Volume 2, Issue 2 (2021)
On behalf of our Editor-in-Chief, associate editors, review board, and editorial board members, I welcome you to Volume 2 Issue 2 of the Interactive Journal of Global Leadership and Learning (IJGLL). This issue contains two articles and for the very first time, a book review. Jung's phenomenological study explores qualitatively the experiences that have contributed to teacher retention in a rural school district of North Dakota. The Nava, Vigil, and Evenstad cross-sectional survey explores the impact that being a first-generation teacher has on their teaching self-efficacy to address the instructional needs of diverse students. Carlson reviews the book The Nexus of Teaching and Demographics: Context and Connections From Colonial Times to Today(2020), written by our Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Boyd Bradbury.
We trust that you will find useful the articles in this issue and the first book review. We wish you a very productive spring semester and invite you to submit a manuscript for our Volume 2, Issue 3 that will be published in June 2023.
Ximena Suarez-Sousa, Ph.D.
First generation preservice teachers’ self-efficacy regarding the teaching of diverse students and the incorporation of diverse topics into classroom content
Roberto Ch. Nava, Peter M. Vigil, and Jan P. Evenstad
Positive Influences on Why They Stay: A Qualitative Study on the Contributing Factors to Teacher Retention in Rural North Dakota
- Boyd Bradbury, Ph.D.
- Ximena Suarez-Sousa, Ph.D.
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