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Teacher Education Yearbook XXIV

Establishing a Sense of Place for All Learners in 21st Century Classrooms and Schools
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ISBN-13:
9781475824582
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
290
Autor:
Leann G. Putney
Serie:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Brianne W. Morettini, Rowan University
Nathan D. Brubaker, Monash University

Stephanie P. Pepper, Arkansas Tech University

Section One. Summary
Nancy P. Gallavan and LeAnn G. Putney

SECTION TWO. ESTABLISHING A SENSE OF PLACE FOR CANDIDATES IN ALL CLASSROOMS
Section Two. Introduction
LeAnn G. Putney and Nancy P. Gallavan

Donna Wake, University of Central Arkansas

Nancy P. Gallavan, University of Central Arkansas
Angela Webster-Smith, University of Central Arkansas
Barrett W. M. Petty, Jacksonville Lighthouse College Preparatory Academy; Jacksonville, AR
Samantha S. Mercado, Beebe School District; Beebe, AR

Patricia Kohler-Evans, University of Central Arkansas

Section Two. Summary
LeAnn G. Putney and Nancy P. Gallavan

SECTION THREE. ESTABLISHING A SENSE OF PLACE FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING ALL CONTENT
Section Three. Introduction
Nancy P. Gallavan and LeAnn G. Putney

Mary Ellen Oslick, Stetson University
Tammy R. Benson, University of Central Arkansas
Sunny Styles-Foster, University of Central Arkansas

Rachelle Miller
Alicia Cotabish
Deborah Dailey
University of Central Arkansas

Lori Fulton
Seungoh Paek
Jon Yoshioka
University of Hawai¿i at Ma¯noa

Eucabeth Odhiambo
Nellie Orr Cyr
Han Liu
Robert Ziegenfuss
Shippensburg University

Section Three. Summary
Nancy P. Gallavan and LeAnn G. Putney

SECTION FOUR. ESTABLISHING A SENSE OF PLACE FOR ALL LEARNERS
Section Four. Introduction
LeAnn G. Putney and Nancy P. Gallavan

Claudia Phillips Joplin, Independent Educational Research Consultant
Kathy Deen Evans, The University of Tennessee at Martin

Debi Khasnabis
Simona Goldin
Kelly McMahon
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Laura Bower-Phipps
Helen Marx
Southern Connecticut State University

Nykela Jackson, University of Central Arkansas
Sunny Styles-Foster, University of Central Arkansas
Jarrett Landor, Southern University and A&M College

Aileen J. Watts, Arkansas Tech University

Section Four. Summary
LeAnn G. Putney and Nancy P. Gallavan

Afterword
LeAnn G. Putney and Nancy P. Gallavan
The Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) Yearbook XXIV offers 16 captivating chapters related to establishing a sense of place or belonging for P-12 students, classroom teachers, teacher candidates, and teacher educators. The chapters include theory, research, concepts, principles, practices, and programs that inform and support as well as question and challenge readers from multiple perspectives. Readers gain insights and inspiration that illustrate ways teachers and learners negotiate meaning in environments where everyone experiences social and cultural connections with personal and academic fulfillment. Collectively, the authors identify, describe, analyze, and advance issues associated with creating both an individual and a shared sense of place among the ever-changing populations in contemporary P-12 schools and classrooms. Like human geographers, teacher educators and educational researchers study environments where children grow up and create bonds with their early environments that continue to influence them throughout their lives based on the ways in which meaning is negotiated in that early space. Candidates, teachers, and teacher educators benefit by investigating the presence and power of these landscapes impacting the teaching, learning, and schooling.