Educating and supporting immigrant teachers: Findings from the USA, Argentina, Germany and Israel

Reversed session 2


12:30-14:00 Monday, 26 June, 2023, Room 16

Reversed Full session: A session in which several lectures on one common subject are prerecorded and viewed by the audience prior to the session. The focus of the face-to-face session will be on a discussion of the session contents.

  • So-called “Migration Background” in Teachers: Insights into German Discourse and Research
    Prof. Dr Evghenia Goltse, Prof. Dr. Galina Putjata
    University Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany. 2 University Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
  • The Growth of Minority Supervisors: Supervision of Pre-service Teachers’ Field Experiences
    Associate Professor Bing Xiao
    Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, USA
  • Pedagogical Challenges of Immigrant Minority Teacher Educators: An Autoethnography Study
    Assistant Professor Xuexue Yang, Assistant Professor Byungeun Pak
    The State University of New York at Oneonta, Oneonta, USA. 2 Utah Tech University, St. George, USA
  • Bilingual Mathematics Teachers’ Growth in Teacher Identities
    Dr. Ji Yeong I
    Iowa State University, Ames, USA
  • Supporting Ethiopian-origin teachers’ induction into Israeli schools
    Dr Mary Gutman
    Efrata College, Jerusalem, Israel