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1. Interruptions: Thinking-in-Action in Teacher Education
Cara Furman; Shannon Larsen
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2020   VOL. 122   NO. 4  

2. Inquiring Into Notions of Educational Improvement by Teaching Where We Think: Philosophical Meditations as a Practice of Teacher Education
Marםa Paula Ghiso; Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2020   VOL. 122   NO. 4  

3. Short-Cycle School Improvement Planning as a Lever to Launch School Turnaround: A Descriptive Analysis of Plans
Bryan A. VanGronigen; Coby Meyers
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2020   VOL. 122   NO. 5  

4. The school–university intersection as a professional learning arena: evaluation of a two-year action research project
Eva Kellner & Iiris Attorps
JN: Teacher Development
  Teacher Development   2020   VOL. 24   NO. 3   pp. 366-383  

5. Moving from traditional to responsive mathematics classrooms: a proposition of an intervention model?
Frode Olav Haara , Knut Steinar Engelsen & Kari Smith
JN: Teacher Development
  Teacher Development   2020   VOL. 24   NO. 3   pp. 399-414  

6. Bridging the Public and Private in the Study of Teaching: Revisiting the Research Argument
Rachel Schachter; Donald Freeman
JN: Harvard Educational Review
  Harvard Educational Review   2020   VOL. 90   NO. 1   pp. 1-25  

7. Tools to Build Their Best Learning: Examining How Kindergarten Teachers Frame Student Mistakes
MALEKA DONALDSON
JN: Harvard Educational Review
  Harvard Educational Review   2020   VOL. 90   NO. 1   pp. 54-74  

8. “Reality Shock” of Beginning Teachers? Changes in Teacher Candidates’ Emotional Exhaustion and Constructivist-Oriented Beliefs
Thamar Voss; Mareike Kunter
JN: Journal of Teacher Education
  Journal of Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 71   NO. 3   pp. 292–306  

9. Yes, We Can! Palestinian-Israeli Teachers in Jewish-Israeli Schools
Wurud Jayusi; Zvi Bekerman
JN: Journal of Teacher Education
  Journal of Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 71   NO. 3   pp. 319–331  

10. Teacher preparation for urban teaching: a multiple case study of three primary teacher education programmes
Lisa Gaikhorst , Jeffrey Post , Virginie Marz & Inti Soeterik
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 301-317  

11. Beginning teachers’ narratives, coping with social justice
Nurit Dvir & Orna Schatz-Oppenheimer
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 318-332  

12. Stimulating teachers’ inquiring attitude in academic and professional teacher education programmes
Jan Baan , Lisa Gaikhorst & Monique Volman
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 352-367  

13. Can models of distributed leadership be used to mobilise networked generated innovation in schools? A case study from England
Chris Brown; Stephen MacGregor; Jane Flood
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 94   pp. 103101  

14. Opportunity-to-learn performance levels and student achievement gains for students with and without disabilities
Alexander Kurz; Ray E. Reichenberg; Stephen N. Elliott; Nedim Yel
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 94   pp. 103092  

15. How failure shapes teacher identities: Pre-service elementary school and mathematics teachers’ narrated possible selves
Sonja Lutovac
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 94   pp. 103120  

16. Feeling like a student but thinking like a teacher: a study of the development of professional identity in initial teacher education
Maria Assuncao Flores
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2020   VOL. 46   NO. 2   pp. 45-158  

17. The use of virtual simulations in teacher education to develop pre-service teachers’ behaviour and classroom management skills: implications for reflective practice
Oliver McGarr
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2020   VOL. 46   NO. 2   pp. 159-169  

18. Predictors of dropout intentions in teacher education programmes compared with other study programmes
Carla Bohndick
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2020   VOL. 46   NO. 2   pp. 207-219  

19. Measuring up? Metrics and research assessment in UK teacher education
Moira Hulme, Jeffrey Wood & Xin Shi
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2020   VOL. 46   NO. 2   pp. 220-239  

20. “My Eyes Have Been Opened”: Pre-Service Secondary Teachers Exploring Behavior Management through a Microteaching Project
Erin Mikulec & Kira Hamann
JN: Action in Teacher Education
  Action in Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 102-119  

21. How Feedback from Mentor Teachers Sustained Student Teachers through Their First Year of Teaching
Lindsay Joseph Wexler
JN: Action in Teacher Education
  Action in Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 167-185  

22. Building the mentoring relationship: humanism and the importance of storytelling between mentor and mentee
Joshua Cruz , Maria H. Goff & Josephine P. Marsh
JN: Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
  Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning   2020   VOL. 28   NO. 2   pp. 104-125  

23. The role of perceived support and local culture in undergraduate research mentoring by underrepresented minority faculty members: findings from a multi-institutional research collaboration
Shannon N. Davis , Pamela W. Garner , Rebecca M. Jones & Duhita
JN: Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
  Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning   2020   VOL. 28   NO. 2   pp. 176-188  

24. Teaching to Support Students With Diverse Academic Needs
David Blazar; Casey Archer
JN: Educational Researcher
  Educational Researcher   2020   VOL. 49   NO. 5   pp. 297–311  

25. The Sensitivity of Teacher Value-Added Scores to the Use of Fall or Spring Test Scores
Allison Atteberry; Daniel Mangan
JN: Educational Researcher
  Educational Researcher   2020   VOL. 49   NO. 5   pp. 335–349  

26. Making the Move: Empowering Student Teachers as Teacher Researchers
Lori Dassa & Bryan Nichols
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2020   VOL. 55   NO. 3   pp. 267-282  

27. “Lies My Teacher [Educator] Still Tells”: Using Critical Race Counternarratives to Disrupt Whiteness in Teacher Education
Brittany Aronson, Lateasha Meyers & Vanessa Winn
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2020   VOL. 55   NO. 3   pp. 300-322  

28. Understanding collaborative teacher teams as open systems for professional development
Kylie Lipscombe , Kellie Buckley-Walker & Peter McNamara
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 373-390  

29. School mentors’ perceived integration into teacher education programmes
Lise Vikan Sandvik , Trond Solhaug , Eli Lejonberg , Eyvind Elstad & Knut-Andreas Christophersen
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 424-439  

30. Professional development needs, support, and barriers: TALIS US new and veteran teachers’ perspectives
Shaoan Zhang , Qingmin Shi & Emily Lin
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2020   VOL. 43   NO. 3   pp. 440-453  

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