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"Reflective Teaching" is a term used in teacher education to convey various meanings and purposes. In this article, Cruickshank's Reflective Teaching ap proach to practice teaching is critiqued, strengths of the approach are acknow ledged, and modifications are proposed. Gore makes comparisons...
Blase describes a 3-year qualitative study of the politics of being a teacher. Specifically, the meanings that teachers attributed to their political interactions with parents are examined. Unstruc tured and structured interviews and ob servations were used to collect data from high school...
Benner, George, and Cagle present the concept of teacher education admission boards, particularly as defined by and established at the University of Ten nessee. The boards, comprised of prac titioners in the field, content area special ists, advanced students, and program area faculty interview...
Braun, Willems, Brown, and Green pro vide information on how education majors should prepare application papers and what they should expect in interviews. Two hundred and seventy- one (271) secondary and elementary administrators responded to a survey re garding the procedures they use when...
TEAGS is a proposed program model intended to attract academically gifted college students to preservice teacher education. The TEAGS program is based on the philosophies of the Paideia Proposal and a shared inquiry approach adapted from the Great Books approach to education.
Undergraduate majors in elementary and secondary education were com pared to non-education majors on their attainment of the Piagetian tasks of classification, conservation, propor tional reasoning, images, and relations. No significant differences were found be tween the groups, although each...
Teachers can become change agents, but only if they adhere to a social recon structionist perspective. Regrettably, most teacher education institutions, ar gues Barone, emphasize social adap tionism; that is, those matriculating through and graduating from "adap tionist" institutions favor...
Ross and Kyle provide teacher educators with a way of presenting and discussing teacher effectiveness research in the context of the teacher education curric ulum. The authors argue that it is im perative that preservice teachers de velop an ability to use and reflect on conflicting research...
Rossetto and Grosenick investigated the perceptions of graduates of an induction program in teacher education. Program graduates from the past 13 years were surveyed regarding training received as part of an on-the-job preparation pro gram conducted jointly by selected school districts and the...
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