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Three questions are addressed: (a) Has funding, in both constant and real dollars, for schools of education changed over the last 10 years? (b) Where do schools of education stand relative to other academic units with respect to funding? and (c) Has this rank changed over time? Results from data...
Applied ethics courses in education emphasize an analytical or rules/principles ap proach to resolving ethical dilemmas. Two other fruitful approaches, character/struc ture and background beliefs/ideals, tend to be ignored or minimized in these courses. Every applied ethics course should include...
One of the central ethical tensions that novice teachers face is how to care for their students while establishing and maintaining control. The author portrays one student teacher's intentions to care and control, analyzes the student teacher's caring actions, and proposes that teacher educators...
Teaching has been conceived of as a decontextualized, apolitical, amoral enterprise in both historical and contemporary contexts of teacher education. For example, normal schools fostered a conception of competence in which moral deliberation was less than central by promoting vocationalism and...
On the basis of their experiences in more than 35 courses, the authors present recommenda tions for the use of cooperative learning with preservice teachers. Research on the use of cooperative learning in higher education is briefly outlined. Nine cooperative learning strategies are described,...
Interviews from an ethnographic study of elementary school teachers and students are cited to support the conclusion that an ethic of caring is essential to the definition of effective teaching. A process for restructuring teacher education programs on the basis of an ethic of caring is...
The purpose of this essay is to stimulate consideration of the roles that teachers might play in promoting social justice both with and for school-age youth. It is proposed that adopting an ethical stance toward children requires efforts to identify and address oppressive social and political...
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