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Kaleidoscope : Readings in Education,9780618042807

Kaleidoscope : Readings in Education

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Edition:
9th
ISBN13:

9780618042807

ISBN10:
0618042806
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/12/2000
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing
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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
Letter from a Teacher
9(3)
John C. Crowley
Room to Learn
12(8)
Greg Michie
Calling in the Cosmos
20(5)
Margaret Metzger
Reflection Is at the Heart of Practice
25(5)
Simon Hole
Grace Hall McEntee
The Heart of the Matter
30(3)
Robert Fried
The Great Teacher Question: Beyond Competencies
33(7)
Edward R. Ducharme
Why Johnny Can't Fail
40(4)
Jerry Jesness
Selecting ``Star'' Teachers for Children and Youth in Urban Poverty
44(7)
Martin Haberman
Developing an Effective Teaching Portfolio
51(7)
Kenneth Wolf
Part Two Students
Who Is This Child?
58(2)
Robert D. Barr
Problem Students: The Sociocultural Roots
60(7)
D. Stanley Eitzen
Boys Call Me Cow
67(6)
Charol Shakeshaft
Laurie Mandel
Yolanda M. Johnson
Janice Sawyer
Mary Ann Hergenrother
Ellen Barber
How to Create Discipline Problems
73(5)
M. Mark Wasicsko
Steven M. Ross
At Risk for Abuse: A Teacher's Guide for Recognizing and Reporting Child Neglect and Abuse
78(7)
Dennis L. Cates
Marc A. Markell
Sherrie Bettenhausen
What Do Students Want (and What Really Motivates Them)?
85(6)
Richard Strong
Harvey F. Silver
Amy Robinson
On Emotional Intelligence: A Conversation with Daniel Goleman
91(5)
John O'Neil
What Do We Know from Brain Research?
96(6)
Pat Wolfe
Ron Brandt
Leaving No Child Behind
102(4)
Marian Wright Edelman
Part Three Schools
Mythology and the American System of Education
106(10)
David C. Berliner
A Tale of Two Schools
116(5)
Larry Cuban
The Big Benefits of Smallness
121(5)
Deborah W. Meier
Why Some Parents Don't Come to School
126(6)
Margaret Finders
Cynthia Lewis
Parent Participation: Fad or Function?
132(8)
James P. Comer
Home Schooling Comes of Age
140(5)
Patricia M. Lines
Early Lessons of the Charter School Movement
145(6)
Joe Nathan
Charter Schools: The Smiling Face of Disinvestment
151(9)
Alex Molnar
Part Four Curriculum
The Saber-Tooth Curriculum
160(6)
J. Abner Peddiwell
The Paideia Proposal: Rediscovering the Essence of Education
166(6)
Mortimer J. Adler
The Core Knowledge Curriculum---What's Behind Its Success?
172(6)
E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
The Quality School Curriculum
178(6)
William Glasser
Curriculum Integration and the Disciplines of Knowledge
184(10)
James A. Beane
The Relevance of Religion to the Curriculum
194(5)
Warren A. Nord
Teaching Themes of Care
199(8)
Nel Noddings
Mining the Values in the Curriculum
207(4)
Kevin Ryan
Standards for American Schools: Help or Hindrance?
211(8)
Elliot W. Eisner
Realizing the Promise of Standards-Based Education
219(7)
Mike Schmoker
Robert J. Marzano
Part Five Instruction
Engaging Students: What I Learned Along the Way
226(4)
Anne Wescott Dodd
A Multiplicity of Intelligences
230(7)
Howard Gardner
Students Need Challenge, Not Easy Success
237(7)
Margaret M. Clifford
Making the Grade: What Benefits Students?
244(8)
Thomas R. Guskey
Cooperative Learning and the Cooperative School
252(9)
Robert E. Slavin
What's All the Noise About? Constructivism in the Classroom
261(6)
Frank Betts
Context Matters: Teaching in Japan and the United States
267(11)
Nancy Sato
Milbrey W. McLaughlin
Part Six Foundations
My Pedagogic Creed
278(7)
John Dewey
The Educated Person
285(8)
Ernest L. Boyer
The Basis of Education
293(5)
Robert Maynard Hutchins
The Free and Happy Student
298(6)
B. F. Skinner
Personal Thoughts on Teaching and Learning
304(3)
Carl Rogers
The Ethics of Teaching
307(5)
Kenneth A. Strike
The Teacher's Ten Commandments: School Law in the Classroom
312(12)
Thomas R. McDaniel
You Ask, ``Why Have School Costs Increased So Greatly During the Last 20 Years?''
324(6)
Otis K. LoVette
The Return of Character Education
330(8)
Thomas Lickona
Part Seven Educational Reform
What Matters Most: A Competent Teacher for Every Child
338(13)
Linda Darling-Hammond
From Aptitude to Effort: A New Foundation for Our Schools
351(5)
Lauren B. Resnick
New Hope for High Schools: Lessons from Reform-Minded Educators
356(6)
Theodore R. Sizer
The Who, What, and Why of Site-Based Management
362(6)
Jane L. David
The Power of Innovative Scheduling
368(8)
Robert Lynn Canady
Michael D. Rettig
The Educational Consequences of Choice
376(7)
Paul T. Hill
School Choice: Panacea or Pandora's Box?
383(9)
Kevin B. Smith
Kenneth J. Meier
Part Eight Educational Technology
The Mad Dash to Compute
392(5)
Jane M. Healy
Making a Living, Making a Life: Technology Reconsidered
397(5)
Neil Postman
School Reform in the Information Age
402(10)
Howard D. Mehlinger
Technology and Equity Issues
412(8)
Michael N. Milone, Jr.
Judy Salpeter
Technology Changes Intelligence: Societal Implications and Soaring IQs
420(5)
Robert J. Sternberg
Educating the Net Generation
425(7)
Don Tapscott
Part Nine Diversity
Multiculturalism: E Pluribus Plures
432(7)
Diane Ravitch
Multicultural Education in the New Century
439(4)
James A. Banks
Multicultural Illiteracy
443(4)
Sandra Stotsky
The Culture/Learning Style Connection: Educating for Diversity
447(7)
Pat Guild
Where We Stand on the Rush to Inclusion
454(6)
Albert Shanker
What Do I Do Now? A Teacher's Guide to Including Students with Disabilities
460(5)
Michael F. Giangreco
School Reform and Student Diversity
465(6)
Catherine Minicucci
Paul Berman
Barry McLaughlin
Beverly McLeod
Beryl Nelson
Kate Woodworth
The Changing Face of Bilingual Education
471(6)
Russell Gersten
Shortchanging Girls and Boys
477(6)
Susan McGee Bailey
Glossary 483(10)
Index 493(8)
Article Review Form 501(2)
Student Response Form 503


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