White Faculty’s Commitment to Racial Consciousness in STEM Classrooms
8. Teacher Educators and Pre-Service Teachers Working Through the Complexities of Whiteness and Race in Mathematics and Science
CRAIG WILLEY AND PAULA MAGEE
With only a few weeks remaining of a two-year urban teacher education program that prided itself on explicitly naming, examining, and confronting racism and inequities, we asked our pre-service teachers (PSTs), during a student teaching seminar, to share their thoughts on the discussion prompts below. As White faculty teaching in a predominantly White teacher education program, we were fairly confident that we had developed racial awareness in our PSTs over the course of the program. What we found was a reality check.
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