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Kaleidoscope : Readings in Education

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Edition:
10th
ISBN13:

9780618305834

ISBN10:
0618305831
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
5/19/2003
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing

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This is the 10th edition with a publication date of 5/19/2003.
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Summary

This text features high-interest readings drawn from contemporary, classic, academic, and popular sources. Many of the newer readings explore current trends in teacher education, such as standards, assessment, diversity, and social issues. The pedagogy includes introductions, post-notes, discussion questions, and a glossary and helps students get the most out of each reading. The new "Education Classics" logo highlights the articles that are considered classics in the field of education. A rationale for deeming the article a "classic" is provided in the pedagogy. The "Kaleidoscope Online" Web site includes approximately 18 articles--half from the book and half unique to the Web site--with additional, enhanced pedagogy.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Part One: Teachers
The Influence of Teachers
2(7)
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Jane McCormack
Reflection Is at the Heart of Practice
9(6)
Simon Hole
Grace Hall McEntee
The Heart of the Matter
15(3)
Robert Fried
The Great Teacher Question: Beyond Competencies
18(7)
Edward R. Ducharme
Selecting ``Star'' Teachers for Children and Youth in Urban Poverty
25(7)
Martin Haberman
Creating a High-Quality Teaching Force
32(5)
Arthur E. Wise
Developing an Effective Teaching Portfolio
37(5)
Kenneth Wolf
Lessons of a First-Year Teacher
42(4)
Molly Ness
Finding Allies: Sustaining Teachers' Health and Well-Being
46(9)
Patricia Houghton
Calling in the Cosmos
55(5)
Margaret Metzger
Letter from a Teacher
60(4)
John C. Crowley
Part Two: Students
Who Is This Child?
64(2)
Robert D. Barr
Leaving No Child Behind
66(4)
Marian Wright Edelman
Problem Students: The Sociocultural Roots
70(7)
D. Stanley Eitzen
Hostile Hallways
77(4)
Jacqueline Woods
How to Create Discipline Problems
81(6)
M. Mark Wasicsko
Steven M. Ross
At Risk for Abuse: A Teacher's Guide for Recognizing and Reporting Child Neglect and Abuse
87(7)
Dennis L. Cates
Marc A. Markell
Sherrie Bettenhausen
What Do Students Want (and What Really Motivates Them)?
94(8)
Richard Strong
Harvey F. Silver
Amy Robinson
Part Three: Schools
The Culture Builder
102(6)
Roland S. Barth
The Cosmopolitan School
108(8)
David Elkind
A Tale of Two Schools
116(5)
Larry Cuban
Schools Our Teachers Deserve
121(8)
Rosetta Marantz Cohen
Small Classes, Small Schools: The Time Is Now
129(5)
Patricia A. Wasley
Why Some Parents Don't Come to School
134(6)
Margaret Finders
Cynthia Lewis
Life After School
140(5)
Sandra L. Hofferth
Zita Jankuniene
Home Schooling Comes of Age
145(7)
Patricia M. Lines
Part Four: Curriculum and Standards
The Saber-Tooth Curriculum
152(6)
J. Abner Peddiwell
The Authentic Standards Movement and Its Evil Twin
158(8)
Scott Thompson
The Paideia Proposal: Rediscovering the Essence of Education
166(7)
Mortimer J. Adler
Seeking Breadth and Depth in the Curriculum
173(5)
E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
The Quality School Curriculum
178(7)
William Glasser
The Relevance of Religion to the Curriculum
185(5)
Warren A. Nord
Teaching Themes of Care
190(8)
Nel Noddings
Mining the Values in the Curriculum
198(4)
Kevin Ryan
What Does the Research Say About Sexuality Education?
202(8)
Douglas Kirby
Part Five: Instruction
Closing the Achievement Gap
210(7)
Kati Haycock
Engaging Students: What I Learned Along the Way
217(4)
Anne Wescott Dodd
Students Need Challenge, Not Easy Success
221(7)
Margaret M. Clifford
The Many Faces of Constructivism
228(7)
David Perkins
Making the Grade: What Benefits Students?
235(8)
Thomas R. Guskey
Making Cooperative Learning Work
243(9)
David W. Johnson
Roger T. Johnson
Homework for All---in Moderation
252(6)
Harris Cooper
Assessment Crisis: The Absence of Assessment FOR Learning
258(9)
Richard J. Stiggins
Mapping a Route Toward Differentiated Instruction
267(6)
Carol Ann Tomlinson
Connecting Brain Research with Dimensions of Learning
273(7)
Mariale M. Hardiman
Part Six: Foundations
My Pedagogic Creed
280(7)
John Dewey
The Basis of Education
287(5)
Robert Maynard Hutchins
Personal Thoughts on Teaching and Learning
292(3)
Carl Rogers
Romancing the Child
295(7)
E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
The Educated Person
302(8)
Ernest L. Boyer
The Changing Landscape of U.S. Education
310(7)
James C. Carper
Dichotomizing Education: Why No One Wins and America Loses
317(8)
Carl D. Glickman
The Ethics of Teaching
325(5)
Kenneth A. Strike
The Teacher's Ten Commandments: School Law in the Classroom
330(13)
Thomas R. McDaniel
The Return of Character Education
343(9)
Thomas Lickona
Part Seven: Educational Reform
What Matters Most: A Competent Teacher for Every Child
352(14)
Linda Darling-Hammond
The Kind of Schools We Need
366(9)
Elliot W. Eisner
Accountability: What's Worth Measuring?
375(6)
Mary Anne Raywid
Putting Money Where It Matters
381(6)
Karen Hawley Miles
Coming Around on School Choice
387(6)
Joseph P. Viteritti
The False Promise of Vouchers
393(6)
Timothy McDonald
Bear Market
399(6)
Henry M. Levin
The Who, What, and Why of Site-Based Management
405(9)
Jane L. David
Part Eight: Educational Technology
The Mad Dash to Compute
414(5)
Jane M. Healy
Making a Living, Making a Life: Technology Reconsidered
419(5)
Neil Postman
Technology Use in Tomorrow's Schools
424(8)
Barbara Means
Part Nine: Diversity and Social Issues
A Considered Opinion: Diversity, Tragedy, and the Schools
432(3)
Diane Ravitch
Multicultural Education in the New Century
435(4)
James A. Banks
Multicultural Illiteracy
439(4)
Sandra Stotsky
School Reform and Student Diversity
443(6)
Catherine Minicucci
Paul Berman
Barry McLaughlin
Beverly McLeod
Beryl Nelson
Kate Woodworth
Shortchanging Girls and Boys
449(5)
Susan McGee Bailey
Clearing the Hurdles of Inclusion
454(5)
Sandy Merritt
``Our School Doesn't Offer Inclusion'' and Other Legal Blunders
459(5)
Paula Kluth
Richard A. Villa
Jacqueline S. Thousand
The Parent Trap
464(7)
Tom Loveless
Glossary 471(12)
Index 483(8)
Article Review Form 491(2)
Student Response Form 493


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