Interview Series with Leading Scholars on Teacher Education

These Interviews are conducted by aspiring teacher educators, of leading and innovating teacher educators who have and are substantially contributing to the field. Emerging Teacher Educator Fellows talk with scholars about their perspectives of the trajectory of teacher education locally, nationally, and internationally.

These interviews contribute to CTERIN's objective to enhance the resources and knowledge of and for prospective teacher educators.


Leading Scholars on Teacher Education (U.S. Series)

Most recent feature:

Joy Esboldt, Doctoral Candidate at UC Berkeley, interviews Dr. Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Cawthorne Professor of Teacher Education for Urban Schools at Boston College. Dr. Cochran-Smith shares her insights on the effects of the accountability and deregulation reform movements as they relate to the history and future of teacher education. Dr. Cochran-Smith discusses a current project exploring new graduate schools of education and notes what she wishes she might have known as she began her career over 40 years ago. 


International Scholars on Teacher Education

Most recent feature:

Christopher Ozuna, Doctoral Candidate at UC Santa Barbara, interviews Dr. Karen Bjerg Petersen, Associate Professor at the Danish School of Education at Aarhus University in Aarhus, Denmark. In CTERIN's first international interview, Karen & Chris discuss what is unique about Denmark's education system, how teacher education in Denmark is changing, and what can be learned by comparing two different systems.