by Alison Cook-Sather
In the context of a program that pairs undergraduate students and college faculty members in semester-long partnerships to explore and revise pedagogical practices, this discussion offers an invitation to reframe both how we conceptualize differences of position, perspective, and identity, and how we think about our relationships with others in higher education.
by Abby Reisman
This study explored how teachers and students in five 11th-grade classrooms participated in whole-class discussion, using intervention materials designed to promote text-based disciplinary discussion. Analysis of videotaped instruction sought to (a) determine the degree to which the instructional materials fostered disciplinary discussion about texts, and (b) analyze teacher talk moves that characterized effective facilitation of such discussions.
Education researcher Robert Meyer discusses his co-authored article, Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Using Value-Added Models of High School Achievement. Watch and discuss this episode of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Sarah Butler Jessen
In the wake of the presidential election, the author argues that we must shift our educational policy values toward more collective and democratic goals.
by Gary Natriello
The editors of the Teachers College Record announce a call for proposals for future TCR Yearbooks.