Podcasts Shed New Light on Studies Published in JTE
Did you know that the Journal of Teacher Education editorial team publishes podcast interviews with selected authors? You can find them posted in the “JTE Insider” blog (which also publishes transcripts of various author interviews and other materials related to the journal’s contents and themes).
Listen to authors bringing their work to life–describing their research, what excites them about it, and the larger body of their inquiry outside the scope of what could be covered in the published manuscript. The editors and the publishing team at SAGE plan to continue producing one podcast interview per issue of the journal. The recordings are available to the public and may be used as a supplement to printed materials with your students, or for anyone else interested in the topics of study.
Here are the most recent podcasts (and you can find even more on the blog):
- Kara Naidoo of Iona College (NY) and Susan Kirch of New York University (run time: 19:34) discuss “Candidates Use a New Teacher Development Process, Transformative Reflection, to Identify and Address Teaching and Learning Problems in Their Work With Children,” published in the November/December 2016 issue of the journal.
- Leticia Rojas of Brandman University (CA) and Daniel Liou of Arizona State University (run time: 36:23) discuss “Social Justice Teaching Through the Sympathetic Touch of Caring and High Expectations for Students of Color,” published in the January/February 2017 issue of the journal.
- Kathleen Stoehr of Santa Clara University (CA) (run time: 8:12) discusses “Mathematics Anxiety: One Size Does Not Fit All,” published in the January/February 2017 issue of the journal.
- Noelle Paufler of the University of North Texas (run time: 8:10) discusses her article coauthored with Audrey Amrein-Beardsley of Arizona State University, “Preparing Teachers for Educational Renewal Within Current Contexts of Accountability: Reflecting Upon John Goodlad’s Twenty Postulates,” published in the September/October 2016 issue of the journal.
- This one’s a video! Cheryl E. Matias of the University of Colorado at Denver (run time: 6:03) discusses her article coauthored with Tanetha J. Grosland of Morgan State University (MD), “Digital Storytelling as Racial Justice: Digital Hopes for Deconstructing Whiteness in Teacher Education,” published in the March/April 2016 issue of the journal.
You might also enjoy the special guest interview with Kevin Kumashiro (run time: 18:11) about how teacher education has changed since the publication of his 2010 article “Seeing the Bigger Picture: Troubling Movements to End Teacher Education.”
Remember, the “JTE Insider” blog is available to the public, and AACTE members have free access to the articles themselves in the full JTE archives online–just log in with your AACTE profile here.