6 edition of Critical perspectives on the curriculum of teacher education found in the catalog.
Critical perspectives on the curriculum of teacher education
|Statement||edited by Thomas S. Poetter, Thomas L. Goodney, and Jennifer L. Bird.|
|Contributions||Poetter, Thomas S. 1962-, Goodney, Thomas Lee., Bird, Jennifer L.|
|LC Classifications||LB1715 .C75 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||2004106789|
Critical Practices for Anti-bias Education is organized into four sections: Instruction, Classroom Culture, Family and Community Engagement, and Teacher Leadership. In each section, you can explore recom-mended practices, findhelpful explanations and learn how each practice connects to anti-bias Size: KB. teachers representing all grade levels (K–12), preferably two teachers from each grade level. In smaller districts, however, one teacher per three grade/course levels is satisfactory (with feedback from those teaching the other grade/course levels). In smaller districts, a curriculum director could be hired by the cooperative (if such aFile Size: KB.
Themes include the nature of pedagogy, the importance of teaching and learning style, the relevance of context and content and the ways in which traditional teaching forms a part of the disciplinary rather than critical project. Teaching Critical Psychology offers guidance in teaching pupils, students. critical appraisal of the process of implementing the new basic education curriculum in Mozambique. THE CURRICULUM CONCEPT. According to Smith (, ) ―the idea of curriculum is hardly new - but the way we understand and theorize it has altered over the years — and there remains considerable dispute as to meaning‖.
education often engage core teachers who plan and deliver the curriculum. For this study, a measure was created to assess teacher perspectives of career education efforts in middle school. A two-factor structure (career integration and future orientation) was demonstrated in exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis of the survey. Results File Size: KB. Perspectives for a Diverse America is an online K literacy-based anti-bias curriculum designed to help teachers deliver culturally responsive instruction while meeting the requirements of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts/Literacy. Perspectives allows teachers to File Size: KB.
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About the Author. Thomas S. Poetter holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from Indiana University, Bloomington.
He is an Associate Professor of Curriculum in the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Poetter is the author or coauthor of numerous journal articles on curriculum, teacher education, Format: Paperback.
Teachers, Curriculum and Policy: Critical Perspectives in Educational Research [Nilsson, I.; Lundahl, L. (eds.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers Author: L. (eds.) Nilsson, I.; Lundahl. This book introduces and examines different aspects of education. Each chapter offers critical perspectives by presenting alternative and competing views, and raising thought-provoking questions on the selected key aspect of include the foundations of education, concepts in education such as learning, teaching and curriculum, and current issues, trends and challenges in : Charlene Tan, Benjamin Wong, Jude Chua Soo Meng.
"Critical Perspectives on the Curriculum of Teacher Education is a collection written by members of Miami University's widely recognized doctoral program in Educational Leadership.
The chapter authors discuss key ideas and present new possibilities for formal and informal curriculum interventions in teacher education.
Teacher Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship: Critical Perspectives on Values, Curriculum and Assessment - CRC Press Book This book examines how educators internationally can better understand the role of education as a public good designed to nurture peace, tolerance, sustainable livelihoods and human fulfilment.
Critical Perspectives on Education. Education poses some of the most challenging questions of any profession.
Whether as teachers, policy makers or researchers, the complexity of the practices and policies that we encounter demand careful reflection.
The Critical Perspectives on Education Series includes volumes designed to provoke the kind. The particular focus of the series is on teacher perceptions of how globalization has influenced citizenship education, and to what extent global citizenship education can be implemented in classrooms.
This will include critical analysis of changing student demographics and behavior, administration, funding, pedagogy and curriculum. Critical Perspectives on Internationalising the Curriculum in Disciplines: Reflective Narrative Accounts from Business, Education and Health is essential reading for academics and administrators invested in exploring new ways to better prepare students for life and work in the 21st century.
As educators are central to the enactment and experiences of curriculum, the authors aim to equip readers with critical and post-structuralist ideas, concepts and perspectives that can make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people in the early childhood, primary and secondary phases of resource explores a diverse range of topics related to curriculum, education 5/5(1).
Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies (hereinafter the “School”). These policies and procedures (e.g., teachers, curriculum specialists, supervisors, other professional staff, and researchers).
Such programs are designed to prepare reflective Facilitates the integration of global perspectives in education, as well as internationalFile Size: KB. The curriculum and teaching methods should encourage independent and critical thought, the capacity to question, enquire and reason, to weigh evidence and form judgments, to achieve understanding, and to recognise the provisional and incomplete nature of mostFile Size: 35KB.
ÿThe alienating nature of the dominant curriculum in African schools and universities is an issue which simmered just below the surface in the student protests that swept through the South African higher education sector. The collection of essays found in this timely publication, offers compelling arguments for the deliberate embrace of the African culture to advance African knowledge.
This book gives a considered and realistic account of the debates and tensions around policy, research, theory and practice that currently preoccupy all teacher educators, and it provides some valuable examples of perspectives and approaches to resolving these within the different ITE and CPD programmes of the Institute of Education.
This engaging text examines issues in education and curriculum theory from multiple critical perspectives. Students are encouraged to look at education from the "inside" (the complex processes, methods and relations that operate within schools) and from the "outside" (the larger social, economic, and political forces that have affected schools over time).
The teacher's book provides at least some basic in-servicing on ways of implementing the materials. These two examples, it is argued here, reflect the general situation and prove that a basic problem exists; namely, the essential link between curriculum reform and pre- and in-service education of teachers is missing, or is Size: 1MB.
critical theory and education Though relatively few educators--including educational technologists--appear to concern themselves directly with critical theory (McLaren, a), a number of influential educators are pursuing the theory in one or more of its current manifestations.
The journal publishes articles that promote innovative curriculum thinking, multiple ways of knowing and understanding, and critical and creative problem solving to develop solutions that can make a difference in the lives of students and their communities.
This is the official journal of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association. ‘The main contribution of this book is, through extensive research with over respondents in the field of education (teachers, teacher educators, academics, and civil society stakeholders), the identification of a substantive lack of critical theoretical underpinnings and praxis for the various disparate global education approaches used in UK schools, and the articulation of a new path for invigorating their.
The Instructional Context of Critical Thinking Development in Early Childhood Education: Theoretical and Curriculum Perspectives: /ch This chapter will outline the roles of teachers within early childhood learning environments and how they may promote children's critical Author: Hannah Mills Mechler.
This chapter introduces philosophical perspectives on education by discussing five major educational thoughts or philosophies (Idealism, Realism, Pragmatism, Existentialism, and Postmodernism) and five main educational theories (perennialism, essentialism, Author: Charlene Tan.
The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Thinking in Higher Education provides a single compendium on the nature, function, and applications of critical thinking.
This book brings together the work of top researchers on critical thinking worldwide, covering questions of definition, pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, research, policy, and application.perspective to the teaching and learning situations, and every learner has a unique experiential a result, implementation of the explicit curriculum will vary as teachers (1) make important on-the-spot decisions reflecting theirFile Size: 1MB.critical science-based curriculum perspective best addresses the perennial family, career, and community issues component of Standard 5.
Table 1 compares the focus, view of the family, subject matter, focus of learning, and role of the teacher and student for the two perspectives.