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Researching edTPA Promises and Problems Perspectives from English as an Additional Language, English Language Arts, and World Language Teacher Education


reviewed by Naomi J. Petersen - November 25, 2019

coverTitle: Researching edTPA Promises and Problems Perspectives from English as an Additional Language, English Language Arts, and World Language Teacher Education
Author(s): Pete Swanson & Susan A. Hildebrandt
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1641132345, Pages: 314, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 25, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23142, Date Accessed: 6/4/2020 8:31:26 AM

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  • Naomi Petersen
    Central Washington University
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    NAOMI J. PETERSEN is a Professor in the Department of Curriculum, Supervision, & Educational Leadership at Central Washington University. She teaches and researches topics related to assessment and instruction as well as professional development and dispositions. Building on the legacy of special education inclusion, she cultivated the partnerships resulting in the launch of CWUs interdisciplinary Accessibility Studies Program which she now directs. Her most recent publications include Its about time: Practical strategies for fostering meaningful time management competence in online courses, Mobbability: Understanding how a vulnerable academia can be healthier and An assessment framework for embedding significant and sustainable activity-based, course-based, and program-based service-learning.
 
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