American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 2006-Jan-26 to 2006-Feb-02

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Defining and Assessing the Dispositions of Preservice Teacher Leaders
 Heider, Cindy.
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Democratic Classroom Practice and Implications for Teacher Education in the U.S., Czech Republic and Ukraine
 Miller, Mimi. and Kohen, Bob.
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Demonstrating Quality Field Experiences: Unit Assessment Systems
 Ruebel, Kim. and Basin, Bhupi.
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Developing Global Cultural Competence in School of Education Students: Optimizing the Study Abroad Course Experience
 Zgliczynski, Susan.
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Developing Leaders to Foster Instructional Change
 House, Lynn. and Varner, Lynn.
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Developing Partnerships With Public Schools to Provide a High-Quality Master's Degree Program
 McMahan, Gale.
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Developing Quality Through Improved Attitudes Toward Science and Science Teaching
 Paulson, Patricia.
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Developing Reflective Thought in Preservice Educators: A Collaborative Investigation of Experiential Learning, Role-plays, and Digital Video
 Kelley, Bridget., Robinson, LeAnne. and Parker, Jennifer.
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Developing Teachers as Leaders: New Visions for Program Development
 Quatroche, Diana. and Wepner, Shelley.
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Developing a Model to Encourage Study Abroad in Teacher Education
 Allen, Camille. and Antone, George.
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Did We Get What We Wanted? Are Ohio’s Alternate Licensed Teachers Filling the Demographic and Subject Matter Demands of School Districts?
 Wahrman, Judith., Lee, Corey., West, Mary., Gilbertson, Stephanie. and Zigler, Ted.
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Differentiated Instruction: The Benefits of Practicing What We Preach
 Schmidt, Tanya.
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Digital Portfolios in Teacher Education: Policy and Assessment Issues
 Mullen, Laurie. and Stuve, Matthew.
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Discerning Quality Through Dispositions Assessments: Philosophical and Political Contexts for Dispositions in Teacher Education
 Kershaw, Cheryl., Benner, Susan., Wishart, William., Cagle, Lynn., Long, Vena. and Boser, Judy.
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Discerning Quality Through Program Evaluation
 Clark, Patricia., Huber, Linda. and Schoenfeldt, Melinda.
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Discerning the Quality of Candidate Performance and Unit Capacity at a Large-Scale, Interdisciplinary, and Collaborative Teacher Education Program
 Frisbie, Richard. and Oakes, Teresa.
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Discrepancies Between Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy: A New View of Cultivating Teacher Candidates’ Dispositions
 Petrillo, Jay. and Foster, Maggie.
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Discursive Evaluations: Understanding Our Students Through Their Evaluations of Our Teaching
 Bendixen-Noe, Mary.
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Dispositional Differences Among College of Education Faculty
 Newton, Tom. and Giese, Mark.
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Dispositions and Social Acceptance of Minority Cultures From a Psychological Perspective
 Grant, Kathy., Singleton, Dorothy., Vargas, Manuel. and Anderson, Keith.
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Dispositions of Effective Teachers: The Heart, the Soul, and the Human Side of Teaching
 Redman, Margaret (Peggy).
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Diversifying Perspectives in a Global Society: A Cross-Cultural Exchange in The People’s Republic of China
 Gaylen, Nancy. and Helfer, Jason.
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Diversity Pedagogy: Examining the Role of Culture in the Teaching-Learning Process
 Sheets, Rosa Hernandez.
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Do Professional Development Schools Reduce Teacher Attrition?
 Latham, Nancy.
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Documenting Candidate, Program, and Unit Quality : “You Got to Show You Know You Know”
 Carroll, Jeri A.., Getz, Cheryl. and Spooner, Melba.
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American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 2006-Jan-26 to 2006-Feb-02
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