ERIC Number: ED394902
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
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The Teacher Educator's Handbook: Building a Knowledge Base for the Preparation of Teachers. The Jossey-Bass Education Series.
Murray, Frank B., Ed.
In this book, leading scholars address a range of issues, ideas, and research findings in the field of teacher education, examining specific disciplines, social foundations, and program structures, as well as school reform and diversity. Part One: The Need for a Knowledge Base contains five chapters: "Beyond Natural Teaching: The Case for Professional Education" (F. B. Murray); "The Changing Context of Teacher Education" (L. Darling-Hammond and V. Cobb); "Perspectives on Learning to Teach" (S. Feiman-Nemser and J. Remillard); "The Concept of a Knowledge Base" (R. Donmoyer); and "Research Genres in Teacher Education" (M. Kennedy). Part Two: Subject Matter Knowledge contains: "Pathway from the Liberal Arts Curriculum to Lessons in the Schools" (F. Murray and A. Porter); "A Knowledge Base in the Fine Arts" (L. Galbraith); "Changing the Subject: Teacher Education and Language Arts" (M. Amsler and E. Stotko); "Reading Curriculum and Instruction" (M. Graves and others); "Learning to Read and Learning to Teach Reading" (L. Ehri and J. Williams); "History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science and Mathematics" (Z. Dagher and B. D'Ambrosio); "Teaching What Mathematicians Do" (L. Copes); "Science and Creationism: A Case Study in Biology " (National Academy of Sciences); and "Something Old, Something New: What Do Social Studies Teachers Need to Know?" (S. Wilson and G. W. McDiarmid). Part Three: The Discipline of Education contains: "Diversity in Education: Problems and Possibilities" (J. Ducette and others); "The Social Foundations of Education: Retrospect and Prospect" (S. McAninch and A. McAninch); "Foundations of Education and the Devaluation of Teacher Preparation" (G. Clabaugh and E. Rozycki); "Educational Psychology and the Teacher's Reasoning" (F. Murray); and "Parents, Families, and Communities: Opportunities for Preservice Teacher Education" (L. Young and P. Edwards). Part Four: Program Structures and Design contains: "Patterns in Prospective Teachers: Guides for Designing Preservice Programs (K. Howey and N. Zimpher); "Philosophical and Structural Perspectives in Teacher Education" (J. Grow-Maienza); "Program Structures and Learning to Teach" (R. Arends and N. Winitzky); "Program Pedagogy" (K. Carter and D. Anders); "Changes and Choices in Teaching Methods" (B. Stengel and A. Tom); "Educating Teachers for Restructured Schools" (M. Levine); and "Developing Practice through Field Experiences" (J. G. Knowles and A. Cole). Part Five: The Teacher Education Faculty and Their Work contains: "Development of the Teacher Education Professorate" (E. Ducharme and M. Ducharme); and "The Case for Formal Research and Practical Inquiry in Teacher Education" (V. Richardson). (IAH)
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Change, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Higher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Integrated Services, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Language Arts, Mathematics Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Professional Development Schools, Science Education, Social Studies, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators
Jossey-Bass Publishers, 350 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA 94104 ($75).
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Note: Foreword by David Imig.