ERIC Number: ED342698
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Law-Related Education and the Preservice Teacher. Proceedings of a Working Conference (Cincinnati, Ohio, April 21-23, 1988).
Anderson, Charlotte C., Ed.; Naylor, David T., Ed.
Evolving from a working conference, this volume examines three areas basic to preservice teacher preparation. Specifically, the conference explored (1) the literature and research that informs and supports law-related education; (2) the knowledge, skills, and abilities that teachers need in order to teach law-related education effectively; and (3) the access points and strategies for making law-related education an integral part of preservice teacher education. The following papers are included: "Making LRE an Integral Part of Preservice Teacher Education Programs" (D. Naylor); "Lessons about Teacher Training" (L. Arbetman); "The Challenge of Teacher Education Reform" (H. Gideonse); "Civic Competency: A Natural Nexus with Law-Related Education" (J. Nelson); "Using Law-Related Education to Facilitate Students' Learning in Critical Thinking" (F. Rogers); "School Climate: Research Insights for the Education of Social Studies Teachers" (M. Hepburn); "LRE and Delinquency Prevention: Implications for Preservice Education" (R. Hunter); "Law-Related Education Research: Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning" (D. Skeel); "What Do Secondary School Teachers Need to Know?" (S. Rose); "Knowledge Base for Preservice Education Teachers of Law-Related Education at the Middle School Level" (C. Butler); "Citizenship Education in Elementary Schools: Preparing the Classroom Teacher" (A. Gallagher); "A Law-Related Approach to Foundations of Education" (L. Fischer); "Law and the Preservice Curriculum: A Proposed Curricular Model" (E. Walter Miles); "Law-related Education: The Link with Clinical Experiences in Teacher Education" (P. Maxey Fernlund); and "LRE in Elementary Social Studies Methods Textbooks and Courses: Perspectives, Issues, and Recommendations" (D. Naylor). (DB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: American Bar Association, Chicago, IL. Special Committee on Youth Education for Citizenship.