Teaching in America / Edition 4

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Overview

"I feel that the text is a wonderful resource for beginning teachers. The format is interesting and reads well, the examples are thought provoking and I enjoy reading each section."
Eileen Mahoney
Hudson Valley Community College

"I appreciate the author's ability to provide a good text with the basic information beginning teachers need to get a sense for the context of teaching. The text contains a wealth of information and is both affordable and accessible for students."
Barbara C. Jentleson
Duke University

Teaching in America, Fourth Edition, is a unique active learning text that provides pre-service teachers with comprehensive, current, and practical information about the profession of teaching and a realistic understanding of the foundations of education in America. The Fourth Edition maintains its unique, engaging "working-text" style, providing pre-service teachers with extensive opportunities to interact with the text while establishing both the foundations of American education and a clear picture of the realities of contemporary teaching.

New to This Edition:

  • NEW "You Decide" boxes explore controversial issues in American education today, provide Web links to further information, and encourage students to think about these issues and form their own opinions.
  • NEW "What Does This Means for You?" boxes connect complex concepts to the real world of schools and classrooms, helping students understand why and how this sometimes abstract information impacts the profession they are choosing.
  • NEW "Guide to Preparing for Certification" offers useful strategies for students who arepreparing to take the certification examinations now required in most states for prospective teachers.
  • All standards information and correlations have been updated throughout the text.
  • Extensive revisions and updates to all chapters ensure that Teaching in America continues to provide the most current, comprehensive, and practical information available about the American educational system and American classrooms. In particular, chapters on diversity, students with special needs, parent and community involvement, curriculum and instruction, and technology include substantial new material.

Please visit the companion web site for this book at www.ablongman.com/morrison4e where you will find practice quizzes, web links, activities, and more!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205453740
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/25/2005
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 560
  • Product dimensions: 8.46 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 What Being a Teacher Means 3
Ch. 2 Teaching as a Profession 43
Ch. 3 How Schools Are Organized and Linked to Society 87
Ch. 4 Teaching and Learning in Multicultural/Multilingual Schools 125
Ch. 5 Teaching Students with Special Needs and Students at Risk 165
Ch. 6 Partners in Teaching: Families and the Community 203
Ch. 7 Political and Economic Influences on American Education 239
Ch. 8 The Legal Basis for Education and School Law 283
Ch. 9 Historical Influences on Teaching and Learning in America 329
Ch. 10 Philosophies of Education and Teaching 373
Ch. 11 Theories of Learning 411
Ch. 12 Curriculum and Instruction 447
Ch. 13 Your First Year as a Teacher 481
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