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Designing a Case-Study Assessment Protocol to Measure Growth in Planning Culturally Responsive Teaching Practice

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By: , & Published: 2017 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2
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This case examines the affordances and limitations of using a case-study protocol to investigate teaching interns’ (undergraduates studying to be teachers) knowledge of culturally relevant teaching practice. As researchers, we sought to understand whether, and the extent to which, the case-study protocol enables teacher-educators to measure interns’ development of knowledge needed for culturally relevant teaching practice. The case highlights the ways in which case-study protocols can be used to measure interns’ beliefs, as well as changes in these beliefs. Furthermore, we highlight the challenges of using case-study protocols, especially those pertaining to validity and reliability.

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