At the Office of Professional Preparation, we strive to make evidence-based research available for our faculty, staff, students, administrators, and field partners. Below is a collection of articles we found compelling and thought provoking as we looked at the current research landscape surrounding teacher preparation and fieldwork. Please note that for some articles you will need to provide your BU library credentials.
- The power of one-to-one coaching: Preparing pre-service teachers for the early childhood literacy classroom
- Studying teacher preparation: The questions that drive research
- Democratizing teacher education
- Teachers’ views of their preparation for inclusive education and collaboration
- Science teacher preparation in a North American context
- Bodies of knowledge: The concept of embodiment as an alternative to theory/practice debates in the preparation of teachers
- Teacher education in practice around the world: An examination of teacher education coursework in teacher education programs in Finland, Norway, and the United States
- Helping prepare teachers in Massachusetts for day one
- Solving the special ed teacher shortage: Quality, not quantity
- Teacher shortage? Or teacher pipeline problem?
- Early childhood students’ professional growth in the USA: Areas of confidence and concern
- Renewing special education teacher preparation field experience placements, activities, and research: Do we know the difference maker?
- “Don’t leave us out there alone”: A framework for supporting supervisors