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Examining pre-service teachers' perceptions toward translanguaging in a teacher education program
This study explores student-teachers' perceptions about language use in the classroom, with a threefold goal to understand: what students think about translanguaging, how their perceptions about translanguaging relate to language ideology, and whether/not these predict self-efficacy for future teaching of emergent bilinguals. The 5-10 minute survey is anonymous, and students' input will be extremely valuable for providing insight into current teacher education.
Eligibility - In Teaching & Learning program and pursuing one of the following: EC-6 generalist, EC-6 bilingual generalist, EC-6 generalist with ESL/SPED supplemental, EC-6 generalist and SPED, ELAR 4-8, Math 4-8, Social studies/history 4-8, Science 4-8. Enrolled in student teaching and 18 years or older.
Link to survey
Grace Lee (PI)
Research & Teaching Assistant, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
University of Houston, College of Education
Houston, TX 77004
University of Houston, College of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval number