ERIC Number: ED418084
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
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Foundational Studies in Teacher Education: A Reexamination. Special Issues from the Teachers College Record.
Tozer, Steven, Ed.; Anderson, Thomas H., Ed.; Armbruster, Bonnie B., Ed.
This collection of essays focuses on the role of psychological and cultural foundations in teacher education. Following an introduction by the editors, the 12 essays are as follows: "Reconnecting Foundations to the Substance of Teacher Education" (Lee S. Shulman); "A Reconceptualization of Educational Foundations" (Jonas F. Soltis); "Educational Psychology as a Foundation in Teacher Education: Reforming an Old Notion" (Penelope L. Peterson, Christopher M. Clark, and W. Patrick Dickson); "Classroom Knowledge as a Foundation for Teaching" (Walter Doyle); "Race and Ethnicity in the Teacher Education Curriculum" (William Trent); "The Role of History in the Education of Teachers" (Paul C. Violas); "Examining Gender as a Foundation within Foundational Studies" (Glorianne M. Leck);"Some Maxims for Learning and Instruction" (Richard C. Anderson and Bonnie B. Armbruster); "Motivation: What Teachers Need To Know" (Carole A. Ames); "Essentials of Student Assessment: From Accountability to Instructional Aid" (Robert L. Linn); "Inside the Classroom: Social Vision and Critical Pedagogy" (William Bigelow); and "Case Studies--Why and How" (Harry S. Broudy). (SM)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Cultural Influences, Diversity (Student), Educational History, Educational Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Foundations of Education, Higher Education, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Preservice Teacher Education, Psychological Patterns, Public Education, Racial Bias, Sex Differences, Social Influences, Student Evaluation, Student Motivation, Teacher Education
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