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Beyond School Walls

Engaging in Curriculum, Community, and the Complex World
  • Monica Taylor
  • Emily J. Klein
  • Priyank Bhatt
  • Alexander Diaz
  • Suzanne Poole
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Part of the Bold Visions in Educational Research book series (BVER)

Abstract

Suzanne shared this as she reflected about her summer experience in the NMUTR. At the end of their first year of teaching, she and her cohort two colleagues, Alex and Pri, participated in a focus group discussion with Bonnie Gildin of the All Stars Project and Cindy Onore, our MSU colleague who helped us to write and design the NMUTR secondary cohort program.1

Keywords

Teacher Education Preservice Teacher Social Justice Community Organization Department Chair 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Monica Taylor
    • 1
  • Emily J. Klein
    • 2
  • Priyank Bhatt
    • 3
  • Alexander Diaz
    • 4
  • Suzanne Poole
    • 5
  1. 1.Department of Secondary and Special EducationMontclair State UniversityMontclairNew Jersey
  2. 2.Department of Secondary and Special EducationMontclair State UniversityMontclairNew Jersey
  3. 3.Newark Early College High SchoolNewarkNew Jersey
  4. 4.Eastside High SchoolNewarkNew Jersey
  5. 5.Science Park High SchoolNewarkNew Jersey

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