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Gangstas, Wankstas, and Ridas: defining, developing, and supporting effective teachers in urban schools

Drawing from three years of research in the classrooms of four highly effective elementary and secondary teachers in South Los Angeles, this article considers theories of teaching in urban contexts by examining effective practices in urban classrooms. It outlines an original framework of five indicators of effective teaching in urban schools and uses examples from practice to illustrate those indicators and their relationship to increased achievement. Finally, it discusses possibilities for better preparation and development of teachers in these areas of their practice.
11/2007
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09518390701630767


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2019-06-12T02:59:21Z
DOI
10.1080/09518390701630767
DateAdded
2019-07-17T11:10:24Z
DateModified
2019-07-17T11:10:24Z
Handle
20.500.11806/med/5934
ISSN
0951-8398, 1366-5898
Issue
6
JournalAbbreviation
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
Key
9H8Y58QV
Language
en
LibraryCatalog
DOI.org (Crossref)
Pages
617-638
PublicationTitle
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
ShortTitle
Gangstas, Wankstas, and Ridas
Volume
20