ERIC Number: ED327538
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
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Development of the Teaching Profession.
West, B. Bradley, Ed.; Gress, James R., Ed.
The Journal of the Michigan Association of Teacher Educators and the Ohio Association of Teacher Educators, v4 n2 Spr-Sum 1990.
The articles in this journal address aspects of the general theme, "Development of the Teaching Profession," and report on research in brain dominance and certification practices. The following articles are in the theme features section: (1) "Collecting Garbage, Driving Trucks, and Waiting Tables: The Economic Reality of Teaching" (David Bell and Patricia B. Roach); (2) "The Texas Experiment" (Stephen E. Daniels and Larry L. Kraus); (3) "Methods and Models of Professional Knowledge" (Jerry A. Ligon); (4) "Can Professionalism Be Taught?" (Nancy Lee Cecil and Kay Moore; (5) "Minimum Competency Standards in Teacher Education: Should There Be Exceptions?" (Virginia L. Pearson); (6) "Teaching as a Researching Profession" (Violet Auselmini Allain); and (7) "A Model for the Governance of University-Wide Teacher Education" (Richard E. Ishler, Sandra Longfellow-Robinson, and Peter J. Larson). The two research reports are: "The Relationship between Measures of Brain Dominance and Perceived Communication Variables among Student Teachers and Their Cooperating Teachers" (Nancy Pietraszkiewicz); and "Certification Practices in the U.S.: A Status Report" (Donald W. Jones). The journal also contains a book review, messages from the presidents of the organizations, and editors' pages. (JD)
Descriptors: Brain Hemisphere Functions, Elementary Secondary Education, Governance, Higher Education, Minimum Competencies, Models, Multiple Employment, Preservice Teacher Education, Professional Development, Research Reports, State Legislation, Teacher Certification, Teacher Education Programs, Teaching Methods, Teaching (Occupation)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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