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Research on Effective Models for Teacher Education
Teacher Education Yearbook VIII

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Volume: 8

February 2000 | 272 pages | Corwin

Explore the power and possibilities of teaching!

Corwin Press and the Association of Teacher Education once again join together to produce ATE's yearbook. This yearbook addresses the nation's pressing need to train and retain good teachers as it explores exemplary practices in teacher education.

Areas of critical concern include:

    • Enhancing professional development
    • Methods for improving teaching and learning
    • Transformations through mentoring and social interaction
    • Effective models for alternative programs in teacher education

This book adds to the knowledge base as contributors explore practices based on current theory, research, and experience. The jury-reviewed chapters constitute a major contribution to the field of teacher education. It will be an essential resource for all post secondary education faculty and should be included in programs devoted to understanding the impact of teacher education on teachers and their students.


Edith M Guyton
Research on Effective Models for Teacher Education
Powerful Teacher Eductaion Programs

 
 
PART ONE: MODELS FOR ENHANCING THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS: OVERVIEW AND FRAMEWORK
Julie A Thomas, Sandra B Cooper and Judith A Ponticell
Doing Math the Science Way
Staff Development for Integrated Teaching and Learning

 
Joanne E Goodell, Lesley H Parker and Jane Butler Kahle
Assessing the Impact of Sustained Professional Development on Middle-School Mathematics Teachers
Deborah L Bainer and Dinah Wright
Teacher Choices about Their Own Professional Development in Science Teaching and Learning
Frances K Kochran
Part One Summary
Teacher Professional Development as a Source of Educational Reform: Implications and Reflections

 
 
PART TWO: INQUIRY AND REFLECTION: TWIN NEEDS FOR IMPROVED TEACHER EDUCATION
Aida Nevarez-La Torre and Rosalie Rolon-Dow
Teacher Research as Professional Development
Transforming Teachers' Perspectives and Classrooms

 
James Rowley and Patricia Hart
Print and Video Case Studies
A Comparative Analysis

 
Ann L Wood
Teaching Portfolios
Tools for Reflective Teaching in Inner City Teacher Induction

 
W Robert Houston and Allen R Warner
Part Two Summary
Reflections on Inquiry and Reflection in Teacher Education: Implications and Reflections

 
 
PART THREE: MENTORING, SOCIAL INTERACTION AND TRANSFORMATIONS: OVERVIEW AND FRAMEWORK
Kim E Koeppen, Gayle L Huey and Kathy R Connor
Cohort Groups
An Effective Model in a Restructured Teacher Education Program

 
Mary Louise Gomez, Michelle L Page and Anne Burda Walker
Returning to Learn
A Second-Career Prospective Teacher Struggles with Personal Experience as a Guide for Teaching

 
Doanld A Williams and Connie L Bowman
Reshaping the Profession One Teacher at a Time
Collaborative Mentoring of Entry-Year Teachers

 
Porter Lee Troutman Jr
Part Three Summary
Mentoring, Social Interaction and Transformations

 
 
PART FOUR: EFFECTIVE MODELS FOR ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS IN TEACHER EDUCATION: OVERVIEW AND FRAMEWORK
Bernice Stone and Susana Mata
Fast-Track Teacher Education
Are We Adequately Preparing Teachers for California's Class-Size Reduction

 
Angela V Paccione, Barbara A McWhorter and Robert W Richburg
Ten Years on the Fast-Track
Effective Teacher Preparation for Non-Traditional Candidates

 
Jianping Shen
The Impact of the Alternative Certification Policy
Multiple Perspective

 
R Keith Hillkirk
Part Four Summary
Effective Models for Alternative Programs in Teacher Education: Implications and Reflections

 

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