Welcome to Educational Renaissance, the journal of The Renaissance Group, a national consortium of colleges and universities with a major commitment to the preparation of educational professionals and to the promotion of exemplary practices, partnerships, and leadership that ensure high levels of teaching and learning in all of America's schools.
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Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Educational Renaissance
Table of Contents
|Teacher Travelers in Jamaica: Using Study Tours as Field-Based Experiences|
|Introducing the Co-teaching Model in Teacher Education Clinical Practice|
|Lisa D. Murley, Rebecca R Stobaugh, Charles S Evans|
|Motivations for Learning: Mastery Experiences in a Low Socio-economic Middle School|
|A work in progress: Unraveling the lessons learned in a co-teaching pilot|
|Mary Joanie Hartnett|
|Moving Multicultural Education Forward in Teacher Education: Integration of Cognitive Learning Theory|
|Jose Luis Alvarado|
|Stoking the Fire: What Makes a Teacher Inspirational?|
|Ann Powell-Brown Powell-Brown, Dawna Lisa Buchanan Butterfield, Yuankun Yao|
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