California Council on Teacher Education

Issues in Teacher Education

Mission Statement

Issues in Teacher Education (ITE) is a scholarly publication focused on the education of teachers from initial preparation through induction and ongoing professional growth.  ITE examines teaching from a practical stance, inviting commentary, discussion and analysis on the nature and quality of the profession from a variety of perspectives.

 

Current Issue of ITE

Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2013

Issues in Teacher Education
Ethics in Teaching and Learning:
Guest Editors’ Introduction
Kathleen Faith Mikitka-Gomez & Kathleen Holowach

Theme Articles
Attending to Ethical and Moral Dispositions in Teacher Education.....17
Richard D. Osguthorpe

Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions about Ethical Practices in Student Evaluation.................................................29
Daniel J. Bergman

A Dialogic Construction of Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession....................................................................49
Déirdre Mary Smith

Strategies to Support Ethical Reasoning in Student Argumentation......................63
Joan Carlton Griswold & Jeanne Ting Chowning

Resolving Ethical Issues at School.....77
Jacques S. Benninga

Non-Theme Articles
Teacher Reflection: Supports, Barriers, and Results..............................................89
Elizabeth L. Jaeger

Investigating Perceptions of Teachers and Teaching Using the Draw-a-Teacher Checklist.................................105
Becky B. Sinclair, Susan Szabo,
Adrienne Redmond-Sanogo, & Jennifer D. Sennette

An Initial Investigation into the Mathematical Background of Those Who Pass the CSET for Mathematics..................................................................125
Jorgen Berglund

Call for Manuscripts

Call for Papers for Theme Issue

TBD

Issues in Teacher Education is a peer- reviewed journal published twice yearly by the California Council on Teacher Education (CCTE). Issues in Teacher Education publishes original manuscripts focusing on topics, concerns, and methodologies for improving the quality of teacher education broadly defined to include pre-service preparation, the induction years, and the professional development of career teachers.

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CCTE

Founded in 1945, the California Council on the Education of Teachers (now the California Council on Teacher Education as of July 2001) is a non-profit organization devoted to stimulating the improvement of the pre-service and in-service education of teachers and administrators. The Council attends to this general goal with the support of a community of teacher educators, drawn from diverse constituencies, who seek to be informed, reflective, and active regarding significant research, sound practice, and current public educational issues.

Upcoming Conferences

The CCTE Spring 2014 Conference will be held March 27-29 around the theme “New Teaching and Learning Spaces.”

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