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Yet, novice teachers continue to enter schools with at-risk, gang-involved student populations without adequate preparation, and to date, research has neglected to examine these teachers’ extent of preparation or their perceptions of gang-involved students.
This study examines how prepared teachers felt to address the needs of their gang-involved students, teachers’ perceptions of gang-involved students, as well as teachers’ suggestions for moving forward in this work.
Findings indicate that the sample of teachers felt significantly less influential, confident, and obligated when teaching their gang-involved students as opposed to their non-gang-involved students.
These data also indicate that participants felt significantly less prepared by their preservice education to address the needs of their gang-involved students.
Moving forward, teachers expressed a strong desire for more information and strategies on teaching, supporting, and disciplining gang-involved students.
Hopefully, this study acts as an impetus for change to improve the existing and inadequate curricula of preservice teacher education programs.
The burdens that teachers experience within the classroom commonly cause individuals to burn out and leave the field of education.
Across the board, teachers reported to value their ability to make a difference in the lives of their students.
Teachers also revealed that personal relationships with their family, friends, students, and fellow colleagues have been the greatest source of support for them during difficult teaching periods.Back to crawford: teaching english in a multilingual classroom: challenges and of the research and resources related to english as a new language (enl) instruction apply only to bilingual, spanish-english classrooms, but there are many classrooms full of students who come from different linguistic backgrounds and also demonstrate the need to learn english.
Specifically, this study examines verbal and non-verbal interactions in the classroom and the extent to which home language and culture are incorporated in the students’ learning experience.
The findings indicate that there are many ways in which teachers can overcome the multiple-language barrier and help all of their students to improve their english, including creating a low-anxiety environment and encouraging parental participation in the learning experience.This study aimed to fill a gap in the research regarding gender stereotypes among a group of peers by first examining the extent to which elementary, middle, and high school students make assumptions about peers’ intelligence in science classes based on the gender of their peers and second by examining the extent to which elementary, middle, and high school students internalize gender stereotypes about intelligence in science.
Using a q-sort method, this study determined whether elementary, middle, or high school students had a preference about working with a male or female partner on a science project.This study also used the q-sort method to examine if participants were more likely to rank male or female students higher on a science test.