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מעודכן לתאריך 09.12.2019  
1. Flipping the Classroom in Teacher Education: Implications for Motivation and Learning
Mike Yough; Hillary E. Merzdorf; Heather N. Fedesco
JN: Journal of Teacher Education
  Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 70   NO. 5   pp. 410–422  

2. An Empirical Study of the Dimensionality of the Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Construct
Yasemin Copur-Gencturk; Tammy Tolar; Erik Jacobson
JN: Journal of Teacher Education
  Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 70   NO. 5   pp. 485-497  

3. Teachers’ Adoption of Inquiry-Based Learning Activities: The Importance of Beliefs About Education, the Self, and the Context
Michiel Voet; Bram De Wever
JN: Journal of Teacher Education
  Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 70   NO. 5   pp. 423-440  

4. The research circle - a tool for preschool teachers’ professional learning and preschool development
Annika Elm & Ingrid Nordqvist
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 5   pp. 621-633  

5. Boundaries as a coping strategy: emotional labour and relationship maintenance in distressing teacher
Henrik Lindqvist, Maria Weurlander, Annika Wernerson & Robert Thornberg
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 5   pp. 634-649  

6. Student teachers’ motives for participating in the teacher training program: a qualitative comparison between continuing students and switch students
Evelyne E.M. Meens & Anouke W.E.A. Bakx
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 5   pp. 650-674  

7. Evidence for measuring teachers’ core practices
M. Van Der Schaaf, B. Slof, L. Boven & A. De Jong
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 5   pp. 675-694  

8. Coping strategies and burnout in staff working with students with special educational needs and disabilities
Bonnie Brittle
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 87   NO. 102937  

9. An exploration of the relationships between elementary school teachers’ humor styles and their emotional labor
Yu-Hsiu Liao; Si-Yu Luo; Meng-Hua Tsai
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 87   NO. 102950  

10. An ecological perspective of teacher retention: An emergent model
Erez Zavelevsky; Orly Shapira Lishchinsky
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 88   NO. 102965  

11. Becoming a more adaptive teacher through collaborating in Lesson Study? Examining the influence of Lesson Study on teachers’ adaptive teaching practices in mainstream secondary education
Tijmen M. Schipper; Rikkert M. van der Lans; Siebrich de Vries;
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2020   VOL. 88   NO. 102961  

12. Helping preservice teachers realize the transformative potential of read alouds
Rebecca Stortz, Miriam Martinez, Janis Harmon, Raquel Cataldo & Lucinda Marie Juarez
JN: Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education
  Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 40   NO. 3   pp. 238-255  

13. Shifting perspectives: preservice teacher preparation in family engagement
Stephanie C. Sanders-Smith, Tina M. Smith-Bonahue, Tanya Espinosa Cordoba & Olivia R. Soutullo
JN: Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education
  Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 40   NO. 3   pp. 221-237  

14. Primary school teachers implementing structured mathematics interventions to promote their mathematics knowledge for teaching proportional reasoning
Annette Hilton; Geoff Hilton
JN: Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education
  Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 22   NO. 5   pp. 545-574  

15. Complementary assessments of prospective teachers’ skill with eliciting student thinking
Meghan Shaughnessy; Timothy A. Boerst,
JN: Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education
  Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 22   NO. 5   pp. 607–638  

16. International mobility and cultural perceptions among senior teacher educators in Israel: ‘I have learned to suspend judgment’
Mary Gutman
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 4   pp. 461-475  

17. Developing pre-service teacher knowledge using online forums: supporting confident and competent teaching practices
Kelly Dockerty
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 4   pp. 402-416  

18. Transnationality and Teacher Educator Identity Development: A Collaborative Autoethnographic Study
Wei Liao & Jihea Maddamsetti
JN: Action in Teacher Education
  Action in Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 41   NO. 4   pp. 287-306  

19. Seeking Pedagogical Equilibrium while Teaching Synchronous Online Classes: A Collaborative Self-study
Charlotte Frambaugh-Kritzer & Elizabeth Petroelje Stolle
JN: Action in Teacher Education
  Action in Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 41   NO. 4   pp. 307-324  

20. Pedagogical reasoning: the foundation of the professional knowledge of teaching
John Loughran
JN: Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice
  Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice   2019   VOL. 25   NO. 5   pp. 523-535  

21. Teacher candidate learning of action-oriented knowledge from triggering incidents in teaching practice
Auli Toom, Mikko Tiilikainen, Lauri Heikonen, Ali Leijen, Juanjo Mena & Jukka Husu
JN: Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice
  Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice   2019   VOL. 25   NO. 5   pp. 536-552  

22. Mixed Methods for Studies That Address Broad and Enduring Issues in Education Research
Deborah Loewenberg Ball
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 10  

23. Considering Core Assumptions About What It Means to Teach
Christine E. Sleeter
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 6   pp. 1-4  

24. Moving Beyond Asset-, Equity- and Justice-Oriented Teacher Education
Kenneth Zeichner
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 6   pp. 5  

25. What We Mean When We Talk About Teaching: The Limits of Professional Language and Possibilities for Professionalizing Discourse in Teachers’ Conversations
Ilana Seidel Horn & Britnie Delinger Kane
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 6   pp. 32  

26. Self-Efficacy in Mixed Reality Simulations: Implications for Preservice Teacher Education
Erik Gundel, Jody S. Piro, Carrie Straub & Kevin Smith
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2019   VOL. 54   NO. 3   pp. 244-269  

27. Preparing Science Undergraduates for a Teaching Career: Sources of Their Teacher Self-Efficacy
Els Cornelia Maria van Rooij, Marjon Fokkens-Bruinsma & Martin Goedhart
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2019   VOL. 54   NO. 3   pp. 270-294  

28. Towards an empirically substantiated professional development programme to train lead teachers to support curriculum innovation
S. E. A. Groothuijsen, G. T. Prins & A. M. W. Bulte
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 5   pp. 739-761  

29. Investigating the role of the faculty advisor in doctoral students’ career trajectories
Komi T. German, Kate Sweeny & Megan L. Robbins
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 5   pp. 762-773  

30. How language teachers address the crisis of praxis in educational research
Sardar M. Anwaruddin
JN: Oxford Review of Education
  Oxford Review of Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 6   pp. 715-730  

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