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Handbook of Research on Teacher Education

Enduring Questions in Changing Contexts Third Edition

Edited by: Marilyn Cochran-Smith , Sharon Feiman-Nemser , D. John McIntyre , Kelly E. Demers

Print publication date:  February  2008
Online publication date:  February  2008

Print ISBN: 9780805847765
eBook ISBN: 9780203938690
Adobe ISBN: 9781135618339

10.4324/9780203938690
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Co-Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group and the Association of Teacher Educators.

The Handbook of Research on Teacher Education was initiated to ferment change in education based on solid evidence. The publication of the First Edition was a signal event in 1990. While the preparation of educators was then – and continues to be – the topic of substantial discussion, there did not exist a codification of the best that was known at the time about teacher education. Reflecting the needs of educators today, the Third Edition takes a new approach to achieving the same purpose. Beyond simply conceptualizing the broad landscape of teacher education and providing comprehensive reviews of the latest research for major domains of practice, this edition:

  • stimulates a broad conversation about foundational issues
  • brings multiple perspectives to bear
  • provides new specificity to topics that have been undifferentiated in the past
  • includes diverse voices in the conversation.

The Editors, with an Advisory Board, identified nine foundational issues and translated them into a set of focal questions:

  • What’s the Point?: The Purposes of Teacher Education
  • What Should Teachers Know? Teacher Capacities: Knowledge, Beliefs, Skills, and Commitments
  • Where Should Teachers Be Taught? Settings and Roles in Teacher Education
  • Who Teaches? Who Should Teach? Teacher Recruitment, Selection, and Retention
  • Does Difference Make a Difference? Diversity and Teacher Education
  • How Do People Learn to Teach?
  • Who’s in Charge? Authority in Teacher Education
  • How Do We Know What We Know? Research and Teacher Education
  • What Good is Teacher Education? The Place of Teacher Education in Teachers’ Education.

The Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) is an individual membership organization devoted solely to the improvement of teacher education both for school-based and post secondary teacher educators.  For more information on our organization and publications, please visit: www.ate1.org

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Values and purpose in teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Teacher education in a democratic society Download PDF
Chapter  4:  The moral and epistemic purposes of teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The American scholar Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Of the coming of John Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Socialized education Download PDF
Chapter  8:  The need for a philosophy of education Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Is deliberative democracy enough in teacher education? Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Advancing the public purpose of schooling and teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  11:  A thought from another world Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Teacher capacity Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Rethinking teacher capacity Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Teacher capacity for diverse learners Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Teacher capacity and social justice in teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  16:  A talk to teachers Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Teachers as cultural workers Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The dialectic of freedom Download PDF
Chapter  19:  They’re calling us names Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Do you see what I see? Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Partial movements toward teacher quality … and their potential for advancing social justice Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Dismantling dichotomies in teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Teacher capacity for diversity Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Teacher education programs as sites for teacher preparation Download PDF
Chapter  26:  An uneasy relationship Download PDF
Chapter  27:  What kind of experience? Download PDF
Chapter  28:  The case for university-based teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Leaving authority at the door Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Teachers for multicultural schools Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Rigor and relevance in teacher preparation Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Settings for teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Settings are more than sites Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Defining teacher quality Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Who is teaching? Does it matter? Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Teachers of color Download PDF
Chapter  37:  The next generation of teachers Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Teacher educators as gatekeepers Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Meeting the highly qualified teachers challenge Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Assessment of diversity in America’s teaching force Download PDF
Chapter  41:  African American Teacher, Samuel R. Ward Download PDF
Chapter  42:  First Mexican School Download PDF
Chapter  43:  The Carlisle School Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Asian American Scholar, Francis Chang Download PDF
Chapter  45:  INTASC model standards Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Schoolteacher Download PDF
Chapter  47:  The teacher quality problem  Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Changing the paradigm Download PDF
Chapter  49:  The perspective of a national board certified teacher on who should teach Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Diversity and teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Preparing White teachers for diverse students Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Preparing teachers of color to confront racial/ethnic disparities in educational outcomes Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Responding to the linguistic reality of mainstream classrooms Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Is assimilation dead? Download PDF
Chapter  55:  Impact of the 1954 Brown v. Topeka Board of Education decision on Black educators Download PDF
Chapter  56:  No one model American Download PDF
Chapter  57:  Educators’ preparation for cultural and linguistic diversity Download PDF
Chapter  58:  Diversity and teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  59:  Diversity and teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  60:  Troubling diversity Download PDF
Chapter  61:  Teacher learning Download PDF
Chapter  62:  The metaphors by which we teach Download PDF
Chapter  63:  The development of the personal self and professional identity in learning to teach Download PDF
Chapter  64:  Learning among colleagues Download PDF
Chapter  65:  The relation of theory to practice in education  Download PDF
Chapter  66:  Growth of teachers in professional maturity Download PDF
Chapter  67:  The nature of expertise in teaching Download PDF
Chapter  68:  Rethinking the study of learning to teach Download PDF
Chapter  69:  Perspectives on teacher learning Download PDF
Chapter  70:  Teacher learning Download PDF
Chapter  71:  The emperor’s new clothes Download PDF
Chapter  72:  Competing visions of purpose, practice, and policy Download PDF
Chapter  73:  From traditional certification to competitive certification Download PDF
Chapter  74:  The evolving field of teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  75:  The elementary and the complete examiner  Download PDF
Chapter  76:  Training of teachers Download PDF
Chapter  77:  Building a still better teaching profession for our times  Download PDF
Chapter  78:  On the education and certification of teachers  Download PDF
Chapter  79:  The professional standards movement in teaching Download PDF
Chapter  80:  National Teacher Examinations (NTE) Download PDF
Chapter  81:  New Jersey's alternate route to certification  Download PDF
Chapter  82:  Alternate routes to teacher certification Download PDF
Chapter  83:  Break the link Download PDF
Chapter  84:  Ignoring the policy makers to improve teacher preparation Download PDF
Chapter  85:  Teaching as a profession Download PDF
Chapter  86:  Jurisdictional issues in teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  87:  How do we know what we know? Download PDF
Chapter  88:  Genres of research in teacher education  Download PDF
Chapter  89:  Research on teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  90:  Critical and qualitative research in teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  91:  Applying what we know Download PDF
Chapter  92:  More light Download PDF
Chapter  93:  Knowing teaching Download PDF
Chapter  94:  Toward a better understanding of teaching and learning about teaching Download PDF
Chapter  95:  Improving methods for research on teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  96:  Notes from a pragmatist Download PDF
Chapter  97:  The place of teacher education in teachers’ education Download PDF
Chapter  98:  Teacher education toward liberal education Download PDF
Chapter  99:  The role of teacher education courses in teaching by second nature Download PDF
Chapter  100:  The value added by teacher education Download PDF
Chapter  101:  Purposes of a normal school Download PDF
Chapter  102:  A quarrel among educators Download PDF
Chapter  103:  Teacher education and the predicament of reform Download PDF
Chapter  104:  A reflection on the professional preparation of teachers Download PDF
Chapter  105:  Knowledge for teaching Download PDF
Chapter  106:  Teacher education and the education of teachers Download PDF
Name_Index Download PDF
Subject_Index Download PDF
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