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Places Where Teachers Are Taught

  • ID: 2213309
  • Book
  • 460 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In nine original chapters, this book provides a comprehensive historical perspective on teacher education in the United States. Using twenty–nine case histories of geographically and institutionally diverse education programs, the authors reveal the origins of the attitudes and practices that are shaping teacher education in our country today.
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Part One: Teacher Education: A Contemporary Perspective on the Past

1. Connecting the Present to the Past(John I. Goodlad)

2. Recurring Themes and Variations(Robert A. Levin)

Part Two: Evolution of Teacher Education: Institutional Perspectives

3. Abiding by the ``Rule of Birds′′: Teaching Teachers in Small Liberal Arts Colleges(Charles Burgess)

4. The Evolution of Normal Schools(Richard J. Altenbaugh, Kathleen Underwood)

5. Teaching Teachers in Private Universities(Barbara Beatty)

6. Teacher Education and Leadership in Major Universities(Irving G. HAndrick)

Part Three: Evolution of Teacher Education: State Perspectives

7. The Influence of Bureaucracy and Markets: Teacher Education in Pennsylvania(Linda Eisenmann)

8. Centralization, Competition, and Racism: Teacher Education in Georgia(Kathleen Cruikshank)

Part Four: Perspective on the Future

9. Beyond Reinventing the Past: The Politics of Teacher Education(Roger Soder, Kenneth A. Sirotnik)
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John I. Goodlad
Roger Soder
Kenneth A. Sirotnik
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