Reyes L. Quezada

Reyes L. Quezada
University of San Diego | USD

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The Covid-19 pandemic greatly disrupted educational systems around the world. Given their extensive stakeholder network, Schools and Colleges of Education played an important role in providing leadership across all dimensions of education throughout the pandemic. This paper presents results from an interview based study of Deans of Schools of Educa...
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The spread of COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe with incendiary events that transformed not only economies and health, but also education at all levels, in all nations, and to all people. The effects on primary, secondary, and higher education were swift, leaving higher education institutions to fend for themselves. In the United States, the delive...
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Preparing effective dual language global teachers who will be culturally proficient is paramount not because of state licensure mandates but because we owe it to our school children. This chapter discusses cultural proficiency as a theoretical framework to develop culturally proficient global dual language teachers. The goal is to prepare them to t...
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With the formation of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) in 2013, and key policy changes initiated by the United States Department of Education, the landscape of teacher education in the United States has dramatically changed. This chapter provides an overview of international education initiatives that have impacted t...
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In his 2009 address to Congress, President Obama stated, “Our children will compete for jobs in a global economy that many of our schools do not prepare them for.” If Pk-12, community colleges, and universities are not preparing students to compete in a global economy, then experiences outside of school play a larger role in this process. According...
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How can colleges and schools support the inclusion of family, school and community engagement curricula in teacher and administrator preparation programs? The contributions in this book try to answer this question, with contributors describing their experiences, their programs, and their support for the goal of enhancing parental involvement and en...
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The article examines 21 biliteracy teachers who studied and taught in schools through an eight‐week in‐service professional development program with indigenous children in the state of Altacomulco, Mexico. In the process of documenting their international teaching experiences, a study was conducted to ascertain biliteracy teachers' development of t...
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1. Internationalization of teacher education: creating global competent teachers and teacher educators for the twenty-first century Reyes L. Quezada Section I: The framing of internationalizing of colleges and schools of education 2. Fact or fiction? Analyzing institutional barriers and individual responsibility to advance the internationalization...
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The need to provide alternative and exciting community service-learning experiences with university students has been a challenge to institutions of higher education. One institution was able to capitalize on an idea of integrating challenge and adventure-based activities as a form of community service. This article focuses on undergraduate univers...
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Many universities provide overseas student teaching yet little is known as to what knowledge, skills, and dispositions university students have prior to arriving in their host country as well as after their return to their home country. This article considers several key issues and suggests factors that schools of education should consider when pla...
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Research indicates that there is a correlation between exposure of violence in the media and in entertainment and student behavior. Many students have been victims themselves of violent, verbal, and physical assaults. Classroom teachers and educators continue to address this issue locally in classrooms and in their schools. Amid the various questio...
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Describes barriers to Latino parent involvement in educational activities, factors to consider when involving Latino parents, and two examples of Latino involvement programs in California: Family Literacy Workshop at James Monroe Elementary School, Madera Unified School District, and Parents Take P.A.R.T. (Parent Assisted Reading Training) at Frank...
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Involving families, the school, and the community as partners in the educa-tion of children often results in higher academic achievement, an increase in participation, and community pride. This article describes effective programs based on the 2001 California School Boards Association Golden Bell Award (CSBA) winners in the category of Parental/Com...

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