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Teachers, Teaching, and Teacher Education/Harvard Educational Review/Reprint Series, No 19
June 1987 by Harvard Educational Review .
Written in English
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Subjects: Teachers -- Training of -- United States. Teaching. Teachers -- United. About the Author Susan Moore Johnson is the Jerome T. Murphy Research Professor in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she served as academic dean from to A former high school teacher who served in an administrative role as a teacher leader, Johnson has an ongoing research interest in the work of teachers and the reform of schools and school systems.
Start Where You Are, But Don't Stay There Second Edition H. Richard Milner IV In the thoroughly revised second Teachers of Start Where You Are, But Don’t Stay There, H. Richard Milner IV addresses the knowledge and insights required on the part of teachers and school leaders to serve students of focuses on a crucial issue in teacher training and professional education: the need.
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Her current research focuses on preservice teachers’ development of self. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher.
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Teachers do not often have opportunities to openly examine and discuss issues of racism, power, and white privilege.
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Subjects: Teaching -- Vocational guidance -- United States. Teachers -- Training of -- United States. Teachers -- Training of. View all subjects; More like this. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Foreword / Vivian Gussin Paley --Introduction / Irene Hall, Carolyn H.
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Fang Y., Gopinathan S. () Teachers and Teaching in Eastern and Western Schools: A Critical Review of Cross-Cultural Comparative Studies. In: Saha L.J., Dworkin A.G. (eds) International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching. Springer International Handbooks of Education, vol To answer this question, the Editors of the Harvard Educational Review have collected the best writings on teaching published in the Review in The Complex World of Teaching.
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Educational supervision has historically sought to improve the quality of teaching. This book is a text for undergraduate and graduate students who are engaged in the study of issues in. Conclusion: A substantially greater teacher-centered effort is needed to promote vocabulary development, especially in the kindergarten and early primary years.
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Brizuela, Barbara M. et., al. (Eds.) Acts of Inquiry in Qualitative Research. Reprint Series #34, pp. Cambridge: Harvard Educational Review, Class Acts may well inspire other classroom teachers to reflect on their practice, engage in classroom research, and write." -- Vito Perrone, Director, Teacher Education Programs, Harvard Graduate School of Education "How Refreshing--a book that values the voices of real teachers discussing their work and their questions.
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This book documents six exemplary teacher preparation programs participating in school-university partnerships, examining issues of standards in teacher education. It describes how attention to standards has played out in contrasting demographic, political, and intellectual contexts.
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”) Google Scholar. Original language: English. V.K. Raina (India) Professor of Teacher Education, Department of Teacher Education and Extension, National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi. Main areas of interest include research, development and training in teacher education and social science education.
Although the project began with a review of literature about reflection in teacher education, in particular with a focus upon studies which purported to investigate its actual development in students, the researchers found that this ma- terial provided only broad guidelines for begin- ning to specify more sharply criteria against which evidence.
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This book is a collection of papers on curriculum development in early childhood education. In Chapter 1, Bruner examines what is known about the effects of poverty on child development in Western culture, considers whether modern developmental theories aid in understanding the impact of culture (and specifically) poverty on children's growth.
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Classroom teachers are finding the implementation of constructivist instruction far more difficult than the reform community acknowledges. This article presents a theoretical analysis of constructivism in practice by building a framework of dilemmas that explicates the conceptual, pedagogical, cultural, and political planes of the constructivist teaching experience.The purpose of this study was to describe and explain the teaching experiences of African American physical education teacher candidates in secondary physical education programs at urban schools.
The research design was explanatory multiple-case study situated in positioning theory (Harré & van Langenhove, ).