Forum

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Monthly Catalog Of United States Government Publications

Author by : United States. Superintendent of Documents
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Description : February issue includes Appendix entitled Directory of United States Government periodicals and subscription publications; September issue includes List of depository libraries; June and December issues include semiannual index


Resources In Education

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Foundations Of American Education

Author by : L. Dean Webb
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Description : Designed to help aspiring teachers to make informed decisions about their professional goals, this information guide to elementary and secondary teaching uses an interdisciplinary approach that concentrates on both theoretical and applied aspects of education. Balancing past, present and future appliactions of education, it offers practical coverage of the historical and philosophical roots of education, current educational structures, recent developments and projected futures.


What Is A Language Teacher

Author by : George W. Wilkins
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Description : A cursory consideration of the rather novel theme of the fifth annual Southern Conference on Language Teaching, "What is a Language Teacher?'', might lead one to suspect that the title was used as a catch-all for a variety of topics having little relation to each other or to the theme itself. A careful reading of the papers presented at the Conference, however, will soon dispel any such notion; their variety is merely an indication of the many facets of our profession, and of the many areas of specialization and concern requisite to the successful professional performance of the language teacher . It will be noted that few of the presentations are what could be termed "controversial" in nature. The frankness of exchange, and the honesty in approach to problems of language teaching suggest a unified effort on all levels, and from many different quarters, to achieve our oft-quoted goals: communication and understanding between people . If one were to distill the contents of the papers to a more specific, humanistic theme, perhaps the underlying attitude evidenced here could be characterized as: professional concern. Concern on the part of the teacher for the student; concern on the part of the members of one culture to communicate with members of another culture; concern with effective means of teaching middle- class students in ideal surroundings as well as with teaching students from subcultures within our affluent society; concern with the successful teaching of the four skills as well as with the training of literary scholars. Regretably, not all the papers were available for inclusion in these proceedings. As a final word about "What is a Language Teacher?" it would be appropriate for each of us to reflect upon those teachers we have had whose concern so influenced us that we are now involved in the same type of professional activity iVaya un maestro!


The Urban League Review

Author by : National Urban League. Research Department
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Education Libraries

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Making It Happen

Author by : Patricia A. Richard-Amato
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Description : -- Descriptions of actual programs in action give teachers exposure to real situations in real settings.


Objectives Of Teaching

Author by : Henry Clinton Morrison
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Hugging The Middle How Teachers Teach In An Era Of Testing And Accountability

Author by : Larry Cuban
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Description : Focusing on three diverse school districts (Arlington, Virginia; Denver, Colorado; and Oakland, California), this book offers a portrayal of how teachers teach. It looks at a range of workable pedagogical options educators are using to engage students while satisfying parents and policymakers - options that succeed by creating hybrid practices.


A Teacher S Guide To Standardized Reading Tests

Author by : Lucy Calkins
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Description : This book reflects the authors' belief that in order to be less victimized by tests, we need to be more knowledgeable about them.


The P T A Magazine

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Handbook Of Research On Curriculum

Author by : Philip Wesley Jackson
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Description : Provides information about a wide range of curricular issues affecting elementary and high school education, exploring methodological and conceptual issues, looking at the forces that shape the curriculum, studying the impact of the curriculum on special groups of students, and discussing conventional subjects like reading and math.


Teacher Autonomy

Author by : Clayton Singer LaCoe
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Description : Teacher autonomy can lead to either exciting or vacuous learning experiences for students. Therefore, it is of critical import that school leaders understand the complexities associated with teacher autonomy. In this book, Dr. Clay LaCoe examines how teachers view autonomy and whether or not the accountability associated with high stakes testing influences teachers' perceptions of autonomy. Researchers have tended to view teacher autonomy as a unitary concept. This book will expand the knowledge base by decomposing autonomy and deepening our understanding of how high stakes accountability affects teachers' perceptions of their own autonomy. First, a model is proposed in which autonomy is decomposed into six distinct sub-components: autonomy over curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, professional development, student discipline, and classroom environment. Second, the research examines the effects of external accountability on teacher autonomy by quantitatively and qualitatively comparing the perceptions of possessed and desired autonomy of teachers who are direct targets of external accountability to those same perceptions held by teachers who are not direct targets of external accountability. The results show that the six sub-component model of teacher autonomy provides a solid framework to understand the complex nature of teacher autonomy. The findings further indicate that, both quantitatively and qualitatively, there are no fundamental differences in how the teachers who are differentially targets of external accountability perceive their levels of possessed or desired autonomy. Although external accountability may affect the amount of autonomy teachers perceive they have or desire, this effect is not dependent on the level of external accountability faced by teachers. The results also show that teachers generally desire more autonomy than they perceive they already possess. The results inform school leaders about the complex nature of teacher autonomy and how leaders can leverage the power of teacher autonomy to make schools better places for children to learn and grow. Teacher Autonomy is an important book for collections in education.


The Fairtest Examiner

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Better Teachers For Better Schools

Author by : Phillip William Hughes
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Description : Professional development for teachers will continue to be central to the continuing need to help schools deal more effectively with the problems of change. Three themes are emphasized--the individual teacher, the school, and the system. This publication, consisting of 24 papers, is intended to inform public debate on the issue which is critical to the adoption of long term policies in Professional Development. (Author/JD)


Ade Bulletin

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Achievement Standards

Author by : California. Legislature. Assembly. Interim Committee on Education
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From The Child S Point Of View

Author by : Denny Taylor
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Description : Taylor's collection of related essays demonstrates the tremendous potential for real learning and real understanding when teachers sit side by side with their students and view the world from their perspective.


Proceedings

Author by : National Education Association of the United States
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