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Exploring Freirean Culture Circles and Boalian Theatre as Pedagogies for Preparing Asset-Oriented Teacher Educators


by Jamy Stillman & John Luciano Beltramo - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 6, 2019, p. 1-38
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22740, Date Accessed: 12/6/2019 8:01:58 AM
 
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  • Jamy Stillman
    University of Colorado Boulder
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    JAMY STILLMAN is associate professor of educational equity and cultural diversity and of research on teaching and teacher education at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research examines relationships between policy, teacher education, and teaching, particularly in relation to bi/multilingual K–12 learners. Dr. Stillman has published numerous articles in refereed journals, including Journal of Teacher Education and Review of Educational Research, among others. Most recently she coauthored (with Lauren Anderson) Teaching for Equity in Complex Times: Negotiating Standards in a High-Performing Bilingual School (Teachers College Press, 2017).
  • John Beltramo
    Regis University
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    JOHN LUCIANO BELTRAMO is an assistant professor of education at Regis University. His research explores how approaches to dialogue such as culture circles and cogenerative dialogues can advance teacher learning toward more equity-centered classroom practices. Dr. Beltramo’s work has recently appeared in Teaching and Teacher Education, Urban Education, and International Journal of Student Voice.
 
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