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Title Voices of foreign-born African American teacher educators in the United States / Festus E. Obiakor, Patrick Grant, and Sunday O. Obi, editors.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., ©2010.

Series The silenced voices in education series
Education in a competitive and globalizing world series
Silenced voices in education series.
Education in competitive and globalizing world series.
Subject African American teachers -- Training of.
African American teachers -- Attitudes.
African American teachers -- Social conditions.
Africans -- Education (Higher) -- United States.
Alt Name Obiakor, Festus E.
Grant, Patrick A.
Obi, Sunday O.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 185 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents VOICES OF FOREIGN-BORN AFRICAN AMERICAN TEACHER EDUCATORS IN THE UNITED STATES; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; REFERENCES; STILL SEARCHING FOR EQUITY IN AMERICA'STEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS; EXPERIENCES AT TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY; EXPERIENCES AT NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY; EXPERIENCES AT RUST COLLEGE; EXPERIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT CHATTANOOGA; EXPERIENCES AT HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY; EXPERIENCES AT EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY; EXPERIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES.
PEDAGOGICAL ACCENT IN TEACHER EDUCATION: NARRATING SELF WITHIN/AGAINST PEDIGREES AND STEREOTYPES OF RACE AND NATIONAL ORIGINKNAWING OR GROWING PAINS?; RESISTANCE AND COUNTERNARRATIVES; IN MY OWN VOICE: I SPEAK ONLY FOR MYSELF; WHAT'S IN A NAME AFTER ALL? NUANCES AND MEANING; RETHINKING LABELS AND "THE FIELD"; PRESPECTIVES; REFERENCES; TEACHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCES OF A JAMAICAN-BORN PROFESSIONAL; EARLY EDUCATION IN JAMAICA; EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES; BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL CAREER AS A TEACHER EDUCATOR; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES.
LIVING WITH TRIPLE MARGINALITY IN AMERICA'S TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMSIN SEARCH OF RESPECT AND ACCEPTANCE INSIDE THE ACADEMY; MARGINALIZATION THROUGH TOKENISM; AFRICAN VOICES IN TEACHER EDUCATION; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES; LIVING IN TWO WORLDS: MY VOICE AS A FOREIGN-BORN AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATOR; TEACHING IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT; ADDING POWER TO ACTIONS IN TEACHER EDUCATION; TEACHING AT SRU; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES; IN SEARCH OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE: MY EXPERIENCES IN AMERICA'S TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS; MY EUROPEAN, CANADIAN, AND AUSTRAILIAN EXPERIENCES.
MY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICATEACHING AT TEACHER PREPARATION COLLEGES; REFERENCES; LACK OF EQUITY IN AMERICA'S TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS: MY VOICE; JOURNEYING THROUGH AMERICA'S TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS; Schooling at MSU; Schooling at the University of Utah; Schooling at SUNY -Buffalo; Schooling at Louisiana State University (LSU); Teaching at Huntington University; Teaching at Indiana Wesleyan University; Teaching at Franciscan University of Steubenville; Teaching at Mount Vernon Nazarene University; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCE.
"BY THEIR FRUITS YE SHALL KNOW THEM": PERSPECTIVES ON TEACHING AND LEADING IN AMERICAPREPARATION FOR TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP; EDUCATION IN ENGLAND; LEADERSHIP JOURNEYS IN MISSISSIPPI; TEACHING AND LEADING AT LINCOLN UNIVERSITY; TEACHING AND LEADING IN TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA; PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES; SCARCITY IN THE LAND OF GOSHEN: A PERSONAL STORY OF A FOREIGN-BORN AFRICAN AMERICAN TEACHER EDUCATOR; UNRAVELING THE PUZZLE; FROM YALE TO JAIL -- LITERALLY AND FIGURATIVELY; CHALLENGES I HAVE SEEN IN EDUCATION; PERSONAL STORIES; Burden of the Omniscient Diplomat; Burden of Marginalization.
ISBN 9781612098821 (electronic bk.)
1612098827 (electronic bk.)
9781608763221 (hardcover)
1608763226 (hardcover)
OCLC # 761384202
Additional Format Print version: Voices of foreign-born African American teacher educators in the United States. New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., ©2010 (DLC) 2009034537 (OCoLC)430055526



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