Books and Chapters
- Dotger B. (2014). Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development: A Companion Guide for
Teachers Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
- Dotger, B. (2014). Clinical Simulations for School Leader Development: A Companion Manual for School Leaders Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
- Dotger, B. (2013) “I Had No Idea!”: Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
- Dotger, B. (2013). Beyond Tears, Tirades, and Tantrums: Clinical Simulations for School
Leader Development Information Age Press: Charlotte, NC.
- Dotger, B. (2011). “Do it again!”: Students serving as catalysts within a teacher education innovation. In B. Kingma (Ed.), Academic Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement (pp. 136-148). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishers.
- Dotger, B., Masingila, J., Bearkland, M., & Dotger, S. (2014). Exploring iconic interpretation and mathematics teacher development through clinical simulations. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education (accepted for publication).
- Dotger, B., & Alger, A. (2013) Challenging parent, challenged curricula: Utilizing simulated interactions to enhance school leader preparations. Planning and Changing, 43(3/4), 344-362
- Dotger, B. (2012). The School Leader Communication Model: An emerging method for bridging school leader preparation and practice. Journal of School Leadership, 21(6), 871-892.
- Walker, J., & Dotger, B. (2012). “Because wisdom can’t be told”: Using comparison of simulated parent-teacher conferences to assess teacher candidates’ readiness for Family-School partnerships. Journal of Teacher Education, 21(6), 871-892.
- Dotger, B., Harris, S., Maher, M., & Hansel, A. (2011). Exploring the emotional geographies of
parent-teacher candidate interactions: An emergent signature pedagogy. The Teacher Educator, 46(3), 208-230.
- Dotger, B. (2011). From know how to do now: Instructional applications of simulated interactions within teacher education. Teacher Education and Practice, 24(2), 132-148.
- Dotger, B. & Ashby, C. (2010). Exposing conditional inclusive ideologies through simulated interactions. Teacher Education and Special Education, 33(2), 114-130.
- Dotger, B. (2010). “I had no idea”: Developing dispositional awareness and sensitivity through a cross-professional pedagogy. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26, 805-812.
- Dotger, B., Dotger, S., & Maher, M. (2010). From medicine to teaching: The evolution of the Simulated Interaction Model. Innovative Higher Education, 35(3), 129-141.
- Dotger, S., Dotger, B., & Tillotson, J. (2010). Examining how preservice science teachers navigate simulated parent-teacher conversations on evolution and intelligent design. Science Education, 94(3), 552-570.
- Dotger, B. & Smith, M (2009). “Where’s the line?” – Negotiating simulated experiences to define teacher identity. The New Educator, 5(2), 161-180.
- Dotger, B. & Sapon-Shevin, M. (2009). “But what do I say?”: New teachers learn to talk with parents. Educational Leadership, 66(9).
- Dotger, B., Harris, S., & Hansel, A. (2008). Emerging authenticity: The crafting of simulated parent-teacher candidate conferences. Teaching Education, 19(4), 335-347.
Utilizing Clinical Simulations in Teacher and School Leader Preparation
Presentation by Benjamin H. Dotger, Ph.D. – November 14, 2014, New York University
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