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Researching Quality in Teaching: Enduring and Emerging Challenges


by Robert G. Croninger, Linda Valli & Marylin J. Chambliss 2012

This paper introduces the special issue on Teaching Quality


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 114 Number 4, 2012, p. 1-15
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16652, Date Accessed: 11/1/2014 2:52:55 AM

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  • Robert Croninger
    University of Maryland
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    ROBERT G. CRONINGER is an associate professor and associate chair for the Department of Education Policy Studies at the University of Maryland. He studies the manner in which educational policies and practices influence the distribution of educational opportunities. His current research focuses on the challenges of studying teaching and identifying instructional practices that affect learning, particularly for students who have been historically disadvantaged in elementary and secondary schools. His work appears in a range of journals, including American Educational Research Journal, Educational Researcher, Educational Evaluation & Policy Analysis, Sociology of Education, and Teachers College Record.
  • Linda Valli
    University of Maryland
    LINDA VALLI is the inaugural Jeffrey and David Mullan Professor in Teacher Education-Professional Development at the University of Maryland. Her research interests focus on teaching and teacher education, especially as they relate to issues of equity. Understanding the important influence of teachers on student learning and engagement with the educational enterprise, Valli has focused much of her teaching and research on helping preservice and in-service teachers study their own practice and reflect on ways to improve the learning context, especially for low-achieving, disengaged students. Her research appears in a range of journals, including the American Educational Research Journal, the American Journal of Education, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Journal of Teacher Education, and Teachers College Record.
  • Marylin Chambliss
    University of Maryland
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    MARILYN J. CHAMBLISS is an associate professor emerita, College of Education, University of Maryland. Her scholarship focuses on promoting content area literacy for all children. Believing that educational issues are complex, she has pursued a mixed methodology guided by the questions she is asking. Recently, she has become interested in philosophical issues related to the question, How do we know? She has published her work in three books and numerous journals, including Reading Research Quarterly, Written Communication, Discourse Processes, Educational Psychologist, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, and Contemporary Educational Psychology.
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