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Innovation and Impact in Teacher Education: Community-Based Organizations as Field Placements for Preservice Teachers


by Morva A. McDonald, Kersti Tyson, Kate Brayko, Michael Bowman, John Delport & Fuyu Shimomura - 2011


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 113 Number 8, 2011, p. 1668-1700
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16162, Date Accessed: 11/12/2019 2:28:10 PM
 
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About the Author
  • Morva McDonald
    University of Washington
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    MORVA MCDONALD is an assistant professor of education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Washington. Her research interests include teacher education and the preparation of teachers for diversity, as well as students’ opportunities to learn in and out of school. She uses sociocultural theories of learning to frame and understand teacher preparation and students’ opportunities to learn. Publications include: “The Integration of Social Justice in Teacher Education: Dimensions of Prospective Teachers’ Opportunities to Learn,” Journal of Teacher Education, 56.
  • Kersti Tyson
    University of Washington
    KERSTI TYSON is a doctoral candidate in the Learning Sciences program in the College of Education at the University of Washington. Her PhD dissertation examines the role of listening and learning in formal and informal educational contexts. In addition, she is engaged in scholarship that focuses on teacher education and preparing teachers to educate children from diverse backgrounds. She is a former middle school algebra teacher and has experience working at the state level in New Mexico on teacher quality policies.
  • Kate Brayko
    University of Washington
    KATE BRAYKO is a Ph.D. candidate in Curriculum and Instruction (Language, Literacy, & Culture) at the University of Washington. She is a literacy teacher educator, and her research interests include literacy instruction, teacher quality, and partnerships in teacher education. She has worked as a teacher of reading and writing in schools, jails, and community centers in both rural and urban contexts.
  • Michael Bowman
    University of Washington
    MICHAEL BOWMAN is a doctoral student in social and cultural foundations of education at the University of Washington. His work focuses on the relationship between urban spatial development, community organization, and schooling.
  • John Delport
    University of Washington
    JOHN DELPORT is a special education doctoral student at the University of Washington. He has taught in self-contained EBD special education classrooms in the United States, as well as in South Africa. He is interested in issues of over- and underrepresentation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education and the juvenile justice system.
  • Fuyu Shimomura
    University of Washington
    FUYU SHIMOMURA is a PhD student in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Washington. His research interests lie within multicultural teacher education, especially the inclusion of community-based cultural immersion in teacher education and its influence on preservice teachers’ development of intercultural competence.
 
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