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Unfinishedness: Striving for a Viable Partnership Between TFA and its University Partner


by Barbara Meyers, Teresa R. Fisher, Monica Alicea & Kolt M. Bloxson - 2014


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 116 Number 10, 2014, p. 1-32
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17603, Date Accessed: 12/4/2021 12:32:08 AM
 
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  • Barbara Meyers
    Georgia State University
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    BARBARA MEYERS is Chair of the Department of Early Childhood Education. She is interested in systems-level educational change and teacher development. She has taught undergraduate and graduate students including TFA Corps Members.
  • Teresa Fisher
    Georgia State University
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    TERESA R. FISHER, coordinator and instructor of the ECE Master of Arts in Teaching program, supports urban elementary teachers working for social justice. She has joined preservice and practicing teachers inquiring into their practices and pedagogies and worked to create and maintain partnerships with schools and nonprofits to foster teacher development for critical change.
  • Monica Alicea
    Georgia State University
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    MONICA ALICEA is a recent graduate and a Gifted Education Specialist with 22 years of teaching experience. She has been researching this program for 5 years. Her research specifically focuses on teacher development through reflection and coaching.
  • Kolt Bloxson
    Georgia State University
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    KOLT M. BLOXSON is a doctoral student and a Teach For America alumnus. Her research interests include teacher development, mathematics education, and social justice education.
 
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