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This study examines the global-mindedness of introductory-level teacher education candidates at a research university in the southeastern United States. Findings indicate that participants were moderately globally minded; however, participants took a neutral stance on more than one third of survey items suggesting a high-level of lack of awareness or indifference. The participants were particularly indifferent on items related to interconnectedness and globalcentrism.
Updated: Jan. 25, 2016
This study examined the relationship between the past and current reading habits of pre-service teachers in relation to their reading and writing abilities. Teacher candidates who received higher scores on the comprehension subtest of the Nelson-Denny Reading Test recalled a higher degree of early school emphasis on enjoying stories and mastering reading skills, frequent childhood visits to the library, frequently being read to as a child and a higher degree of enjoyment associated with reading.
Updated: Dec. 26, 2010
Exploring the Quality of Early Childhood Education in China: Implications for Early Childhood Teacher Education
This exploratory study was designed to measure the quality of early childhood education utilizing the Early Childhood Learning Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ECERS-R) in 40 classrooms in Beijing, China. Implications for early childhood teacher education are addressed.
Updated: Oct. 28, 2009