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Those Who Can, Teach, Custom Publication

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Edition:
10th
ISBN13:

9780618386109

ISBN10:
0618386106
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Pub. Date:
5/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Table of Contents

Preface xi
Part One Schools and Students
xxii
What Is a School and What Is It For?
1(32)
Education and Schooling
3(2)
Education
4(1)
Schooling
4(1)
Four Basic Purposes of School
5(5)
Intellectual Purposes
6(1)
Political and Civic Purposes
7(1)
Economic Purposes
8(1)
Social Purposes
9(1)
Models of Schools
10(2)
The School as Trainer of the Good Worker
10(1)
The School as Social Escalator
11(1)
The School as Preparer for College
11(1)
The School as Shopping Mall
11(1)
The School as Developer of Human Potential
11(1)
The School as Family
12(1)
The School as Social Panacea
12(1)
The School as Acculturator
12(1)
Schools as Cultures
12(3)
Socialization
13(1)
Policy Matters!: School Dress Codes
14(1)
Schools as Transmitters or Re-creators of Culture
15(4)
Transmitting Culture
15(2)
Reconstructing Society
17(2)
What Do Studies Reveal About the Nature of Schools?
19(8)
Life in Elementary Schools
19(2)
Life in Middle and Junior High Schools
21(2)
Life in High Schools
23(3)
A New Call for High School Reform
26(1)
What Is a Good School?
27(3)
Voices from the Classroom: What Is a Good School?
27(1)
Characteristics of Effective Schools
28(2)
The Unfinished Work of Schools
30(1)
A Final Word
31(2)
Who Are Today's Students in a Diverse Society?
33(36)
Sources of Student Diversity
34(2)
Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Backgrounds
35(1)
Languages Other Than English
35(1)
Socioeconomic Status
35(1)
Gender
35(1)
Sexual Orientation
36(1)
Diverse Needs
36(1)
Diverse Abilities
36(1)
Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity
36(4)
Not There Yet
39(1)
Diverse Needs
40(2)
Glasser's Choice Theory
40(1)
Adolescent Subcultures
41(1)
Diverse Abilities
42(8)
Multiple Intelligences
42(2)
Differing Learning Styles
44(2)
Students with Disabilities
46(1)
Gifted and Talented Students
47(3)
The School's Response to Diversity
50(16)
Multicultural Education
51(2)
Bilingual Education
53(1)
Policy Matters!: The Battle over Bilingual Education
54(3)
Special Education
57(4)
Programs for Gifted and Talented Students
61(1)
Voices from the Classroom: Collaborative Teaching
62(1)
Nontraditional Programs
63(1)
Diversity: A Complex Phenomenon
64(2)
The Teacher's Response to Diversity
66(1)
Teacher-Student Disparity
66(1)
Implications for Teachers
66(1)
A Final Word
67(2)
What Social Problems and Tension Points Affect Today's Students?
69(38)
Social Problems Affecting Students
70(17)
New American Family Patterns
71(2)
Voices from the Classroom: Families and Schools
73(1)
Poverty
74(2)
Homelessness
76(1)
Teenage Parenting
77(1)
Abused and Neglected Children
78(1)
Alcohol and Drug Abuse
79(1)
Adolescent Suicide
79(3)
School Violence and Vandalism
82(4)
School Dropout Rates
86(1)
Tension Points in American Education
87(17)
Access and Equality of Educational Opportunity
88(3)
School Choice
91(6)
Gender and Sexuality Issues
97(7)
A Final Word
104(3)
What Is Taught?
107(35)
What Is Curriculum?
108(3)
Standards-Based Reform Movement
109(2)
What Is the Present Curriculum?
111(10)
Policy Matters!: Teaching by Script or Improvisation?
112(1)
Language Arts and English
112(2)
Mathematics
114(1)
Science
115(1)
Social Studies
116(1)
Foreign Languages
117(1)
The Arts
118(1)
Physical Education, Health, and Recreation
119(1)
Elective Courses
120(1)
Vocational Courses
120(1)
Assessing Student Academic Performance
121(3)
National Assessment of Educational Progress
121(3)
Additional Influences on Curriculum
124(13)
Textbooks
124(2)
Innovative Instructional Approaches
126(5)
Voices from the Classroom: Triumphs and Setbacks
131(4)
Current Curriculum Controversies
135(2)
Is the Existing Curriculum Relevant to Today's Society?
137(2)
A Final Word
139(3)
Part Two Teachers
142(120)
What Makes a Teacher Effective?
143(34)
Framework for Professional Practice
144(4)
Danielson's Framework for Teaching
145(1)
Case Study: Carol Landis/A Case of Classroom Decision Making
146(2)
The Teacher as a Reflective Decision Maker
148(2)
Planning Decisions
148(1)
Implementing Decisions
149(1)
Evaluating Decisions
149(1)
Aspects of Reflective Decision Making
150(1)
What Attitudes Does the Effective Teacher Possess?
150(9)
The Teacher's Attitude Toward Self: Self-Understanding
153(1)
The Teacher's Attitude Toward Children
154(2)
The Teacher's Attitude Toward Peers and Parents
156(2)
The Teacher's Attitude Toward the Subject Matter
158(1)
What Subject-Matter Knowledge Does the Effective Teacher Need?
159(2)
Policy Matters!: Raising Standards for Teachers
160(1)
What Theoretical Knowledge Does the Effective Teacher Need?
161(3)
Theories-in-Use
161(1)
Why Study Educational Theory?
162(1)
How Can Theoretical Knowledge Be Used?
163(1)
Personal Practical Knowledge
164(1)
What Teaching Skills Are Required of an Effective Teacher?
165(8)
Knowing Versus Doing
165(1)
Classroom Management Skills
166(5)
Questioning Skills
171(2)
Planning Skills
173(1)
A Final Word
173(4)
What Should Teachers Know About Technology and Its Impact on Schools?
177(38)
Case Study: Patricia Gonzalez/Using Technology to Innovate in Her Classroom
178(1)
A Brief Look at Education's Technological Past
179(2)
How Are Schools Being Pressured to Change?
181(1)
How Are Technologies Affecting Student Learning?
182(15)
English/Language Arts Education
183(4)
Science Education
187(3)
Social Studies Education
190(3)
Mathematics Education
193(1)
Foreign Language Education
194(1)
Distance Education
195(1)
Technology for Students with Special Needs
195(2)
How Are Technologies Affecting Teaching?
197(5)
A Different Role for the Teacher
198(2)
Professional Resources and Communication
200(1)
Management: Teacher Productivity Tools
200(2)
How Are Computer Technologies Organized for Student Use?
202(4)
Computer Labs
202(1)
Single-Computer Classrooms
202(1)
Classroom Clusters
203(1)
Laptops and Handheld Computers
203(1)
Policy Matters!: Web-Filtering Software: Censorship or Good Sense?
204(2)
Voices from the Classroom: Infusing Technology into the Classroom
206(1)
What Are Key Issues in Educational Technology?
206(6)
Infrastructure and Budgeting
206(2)
Education of Teachers
208(2)
Parents
210(1)
Equity
210(2)
Integration into the Curriculum
212(1)
A Final Word
212(3)
What Are the Ethical and Legal Issues Facing Teachers?
215(47)
The Ethics of Teaching
217(5)
Case Study: The Characteristics of Ethical Teaching
217(2)
Ethical Dilemmas in Teaching
219(1)
Case Study: Big Deal or a Little Fudge?
219(1)
Case Study: Righting Wrongs?
220(1)
The Everyday Ethics of Teaching
221(1)
Codes of Professional Ethics
222(1)
The Teacher and the Law
222(18)
The Teacher and Due Process
225(1)
Contracts, Tenure, and Dismissal
226(3)
Case Study: The Teacher and Liability
229(3)
Reporting Child Abuse
232(1)
Self-Defense
232(1)
Freedom of Expression
233(4)
Copyright Laws
237(1)
Policy Matters!: School Censorship
238(2)
Lifestyle and the Teacher
240(3)
Personal Appearance: Hair, Clothes, and Weight
241(1)
Private Sexual Behavior
241(1)
Conduct with Students
242(1)
Law, Religion, and the School
243(6)
Prayer and Scripture in the School
243(2)
Religious Clubs and Prayer Groups
245(1)
Religion and Secular Humanism
245(2)
Guidelines for Religious Neutrality
247(2)
Students and the Law
249(11)
The Student and Due Process
249(1)
Suspension and Expulsion
249(3)
Corporal Punishment
252(1)
Search and Seizure
252(2)
Freedom of Speech
254(1)
Voices from the Classroom: Dress Codes
255(2)
Sexual Harassment
257(1)
Records and Students' Right to Privacy
258(2)
A Final Word
260(2)
Part Three Foundations and the Future
262(132)
What Are the Philosophical Foundations of American Education?
263(32)
What Is Philosophy?
264(2)
Fundamental Questions of Existence
264(1)
Sources of Our Philosophy
265(1)
The Philosopher's Method and Language
265(1)
The Terrain of Philosophy
266(5)
Metaphysics
266(1)
Epistemology
267(1)
Axiology
267(1)
Logic
268(3)
Schools of Educational Philosophy
271(14)
Subject-Centered Philosophies
272(1)
Case Study: Perennialist Teacher
273(4)
Case Study: An Essentialist Teacher
277(1)
Child-Centered Philosophies
277(2)
Case Study: A Romantic Teacher
279(3)
Policy Matters!: Standards: High Academic Achievement or Test-Driven Classrooms?
282(2)
Case Study: A Progressive Educator
284(1)
The Influence of Psychological Theories
285(4)
Behaviorism: Conditioning Students or Setting Them Free?
285(1)
Cognitive Psychology: Students as Makers of Meaning?
286(2)
Voices from the Classroom: Constructivist Philosophy
288(1)
Your Philosophy of Education
289(3)
Eclecticism: Not an Excuse for Sloppy Thinking
289(3)
Philosophy and Liberal Education
292(1)
A Final Word
292(3)
What Is the History of American Education?
295(38)
Themes in American Education
296(2)
Elementary Education
298(10)
Colonial Origins
298(2)
The Common School
300(5)
Other Developments in Elementary Education
305(3)
Secondary Education
308(7)
Early Forms
308(2)
The Academy
310(1)
The Public High School
311(2)
Growth of Junior High and Middle Schools
313(1)
Secondary Education Today
314(1)
Private Education
315(1)
Education of Minorities
316(13)
Education of African Americans
317(4)
Voices from the Classroom: Teaching in Segregated Schools
321(4)
Education of Native Americans
325(1)
Education of Hispanic Americans
326(2)
Education of Asian Americans
328(1)
A Final Word
329(4)
How Are Schools Governed, Influenced, and Financed?
333(30)
Who Legally Governs Public Education?
334(7)
State Offices and Administrators
334(3)
The Local School District
337(4)
Who Influences American Public Education?
341(8)
Professional Education Organizations
341(1)
Parents
342(1)
Business
343(2)
Standardized Testing
345(1)
The Federal Government
346(1)
Policy Matters!: Who Should Be Accountable for Getting Results?
347(2)
How Are Schools Financed?
349(12)
School Spending
350(1)
State and Local Funding
351(2)
Voices from the Classroom: Funding Differences Between School Districts
353(1)
School Finance Reform and the Courts
354(1)
Federal Funding
355(6)
A Final Word
361(2)
How Should Education Be Reformed?
363(31)
What Ought to Be the Elements of Educational Reform?
366(14)
A Call for Excellence
366(1)
High Standards
366(2)
Accountability
368(2)
Active Learning: The Constructivists' Approach
370(1)
A Sense of Community
370(2)
Policy Matters!: Class Size: Is Less Always Better?
372(1)
Lifelong Learning
373(1)
Reclaiming Character Education
374(3)
Voices from the Classroom
377(1)
Professional Development
378(2)
Current Reform Initiatives
380(11)
National-Level Reform Efforts
380(4)
State Educational Reform
384(5)
Local-Level School Reform
389(2)
The Current State of School Reform
391(1)
A Final Word
391(3)
Part Four The Teaching Profession
394(115)
What Are Your Job Options in Education?
395(26)
Will There Be Job Openings in Education?
396(9)
Factors Influencing Teacher Supply and Demand
396(5)
The Severe Shortage of Minority Teachers
401(1)
Employers Besides the Public Schools
402(2)
What Are Teachers Paid?
404(1)
How Do You Obtain a Teaching Position?
405(6)
Campaign Actively
407(1)
Prepare Materials
407(1)
Develop Interview Skills
408(2)
Determine Job Availability
410(1)
Gain Experience Through Substitute Teaching
411(1)
How Do You Become Licensed?
411(3)
Traditional Licensure Programs
411(2)
Alternative Licensure
413(1)
Policy Matters!: Preparing Teachers: High Standards, Large Numbers, or Both?
414(1)
If You Don't Teach, What Then?
414(3)
Transferable Skills
415(1)
Other Jobs
416(1)
A Final Word
417(4)
What Can the New Teacher Expect?
421(34)
Voices from the Classroom: Tips for Your First Year
422(1)
The School Milieu: The Shock of the Familiar
423(2)
Culture Shock
424(1)
Case Study: Julia Tucker/Second Grade
424(1)
Case Study: Joan Kinney/High School Mathematics
425(1)
Administrators: Mixed Bag and Many Hats
425(5)
The Multiple Roles of the Principal
426(2)
Case Study: Steve Mellonwood/Junior High Science
428(1)
Case Study: Victoria Karfeld/Fourth Grade
429(1)
Peers: A Mixed Blessing
430(1)
Case Study: Catherine Foley/Sixth Grade
430(1)
Instruction: So Much to Learn
431(2)
Case Study: Grace Joyce/Third Grade
431(1)
Case Study: Nicholas Briggs/Middle School Social Studies
432(1)
Students: Friends or Fiends?
433(9)
Case Study: Eileen Black/Fifth Grade
433(1)
Sources of a Distorted View
434(1)
Classroom Management
435(1)
Policy Matters!: Zero Tolerance: The Solution or a False Start?
436(2)
Case Study: Carole Foster/Fourth Grade
438(1)
Social Distance
438(1)
Case Study: Jane Candis/Middle School Math
439(2)
Sex
441(1)
Case Study: Gary Carnog/High School English
441(1)
Parents: Natural Allies with Different Agendas
442(4)
Case Study: Walter Connor/High School History
442(2)
Case Study: Ruth Billsbury/Sixth Grade
444(1)
Reasons for Parent-Teacher Problems
445(1)
Case Study: Scott D. Niemann/3rd and 4th Grades
446(1)
Surviving the First Year of Teaching
446(7)
Begin Now
447(1)
Keep a Teaching Journal
447(2)
The Proper Frame of Mind
449(1)
Find a Mentor
449(1)
Make Your Students' Parents Your Allies
449(2)
Take Evaluation Seriously
451(1)
Take Care of Yourself
451(2)
A Final Word
453(2)
What Does It Mean to Be a Professional?
455(30)
The Status of Teaching: A Profession or Not?
459(11)
The Case Against Teaching as a Profession
460(3)
The Case for Teaching as a Profession
463(1)
A Third Possibility: An Evolving Profession
464(1)
Levels of Professionalism
465(1)
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
466(2)
What Every New Teacher Should Possess: The Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium Standards
468(1)
Policy Matters!: A Two-Tiered Profession?
469(1)
Professional Associations
470(9)
The National Education Association
471(2)
The American Federation of Teachers
473(2)
Other Professional Associations
475(2)
Professionalism at the Crossroads
477(1)
Wanted: A New Professionalism
478(1)
Your Own Professional Development
479(3)
Types of Continuous Learning Opportunities
479(2)
Voices from the Classroom: Professionalism
481(1)
A Final Word
482(3)
Why Teach?
485(24)
Motivations for Teaching
486(4)
Motivations of Current Teachers
486(2)
Examining Your Own Motives for Teaching
488(2)
The Rewards of Teaching
490(5)
Extrinsic Rewards
490(2)
Intrinsic Rewards
492(2)
Rewards in Perspective
494(1)
Sources of Useful Experience
495(4)
Real Encounters
495(1)
Vicarious Experiences
496(1)
Guidance
497(1)
Reflection
497(1)
Voices from the Classroom: Are You Born with It?
498(1)
Case Studies in the Motivation to Teach
499(7)
Case Study: The Desire to Teach a Particular Subject
499(3)
Case Study: The Desire to Aid in the Renewal of Society
502(4)
A Final Word
506(3)
Endnotes 509(12)
Appendix 521(6)
Glossary 527(8)
Index 535


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