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Rethinking the connections between campus courses and Field experiences in College and University-based teacher education
In this paper, I discuss one of the central problems that has plagued college and university-based pre-service teacher education for many years, the disconnect between the campus and school-basedExpand
Reflective Teaching: An Introduction
CONTENTS SERIES PREFACE Introduction Examining the Social Conditions of Schooling Understanding and Examining Personal Beliefs about Teaching and Schooling About the Books in this Series Series Acknowledgments PREFACE Acknowledgements 1. Expand
Studying Teacher Education : The Report of the AERA Panel on Research and Teacher Education
Contents: Foreword. Preface. Executive Summary: The Report of the AERA Panel on Research and Teacher Education. M. Cochran-Smith, K. Fries, The AERA Panel on Research and Teacher Education: ContextExpand
Teaching Student Teachers to Reflect
Conventional teacher education programs follow an apprenticeship model and, in so doing, aspire to provide student teachers with pedagogical skills and techniques derived from a preexisting body of...
Teacher Education and the Struggle for Social Justice
Foreword, Michael W. Apple Preface Acknowledgements 1. The Adequacies and Inadequacies of Three Current Strategies to Recruit, Prepare, and Retain the Best Teachers for All Students 2. EducatingExpand
Becoming a teacher educator: a personal perspective
Abstract This paper examines various aspects of the author's transition from classroom teacher to a cooperating teacher and then from cooperating teacher to university teacher educator. This analysisExpand
The New Scholarship in Teacher Education
This article, based on Ken Zeichner's 1998 Division K Vice-Presidential address, traces the development of teacher education research in the U.S. over the last 21 years. Five different segments ofExpand
The Turn Once Again Toward Practice-Based Teacher Education
Current work to identify the core teaching practices that should be included in teacher education curriculum is a part of a long-standing tradition of reform in American teacher education. ThisExpand
Competition, economic rationalization, increased surveillance, and attacks on diversity: Neo-liberalism and the transformation of teacher education in the U.S.
Abstract This paper discusses recent developments in U.S. teacher education that are tied to the global neo-liberal project. The focus is on how changes experienced throughout the world have playedExpand