This case provides opportunities for students to think more deeply about tensions that arise in the pre-service teacher (PST)-mentor teacher-supervisor triad when there are competing views about responsive instruction for Latinx students. Furthermore, this case illustrates how shared social identities among triad members do not necessarily mean there is a shared stance of how to work with Latinx students that aligns with research-based recommendations. The accompanying teaching notes, discussion questions, and classroom activities expose students to relevant literature, introduce them to the concept of courageous conversations, and enable them to role play.
Rights and Access Note
Gerardo, J. M., & Saclarides, E. S. (2022). Tensions in the Student Teaching Triad: A Case of Competing Views of Responsive Instruction for Latinx students. Journal of Educational Supervision, 5 (2). https://doi.org/10.31045/jes.5.2.2