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Barbara Madeloni

Neoliberal policies in teacher education marginalise faculty voice, narrow conceptions of teaching and learning and redefine how we know ourselves, our students and our work. Pressured within audit culture and the constant surveillance of accountability regimes to participate in practices that dehumanise, silence and de-form education, teacher educators are caught between compliance and complicity or the potential and risks of resistance. Written from my lived experience within the neoliberal regime of teacher education, this article examines the vulnerabilities, fears and risks that shape our choices, as well as the possibilities for ethical, answerable action.

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“Farmers Don't Dance”

The Construction of Gender in a Rural Scottish School

Fiona G. Menzies and Ninetta Santoro

understand how gender is not a natural taken-for-granted way of being, but a social construct, one that is discursively shaped by everyday practices, including those of schooling. Potentially, initial teacher education and continuing professional development

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Shih-Hsiung Liu

information ( Rogoff 1990 ; Vygotsky 1978 ). Teacher education students who undertake dialogue-based learning for education-related topics may potentially develop a more profound understanding than students who do not. Dialogue-based peer learning (DBPL

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Digital Media and Contested Visions of Education

Wesley Shumar and Susan Wright

Africa can access the World Wide Web ( Parr 2013 ). The U.K.’s Open University’s ‘open distance learning approach’ develops materials suitable for mobiles or for printing in hard copies. According to its own website, the Teacher Education in Sub

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Fatima Khan, Claudia Mitchell, and Marni Sommer

substance and politics of women’s concerns’ (2000: 255). Moreover, gender equality work in teacher education cannot only focus on teaching strategies to encourage girls’ participation, but must connect with teachers’ own gender perspectives, concerns

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Theorizing Boys’ Literacies and Boys’ Literatures in Contemporary Times

Garth Stahl and Cynthia Brock

. doi:10.1108/ETPC-06-2015-0050 . Cervetti , Gina , James Damico , and P. David Pearson 2006 . “ Multiple Literacies, New Literacies, and Teacher Education .” Theory into Practice 45 ( 4 ): 378 – 386 . doi:10.1207/s15430421tip4504_12 . 10

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Monica Reichenberg

Expectations?” Journal of Science Teacher Education 18, no. 4 (2007):599–628. 5 Sture Långström, “Författarröst Och Lärobokstradition: En Historiedidaktisk Studie” (PhD diss., Umeå universitet, 1997). 6 Ibid. 7 Päivi Atjonen, Irmeli Halinen, Seppo Hämäläinen

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Eva Insulander, Fredrik Lindstrand, and Staffan Selander

, no. 1 (2000): 30–43. 2 Matthew Koehler and Punya Mishra, “What Is Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge?” Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 9, no. 1 (2009): 60–70. 3 Pithamber Polsani, “Use and Abuse of Reusable Learning

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“I Hope Nobody Feels Harassed”

Teacher Complicity in Gender Inequality in a Middle School

Susan McCullough

Journal of Teacher Education 34 , no. 1 : 54 – 68 . 10.14221/ajte.2009v34n1.5 Dewhurst , Marit . 2014 . Social Justice Art: A Framework for Activist Art Pedagogy . Cambridge, MA : Harvard Education Press . Eliasson , Miriam A. , Kerstin

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Enacting inclusivity in the preparation of emerging scholars

A response to programme reform in higher education

Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes, and Kristin Deal

), ‘ Aggressive and tender navigations: teacher educators confront whiteness in their practice ’, Journal of Teacher Education 61 , no. 3 : 225 – 236 . https://doi.org/10.1177/0022487109359776 . 10.1177/0022487109359776 hooks , b . ( 1994 ), Teaching to