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Autor/inn/enDover, Alison G.; Henning, Nick; Agarwal-Rangnath, Ruchi; Dotson, Erica K.
TitelIt's Heart Work: Critical Case Studies, Critical Professional Development, and Fostering Hope among Social Justice-Oriented Teacher Educators
QuelleIn: Multicultural Perspectives, 20 (2018) 4, S.229-239 (16 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1521-0960
DOI10.1080/15210960.2018.1527154
SchlagwörterSocial Justice; Faculty Development; Teacher Educators; Neoliberalism; Educational Policy; Critical Theory; Race; Psychological Patterns; Ethnography; Activism; College Faculty; Communities of Practice; Sexual Identity; Sexual Orientation; Homosexuality; Christianity; Video Technology; African American Students; Teacher Student Relationship; Teaching Methods; Black Dialects; Teacher Education Programs; White Students; Student Attitudes; Police; Teacher Attitudes
AbstractAs social justice-oriented teachers and teacher educators, it can seem as if we are fighting a losing battle against neoliberal education policies designed to disrupt and dismantle our field. In this article we draw upon traditions of critical race theory, counterstorying, and critical hope to examine the complex realities of contemporary teacher education and envision an alternate reality in which our profession develops and thrives. To do so, we first present a series of autoethnographic critical case studies that highlight dilemmas of practice. We then invite readers to examine each case through multiple lenses, as they grapple with the complexities of a visionary path forward. In so doing, we offer tools for critical professional development that articulate, deconstruct, and reimagine social justice-oriented teacher education and activism in this changing landscape. We close with recommendations to increase our collective capacity as social justice teacher educators, placing a central emphasis on the need for community, critical professional development, and hope. (As Provided).
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