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Peeking Inside Pandora’s Box: One University’s Journey into the Redesign of Teacher Educator Preparation
Education Faculty Publications and Presentations
  • Frank Dykes, University of Texas at Tyler
  • Brenda K. Gilliam, University of Texas at Tyler
  • Joanna Neel, University of Texas at Tyler
  • Kathleen Everling, University of Texas at Tyler
Abstract
In the last two decades, there have been various calls for reform in teacher education programs to address the needs of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and students with disabilities. Consequently, many teacher education preparation programs are reviewing and redesigning their programs to meet the needs of the teacher of the 21st century. This manuscript will describe the development and implementation of a new certification program that integrates preservice teacher preparation, Special Education and English as a second language into a 123 hour degree program.
Publisher
Current Issues in Education, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University
Date of publication
8-15-2012
Language
English
Persistent identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10950/375
Document Type
Article
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Publisher Citation
Dykes, F., Gilliam, B., Everling, K., & Neel, J. (2012). Peeking inside Pandora’s box: One university’s journey into the redesign of teacher education preparation. Current Issues in Education. 2(15), 1-9.
Citation Information
Frank Dykes, Brenda K. Gilliam, Joanna Neel and Kathleen Everling. "Peeking Inside Pandora’s Box: One University’s Journey into the Redesign of Teacher Educator Preparation" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joanna-neel/3/