ERIC Number: ED355468
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
Research Symposium. Teacher Education in Reading: Worldwide Issues. International Reading Association World Congress on Reading (14th, Maui, Hawaii, July 14, 1992). Yearbook 1992.
Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading.
This collection of 24 papers focuses on teacher education, literacy, and literature. Papers in the collection are: "Implementing Holistic Literacy Strategies in Chinese Teacher Preparation Programs" (R. L. Baker and M. H. Shaw-Baker); "I-Searching in Teacher Education" (A. Bartlett); "Strategies for Reducing Stress and Promoting Self-Esteem in Reading" (J. F. Bass and R. V. Bass); "School Based/University Assisted Teacher Induction Model" (S. Blair-Larsen and J. Bercik); "Assessment for Intervention of Second Grade At-Risk Students: An Inservice Project" (M. Brueggeman and J. Knickerbocker); "The Role of Action Research in Developing Reflective Preservice Teachers" (K. Carr and C. Mihalevich); "Modeling the Use of the GUIDE Framework in Secondary Integrated Reading Courses" (L. M. Clinard); "Teacher Change through Reading Recovery to Inservice" (T. S. Hansell and E. Traynelis-Yurek); "Into the 'Real World': Restructuring Teacher Education in Reading" (J. C. Richards and J. P. Gipe); "Authentic Assessment vs. Traditional Measurement: A Conflict in the Preparation of Preservice Teachers of Reading" (E. F. Searls and V. Mil Searls); "The Integrated Reading Curriculum: Creating a Student-Centered Environment in Preservice Methods Courses" (M. C. Sneed and K. Henn-Reinke); "A Summary of the Relative Efficacy of Computer-Assisted Reading Programs versus Traditional Instruction" (R. Thompson); "The Andis Integrated Instructional Strategies--Framework for Developing Thematic Units" (M. F. Andis); "What Do Literacy Teachers Need To Know about Language? What Do Literacy Teachers Need To Know about the Structures or Patterns of Language?" (M. Emmitt); "Deconstruction in an ESL Text: Rewriting 'Laura in Los Angeles'" (J. P. Konopak and B. C. Konopak); "Ensuring Successful Teaching: Resources and Practices in the Literacy Program" (K. Merritt); "Language Learning: Australian and United States Perspectives" (E. P. Ross); "One Week in Rio: A Descriptive Model for International Literacy Inservice" (M. P. French and M. A. Rybczynski); "Promises for World Understanding through International Children's Books" (I. A. Allen); "Global Education through Literature-Based Theme Units" (M. Henney); "Reading the Professional Literature: Guiding Education Students To Develop the Habit of Reading Professional Journals" (J. M. Jacobson); "Global Literature in the Integrated Curriculum: Opportunities in Teacher Education" (R. W. Joels); "Mythology" (M. A. Lach); and "Using Children's Books To Teach Global Values in Teacher Education" (M.S. Neil). (RS)
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Computer Assisted Instruction, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Global Approach, High Risk Students, Higher Education, Holistic Approach, Instructional Effectiveness, Models, Reading Programs, Reading Research, Self Esteem, Student Centered Curriculum, Student Evaluation, Teacher Education, Thematic Approach
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading.
Identifiers - Location: Australia