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Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies

Volume 19, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Hardiness and its role in the stress–burnout relationship among prospective Chinese teachers in Hong Kong

    David W. Chan

    Hardiness, teacher stress and burnout were assessed in a sample of 83 Chinese prospective teachers in Hong Kong. Teachers’ different responses to positively and negatively worded hardiness items... More

    pp. 381-395

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  2. Diversity-related burnout among teachers

    Moshe Tatar & Gabriel Horenczyk

    “Diversity-related burnout” is put forward as a concept that can add to our understanding of the negative impact of the daily coping with culturally diverse students on teachers. A Principal... More

    pp. 397-408

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  3. Overcoming resistance to change: a case study of revision and renewal in a US secondary education teacher preparation program

    Tariq Akmal & Darcy Miller

    Historically, secondary teacher preparation in the United States has been slow to respond to changes in public education. Using Goodlad's concept of educational renewal to bridge the traditional... More

    pp. 409-420

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  4. Teacher accommodative change

    Maher Z. Hashweh

    This paper proposes that teachers who undergo accommodative change do so if they are internally motivated to learn; become aware of their implicit ideas and practices and critically examine them;... More

    pp. 421-434

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  5. “This is kind of giving a secret away...”: students’ perspectives on effective class management

    Donetta J. Cothran, Pamela Hodges Kulinna & Deborah A. Garrahy

    Class management is a critical challenge for educators. Previous management research focused largely on the teacher, ignoring the impetus and target of teacher action, the student. It was the... More

    pp. 435-444

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  6. Pre-service teachers learning mathematics using calculators: a failure to connect current and future practice

    Sharon B. Walen, Steven R. Williams & Bradley E. Garner

    This study brings to the forefront pre-service teachers’ contrasting views between their own use of calculators and their views of appropriate use of calculators in the elementary school classroom.... More

    pp. 445-462

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