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Charting a Professional Course: Issues and Controversies in Education

Kauchak, Don P.; Eggen, Paul D.; Burbank, Mary D.

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ISBN 10: 0131133713 / ISBN 13: 9780131133716
Published by Pearson, 2004
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Title: Charting a Professional Course: Issues and ...

Publisher: Pearson

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Used: Very Good

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This text is designed to provide readers with the knowledge and understanding needed to make informed decisions about key educational issues in today's world and knowledge to not only shape their own personal professional growth but also the future of education. Articles: are timely and accessible; reflect different perspectives in order to encourage critical thought and debate; offer the thinking of a wide range of writers reflecting these different perspectives, including David Berliner, Larry Cuban, Elliot Eisner, Martin Haberman, and Sonia Nieto; and are organized topically under such headings as Diversity, Schools, Curriculum, Instruction, Technology, Governance and Finance, Teachers and Teacher Education, Foundations, and Educational Reform. overview of the major issues; Article Overviews introduce each article, framing it in terms of its contribution to the field; Think About This questions direct the reader to key points or issues in the article; A Personal Reflection, the last question for each article, asks readers to apply the contents of the article to their own teaching situation; and Additional Resources at the end of each section are designed to encourage the reader to explore topics further, either through Additional Readings or Exploring the Internet. A Correlating Table on the inside front and back covers links the articles in this text to topics typically covered in Introduction to Education and Foundations of Education texts. Arranged alphabetically by topic, the table allows students and instructors to cross reference articles in this text to topics discussed in other texts, including the authors' own Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional, Second Edition.

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Mary D. Burbank is a Clinical Instructor and Director of Program Evaluation at The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association and received the 2006 University of Utah Faculty Community Service Award.

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