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In the present study, the authors examine their own experiences as female junior scholars with multicultural backgrounds teaching at the same Hispanic-serving institution. The research suggests that more understanding is needed about the experiences of mixed-heritage faculty in academia, as well as the ways in which faculty from any background may develop multiple affiliations with cultural communities and pursue professional agendas related to communities that they do not neatly fit into.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2011
Teacher Preparation in a Post-Totalitarian Society: An Interpretation of Ukrainian Teacher Educators' Stereotypes
There is no doubt that Ukrainians want change for democratic citizenship and European integration. However, Ukraine's educational system, inherited from the Soviet era, remains predominantly authoritarian despite centralized educational reforms. Discussing the challenges of pedagogical re-conceptualization reflected in the interviews of teacher educators, the authors define seven major stereotypes of educating pre-service teachers and suggest recommendations for educational change that would promote the building and strengthening of democracy in this post-conflict society.
Updated: Jun. 15, 2008