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Abstract 55
Publisher 10


Freq. (x) Keyword Freq. (x) Keyword Freq. (x) Keyword
1. 147 (5%) teachers 11. 33 (2%) how 21. 23 (1%) beliefs
2. 100 (4%) study 12. 31 (1%) ls 22. 23 (1%) practices
3. 98 (4%) teacher 13. 30 (1%) professional 23. 22 (1%) practice
4. 65 (2%) education 14. 29 (1%) lesson 24. 22 (1%) context
5. 62 (2%) students 15. 29 (1%) more 25. 21 (1%) results
6. 57 (2%) learning 16. 25 (1%) knowledge 26. 21 (1%) findings
7. 49 (2%) research 17. 25 (1%) data 27. 20 (1%) experiences
8. 42 (2%) teaching 18. 23 (1%) between 28. 19 (1%) based
9. 35 (1%) school 19. 23 (1%) three 29. 19 (1%) educators
10. 33 (1%) student 20. 23 (1%) through 30. 19 (1%) identity


Freq. (x) Keyword Freq. (x) Keyword
1. 29 (4%) teacher education 6. 9 (1%) school teachers
2. 25 (4%) lesson study 7. 7 (1%) future research
3. 17 (3%) student teachers 8. 7 (1%) preservice teacher
4. 16 (2%) teacher educators 9. 7 (1%) higher education
5. 12 (2%) cooperative learning 10. 6 (1%) professional development


1. 5 (2%) teachers educational beliefs
2. 4 (1%) teaching teacher education
3. 4 (1%) initial teacher education
4. 3 (1%) preservice teacher education
5. 3 (1%) teacher education program
6. 3 (1%) secondary school teachers
7. 3 (1%) primary school teachers
8. 3 (1%) beginning student teachers
9. 3 (1%) semi structured interviews
10. 3 (1%) pre service teachers

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech Percentage
Pronoun 3%
Noun 37%
Adjective 11%
Verb 16%
Adverb 3%
Conjunction 5%
Determiner 10%
Preposition 14%
Number 1%

#1 Journal of Teacher Education

  1. Using Video to Highlight Curriculum-Embedded Opportunities for Student Discourse by Abby Reisman & Lisette Enumah

  1. Creativity Promotion in an Excellence Program for Preservice Teacher Candidates by Yael Kimhi & Leiky Geronik

  1. Developing Teachers as Critical Curators: Investigating Elementary Preservice Teachers’ Inspirations for Lesson Planning by Amanda G. Sawyer, Katie Dredger, Joy Myers, Susan Barnes, Reece Wilson, Jesse Sullivan & Daniel Sawyer

  1. Noticing Student Mathematical Thinking Within the Context of Lesson Study by Pınar Guner & Didem Akyuz

#2 Teaching and Teacher Education (Volume 98, February 2021, 103253)

  1. The quality of teacher feedback matters: Examining Chinese teachers’ use of feedback strategies in preschool math lessons by Bi Ying Hu, Yuanhua Li, Xiao Zhang, Sherron K. Roberts & Ginny Vitiello

  1. Novice and expert teachers’ situation-specific skills regarding classroom management: What do they perceive, interpret and suggest? by Rebekka Stahnke & Sigrid Blömeke

  1. Educational beliefs matter for classroom instruction: A comparative analysis of teachers’ beliefs about the aims of civic education by Frank Reichert, Dirk Lange & Leo Chow

  1. Contesting quality teaching: Teachers’ pragmatic agency and the debate about teacher evaluation by Dorothea Anagnostopoulos, Suzanne Wilson & Sian Charles-Harris

  1. Examining agency as teachers use mathematics curriculum resources: How professional contexts may support or inhibit student-centered by Kathryn M. Rich

  1. Indonesian teachers’ conceptions of values and dimensions of assessment practice: The effect of teachers’ characteristics by Mohammad Arsyad Arrafii

  1. Why do I teach? A mixed-methods study of in-service teachers’ motivations, autonomy-supportive instruction, and emotions by Alyssa Parr, Jessica Gladstone, Emily Rosenzweig & Ming-Te Wang

  1. Comparison of teachers in France and in Quebec working with autistic students: Self-efficacy, stress, social support, coping, and burnout by Emilie Cappe, Nathalie Poirier, Aaron Engelberg & Emilie Boujut

  1. How to be an antiracist teacher educator in the United States: A sketch of a Black male pedagogic provocateur by Esther O. Ohito

  1. ‘Generic pedagogy is not enough’: Teacher educators and subject-specialist pedagogy in the Further Education and Skills sector in England by Pam Hanley & Ron Thompson

  1. Teachers making sense of undocumented status and their responsibilities to undocumented students: A critical perspective by Chelsea Connery & Jennie Miles Weiner

  1. Affective practices, difficult histories and peace education: An analysis of teachers’ affective dilemmas in ethnically divided Cyprus by Michalinos Zembylasa & Loizos Loukaidis

  1. Construction and deconstruction of student teachers’ professional identity: A narrative study by Khalil Gholamia, Sonia Farajia, Paulien C. Meijer & Kirsi Tirri

#3 European Journal of Teacher Education (Volume 43, Issue 5)

  1. First steps in a second career: characteristics of the transition to the teaching profession among novice teachers by Smadar Bar-Tal, Nurit Chamo, Drorit Ram, Zohar Snapir & Itzhak Gilat

  1. Under pressure? Primary school teachers’ perceptions of their pedagogical practices by Michelle M. Gemmink, Marjon Fokkens-Bruinsma, Ietje Pauw & Klaas van Veen

  1. Beginning student teachers’ educational ideals by Heleen Simonsz, Yvonne Leeman & Wiel Veugelers

#4 Asia-Pasific Journal of Teacher Education

  1. School-based Indigenous cultural programs and their impact on Australian Indigenous students: A systematic review. by Kevin Lowe, Christine Tennent, Nikki Moodie, John Guenther & Cathie Burgess

  1. “I may sound like a native speaker…but I’m not”: identities of Korean English teachers with border-crossing experience by Mun Woo Lee & Sung Yeon Kim

  1. Teachers’ mediation in students’ development of cognition and metacognition by Lina Guo

  1. Using zone theory to understand teacher identity as an embedder-of-numeracy: an analytical framework by Anne Bennison

  1. Building teacher professional capabilities through transformative learning Andrea Nolan & Tebeje Molla

  1. Regenerating the teacher in a reflective space: rethinking the capstone experience at the graduate level by Mark Fraser & Anthony Wotring

  1. Effective teaching and the role of reflective practices in the Malaysian and Australian education systems: a scoping review by Judith Dinham, S. Chee Choy, Paul Williams & Joanne Sau Ching Yim

#5 Cambridge Journal of Education

  1. Liminality and the beginning teacher: strangers, frauds and dancing in the disequilibrium by Christopher T. McCaw

  1. A systematic review and metasynthesis of qualitative research into teachers’ authenticity by Urszula Plust, David Murphy & Stephen Joseph

  1. How do you promote ‘British Values’ when values education is your profession? Policy enactment of FBV amongst teachers of Religious Education, Citizenship Education and Personal, Social and Health Education in England by Jane McDonnell

  1. Refining the teacher emotion model: evidence from a review of literature published between 1985 and 2019 by Junjun Chen

  1. Can ranking contribute to the quality assurance of higher education? An examination of the Chinese Disciplinary Ranking by Shuiyun Liu

  1. Systemic threats to the growth mindset: classroom experiences of agency among children designated as ‘lower-attaining’ by Eleanore Hargreaves, Laura Quick & Denise Buchanan

#6 Research Papers in Education

  1. Teaching with laboratory work: the presentation of beginning science teachers’ identity in school settings by Bing Wei, Nan Chen & Bo Chen

  1. Gender, ethnicity and career progression in UK higher education: a case study analysis by Kalwant Bhopal

  1. Fish Jumps Over the Dragon Gate:An Eastern Image of a Western Scholar’s Career Trajectory by Cheryl J. Craig

#7 Journal of Education for Teaching

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  1. Understandings of mentoring in school placement settings within the context of initial teacher education in Scotland: dimensions of collaboration and power by Lorele Mackie

  1. Community perceptions as a source of knowledge for transforming teaching and teacher education in Vietnam by Chinh Duc Nguyen & John Trent

  1. Cooperative learning as an evidence-based teaching strategy: what teachers know, believe, and how they use it by Anna Abramczyk & Susanne Jurkowski

  1. Leadership and professional identity in school teacher training in Spain (Catalonia) by Pilar Iranzo-García, Marta Camarero-Figuerola, Juana-María Tierno-García & Charo Barrios-Arós.

  1. Can the concept of the protean career help us to understand millennial pre-service teacher retention challenges? A study of two pre-service teachers’ career pathways in England by Anne Parfitt

  1. Making beliefs explicit – student teachers’ identity development through personal practical theories by Katriina Maaranen & Katariina Stenberg

  1. On the complexities of educating student teachers: teacher educators’ views on contemporary challenges to their profession by Birgitte Malm

#8 Computers & Education Open Access Articles

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  1. Validating items of different modalities to assess the educational technology competency of pre-service teachers by Yue Wang & Hong Lu

  1. Mapping computational thinking through programming in K-12 education: A conceptual model based on a systematic literature Review Christina Tikva & Efthimios Tambouris

  1. The DynaMap Remediation Approach (DMRA) in online learning environments by Antonio Marzano & Sergio Miranda

  1. Associations between learning analytics dashboard exposure and motivation and self-regulated learning by Stephen J. Aguilar, Stuart A. Karabenick, Stephanie D. Teasley & Clare Baek

  1. The effects of instructors' use of online discussions strategies on student participation and performance in university online introductory mathematics courses by Ji-Eun Lee & Mimi Recker

#9 The Internet and Higher Education

  1. Scaffolding university students' epistemic cognition during multimodal multiple-document reading: The effects of the epistemic prompting and the automated reflection report by Yuan-Hsuan Lee

  1. Students, social network technology and learning in higher education: Visions of collaborative knowledge construction vs. the reality of knowledge sharing by Edith Bouton, Smadar Bar Tal, Christa S.C. Asterhan

#10 International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies

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  1. Is there anything special about lesson study in special schools? by Sarah Seleznyov, Amelia Roberts, Rachel Walker, Sarah Watson & Melanie Hogan

  1. Teachers’ educational beliefs change through lesson study: implications for school culture by Olga Khokhotva & Iciar Elexpuru Albizuri

  1. From experienced to professional practitioners: a participatory lesson study approach to strengthen and sustain English language teaching and leadership by Hasan Mohsen Alwadi, Naashia Mohamed & Aaron Wilson

  1. Lesson study in Dutch initial teacher education explored: its potential and pitfalls by Tijmen M. Schipper, Sui Lin Goei, Wouter R. Van Joolingen, T. Martijn Willemse & Evelien C. Van Geffen

  1. Exploring lesson study in postsecondary education through self-study by Alireza Moghaddam, Christine Arnold, Saiqa Azam, Karen Goodnough, Kimberly Maich, Sharon Penney & Gabrielle Young