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Finding Freedom in Dialectic Inquiry: New Teachers’ Responses to Silencing

by Deborah Bieler & Anne Burns Thomas - 2009

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 4, 2009, p. 1030-1064
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15230, Date Accessed: 7/5/2020 8:41:33 PM
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  • Deborah Bieler
    University of Delaware
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    DEBORAH BIELER is an assistant professor of English and the coordinator of English Education field placements at the University of Delaware. In her research and teaching, she aspires to support new teachers as they develop their agency and engage together in activist, transformative practice, particularly with underserved student populations. Her current projects explore the roles of dialogue in student teacher/teacher educator relationships, the attunement to issues of difference in teacher preparation programs, and the professional experiences of new teachers who are committed to social justice. One recent publication is “Changing the Subject: Building Critical and Compassionate Communities in English and English Education Classrooms” (Perspectives on Urban Education, Vol. 4, Issue 1), available at http://www.urbanedjournal.org/articles/article0024.html.
  • Anne Burns Thomas
    SUNY College at Cortland
    ANNE BURNS THOMAS is an assistant professor in the Foundations and Social Advocacy Department in the School of Education at SUNY College at Cortland. Additionally, she is the coordinator of Cortland’s Urban Recruitment of Educators (C.U.R.E) program, a comprehensive program in urban education to prepare qualified teachers for the challenges of working in high-need urban schools in New York state. A former middle school English teacher in Philadelphia, her research interests include the nature of support for new teachers in urban schools, alternative certification programs, and teacher research. One recent publication is “Envisioning Elementary Literacy Methods Courses: Learning to Teach From Multimedia Images of Practice” with Katherine Schultz, available at http://gallery.carnegiefoundation.org/insideteaching/quest/anne_burns-thomas_&_katherine_schultz.html.
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