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Research Discussion – (Re) envisioning teacher education for Women of Color Pre-Service Teachers at a Hispanic Serving Institution

3MT Career Development & Exploration Communication & Professionalism Featured Home Graduate Education Week Health & Wellness Inclusive Excellence Individual Development Plan (IDP) Leadership & Community PostDoc Association Professional Development Research & Innovation Scholarly Development Teaching & Learning Upcoming Events November 08, 2022 11:00am

Location

220 Townsend | The Bridge

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mucoediversity@missouri.edu

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Women of Color (WOC) feminisms, methodologies, and pedagogies offer ways to honor the onto-epistemologies (worldviews and ways of being), memories, and experiences of Pre-Service Teachers of Color (PSTOC). Centering Black, Indigenous and, student of Color onto-epistemologies is thus central to anti-colonial, anti-racist, and transformative efforts of curricula and pedagogical practices in teacher education. This presentation draws from a research project with Women of Color Pre-Service Teachers (WOCPST) and their experiences in a teacher education program at a Hispanic Service Institution. Through their testimono-pláticas, these WOCPST illuminate the possibilities to (re)envision teacher education for PSTOC at a Hispanic Service Institution.

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