identity: The Unexplored Relationship between Teachers and Religion in Public Schools
This article uses literature on religion, multiculturalism, teacher identity, and popular culture to connect teachers' private religious identifications to their professional identities in public school classrooms. It supports future research in this area and provides a theoretical framework for subsequent studies.
Updated: Dec. 09, 2009
The demographics of classroom teachers and teacher educators do not mirror the diversity found in today's schools. As we prepare preservice teachers to be quality educators for all students, we must work to ensure that they are examining issues of equity and diversity that will affect those they teach. The article examines this challenge from the author's perspective as a teacher educator. Through self-study research, the author considers how she, as a white, female, middle-class teacher educator, attempted to help preservice teachers to think beyond their own experiences. In the end, what she categorized as a strictly intellectual pursuit uncovered something much deeper: the impact of emotion on learning in a university classroom.
Updated: Aug. 24, 2009