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In the midst of a rapidly expanding concern for the quality of preservice and in-service education of teachers the pro gram for the preparation of the adminis trator seldom emerges for the consid eration it deserves. Mr. Baber draws upon his rich background as teacher, public- school...
Mr. Allen, Associate Professor of His tory at George Peabody College for Teach ers, Nashville, Tennessee, looks critically at his academic colleagues as they evalu ate their responsibilities to teacher educa tion. Can the approach now in general use, he asks, be improved? What should be the role...
How may teacher education go beyond the conventional channels in developing a deeper understanding of human rela tionships? Can enriching experiences be extended at the preservice level? How can the institution take fullest advantage of the resources in its area? These are some of the issues...
Mr. Doane, Head of the Department of Education at Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota, describes a recent co operative effort to state clearly the com petencies to be developed and the learn ings to be achieved in the preparation of secondary-school teachers.
It is daily becoming more apparent that organized preparation to teach for inter national understanding is a "must" in teacher education. How one institution is meeting this challenge is presented here by Mr. Apple, Professor of Education, San Diego State College, San Diego, California.
When to begin formal professional preparation, what experiences to include, how to integrate these requirements with all of the other requirements in a bac calaureate program—these are widely dis puted points among teacher-education specialists and leaders in higher educa tion througout the...
Among the oldest objectives of the American educational system is the teach ing of citizenship. Only occasionally do we find an institution plunging boldly into uncharted seas in pursuit of this ob jective. Mr. Biddle, Director, Program of Community Dynamics, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana,...
The literature of teacher education shows a growing interest in the extent to which departmentalization may be justified. The challenge is not limited to the subject-matter fields; it is clearly heard by many who are responsible for the professional development of the pros pective teacher. Mr....
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