Democratic Practice Workbook first examines democratic teaching philosophy and then provides concrete, step-by-step techniques for teachers to apply this philosophy to field observations and reflective teaching. No other text uses the philosophy behind democratic practice to inform the field experience. This brief, hands-on field observation/participation guide features specific suggestions for reflection during field observation and uses case studies to further illustrate how democratic principles can be exercised in the classroom. The text is designed with a complete resource set of focused observation forms for the student to use out in the field. It offers a complete guide for students’ term projects, multiple formats for classroom discussions, a model for curriculum development in democratic practice, and a beginning set of student written lesson plans.
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Caroline Pryor is currently a faculty associate and supervisor of student teachers for the Office of Professional Field Experiences in the College of Education at Arizona State University. She also teaches in the statewide academic educational program for Northern Arizona State University. She received her Ed.D. in Secondary Education from Arizona State University where she has been on the faculty since 1990. Her awards include: Director’s Award for Outstanding Service to Students (1994-1995) and Best Paper Award from the Arizona Educational Research Organization (1997). A former elementary school teacher, Caroline teaches courses in philosophy of education, curriculum and instruction, and developing democratic school practice She is a member of the Association of Teacher Educator’s Commission on Democratic Practice and an invited author of the commission’s forthcoming text on democratic schools. She has written chapters for several texts on the topic of field experience, and a new workbook entitled Philosophy of Education Workbook: Writing a Statement of Belief and Practices.
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