Teaching as the Learning Profession: Handbook of Policy and Practice / Edition 1by Linda Darling-Hammond
Pub. Date: 06/29/1999
Teaching as the Learning Profession is the first volume in over a decade to offer a comprehensive, research-based overview of the changes and challenges facing the teaching profession. These are the ideas that informed the recommAndations presented in What Matters Most, a groundbreaking report from the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future. See more details below
Teaching as the Learning Profession is the first volume in over a decade to offer a comprehensive, research-based overview of the changes and challenges facing the teaching profession. These are the ideas that informed the recommAndations presented in What Matters Most, a groundbreaking report from the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future.
Table of ContentsPart One: Rethinking Teacher Education.
1. Developing Practice, Developing Practitioners: Toward a Practice-Based Theory of Professional Education, Deborah Loewenberg Ball and David K. Cohen.
2. Aligning Teacher Education with Contemporary K-12 Reform Visions, Magdalene Lampert and Deborah Loewenberg Ball.
3. The Role of Preservice Teacher Education, Mary M. Kennedy.
4. Preparing Teachers for Diversity: Historical Perspectives, Current TrAnds, and Future Directions, Gloria Ladson-Billings.
Part Two: Rethinking Teacher Professional Development.
5. The Essentials of Effective Professional Development: A New Consensus, Willis D. Hawley and Linda Valli.
6. Teacher and Student Learning: Strengthening Their Connection, Gary Sykes.
Part Three: Rethinking Organizations for Teacher Learning.
7. Teacher Recruitment, Selection, and Induction: Policy Influences on the Supply and Quality of Teachers, Linda Darling-Hammond, Barnett T. Berry, David Haselkorn, and Elizabeth Fideler.
8. Organizing Schools for Teacher Learning, Judith Warren Little.
9. Investing in Teacher Learning: Staff Development and Instructional Improvement, Richard F. Elmore and Deanna Burney.
10. Networks and Reform in American Education, Ann Lieberman and Maureen Grolnick.
Part Four: Rethinking Policy for Teacher Learning.
11. Organizing the Other Half of Teaching, Julia E. Koppich and Charles Taylor Kerchner.
12. The Frame and the Tapestry: Standards-Based Reform and Professional Development, Charles L. Thompson and John S. Zeuli.
13. Investing in Teaching as a Learning Profession: Policy Problems and Prospects, Linda Darling-Hammond andMilbrey Wallin McLaughlin.
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