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This paper explores the role of online discussion in the ways it fosters critical literacy by analyzing the online discourse of the teachers in an online literature course. The 13 participants were mostly in-service teachers in K-12 settings throughout New England. Implications relating to both the online nature of teaching and the various strategies to foster critical literacy in everyday classrooms are described.
Updated: Feb. 21, 2010
This article explores of critical pedagogy, and the process and experiences of 22 preservice teachers enrolled in a required teacher education course, Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice, who collaboratively developed and taught the course syllabus to one another. Results indicated that students preferred deeper, richer dialogues on the social issues they chose to study.
Updated: Nov. 26, 2008
The study involved collective knowledge generation between school-university partnerships, as university tutors, mentor teachers engaged in a new mediating lesson plan study. The study showed resolving contradictions in the school- university zone, and helped student-teachers learned to teach from all educators.
Updated: Jun. 10, 2008
This manuscript describes the efforts of several instructors who incorporated videoconferencing in their teacher education courses at two large universities in the southeastern United States. Professors preparing teachers to teach elementary and middle school examined their interactive videoconference experiences linking preservice teachers with students in real classroom settings.
Updated: Jun. 01, 2008