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Empowering Teachers for Equitable and Sustainable Education

Action Research, Teacher Agency, and Online Community

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'This book powerfully addresses the most salient topics in education today. It revolves around an innovative online M.Ed. Global Education Program, focusing on effective learning environments, teachers, teacher education, and sustainability. Maria Teresa Tatto and her contributors are to be congratulated for wisely using technology to advance global education.'

Cheryl J. Craig, Professor and Houston Endowment Endowed Chair of Urban Education, Texas A&M University, USA

'This book offers a gift to teacher education. Empowering Teachers for Equitable and Sustainable Education: Action Research, Teacher Agency, and Online Community presents a fully theorised, practical model of professional learning that addresses inequities by evidencing the transformations that are possible when teachers are empowered to pursue difficult questions that are worth asking.'

Caroline Daly, Professor University College London, Institute of Education, UK

'The commitment to equitable and sustainable education that this book demonstrates is represented by the empowerment of the teachers who have contributed. These educators work in various settings worldwide, and their lead tutor and editor of this groundbreaking volume, Maria Teresa Tatto, offers inspiration to everyone who shares this commitment.'

Ian Menter, Emeritus Professor of Teacher Education, University of Oxford, UK

'This is a fascinating book about an innovative online master’s degree program for teachers internationally, where teachers use action research to investigate how specific equity issues are defined and dealt with in different countries and contexts. The program aims to empower teachers to address specific issues in their local contexts.'

Ken Zeichner, Emeritus Boeing Professor of Teacher Education, University of Washington, USA

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This groundbreaking book uses a comprehensive study of a novel Master of Education program to showcase how teachers can be engaged in authoritative equity‑based research, using comparative education theory, inquiry‑based pedagogy, and the UNESCO SDGs as powerful frameworks. Les mer

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This groundbreaking book uses a comprehensive study of a novel Master of Education program to showcase how teachers can be engaged in authoritative equity‑based research, using comparative education theory, inquiry‑based pedagogy, and the UNESCO SDGs as powerful frameworks. By developing agency to advance culturally sustaining and humanizing practices, it demonstrates how teachers can promote equity in their classrooms and communities. The central premise of the program is that teachers must become comparative, global, and local action researchers to have agency in their practice and to become effective advocates for the cultural and learning needs of their students, especially those in disadvantaged contexts or “learning at the bottom of the pyramid.” By learning comparative framing and social science methods, reviewing the literature to select verifiable educational research, and developing and implementing a plan for action research, this book offers new ideas for how teachers can effectively respond to recent UNESCO calls to reimagine and create promising futures locally. By providing formative and summative evidence of culturally and socially transformative learning, and showcasing how teacher educators can engage teachers in authoritative justice‑inquiry‑based research, this book will appeal to scholars, faculty, and researchers of comparative education and teacher education, and development.

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Forlag
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781040019467
Utgivelsesår
2024

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'This book powerfully addresses the most salient topics in education today. It revolves around an innovative online M.Ed. Global Education Program, focusing on effective learning environments, teachers, teacher education, and sustainability. Maria Teresa Tatto and her contributors are to be congratulated for wisely using technology to advance global education.'

Cheryl J. Craig, Professor and Houston Endowment Endowed Chair of Urban Education, Texas A&M University, USA

'This book offers a gift to teacher education. Empowering Teachers for Equitable and Sustainable Education: Action Research, Teacher Agency, and Online Community presents a fully theorised, practical model of professional learning that addresses inequities by evidencing the transformations that are possible when teachers are empowered to pursue difficult questions that are worth asking.'

Caroline Daly, Professor University College London, Institute of Education, UK

'The commitment to equitable and sustainable education that this book demonstrates is represented by the empowerment of the teachers who have contributed. These educators work in various settings worldwide, and their lead tutor and editor of this groundbreaking volume, Maria Teresa Tatto, offers inspiration to everyone who shares this commitment.'

Ian Menter, Emeritus Professor of Teacher Education, University of Oxford, UK

'This is a fascinating book about an innovative online master’s degree program for teachers internationally, where teachers use action research to investigate how specific equity issues are defined and dealt with in different countries and contexts. The program aims to empower teachers to address specific issues in their local contexts.'

Ken Zeichner, Emeritus Boeing Professor of Teacher Education, University of Washington, USA

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