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Ideologies in Education: Unmasking the Trap of Teacher Neutrality / Edition 1

Ideologies in Education: Unmasking the Trap of Teacher Neutrality / Edition 1

by Lilia I. Bartolome


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ISBN-13: 9780820497044
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
Publication date: 12/28/2007
Series: Counterpoints Series: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.06(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

The Editor: Lilia I. Bartolomé is Associate Professor in the Applied Linguistics Graduate Program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Bartolomé holds a Ph.D. in language, literacy, and culture from Stanford University. Her research interests include the preparation of effective teachers of second language learners in multicultural contexts. In particular, Bartolomé examines teachers’ ideological orientations around their work with linguistic minority students as well as their actual classroom practices with this student population. Her recent publications include editing a special issue of Radical Teacher on the English-only movement and contributing a co-written article, «Naming and Interrogating Our English-only Legacy.» She has also written «Critical Pedagogy and Teacher Education: Radicalizing Prospective Teachers», published in the Journal of Teacher Education, and is the author of the following books: The Misteaching of Academic Discourses (1998), Immigrant Voices: In Search of Pedagogical Equity (2000, co-editor and author with Henry Trueba), and Dancing with Bigotry: The Poisoning of Culture (2000, co-author with Donaldo Macedo).

Table of Contents

Contents: Lilia I. Bartolomé: Introduction: Beyond the Fog of Ideology – Ricardo E. Gonsalves: Hysterical Blindness and the Ideology of Denial: Preservice Teachers’ Resistance to Multicultural Education – María V. Balderrama: Shooting the Messenger: The Consequences of Practicing an Ideology of Social Justice – Felicity A. Crawford: Underprepared «Veteran» Special Education Teachers’ Reliance on Racist and Classist Ideologies – Guadalupe López Bonilla: Teachers’ D/discourses and Socially Situated Identities: Literacy Practices in a Mexican High School – Panayota Gounari: Unlearning the Official History: Agency and Pedagogies of Possibility – Karen Cadiero-Kaplan: Critically Examining Beliefs, Orientations, Ideologies, and Practices Toward Literacy Instruction: A Process of Praxis – Stephanie Cox Suárez: Sharing the Wealth: Guiding All Students Into the Professional Discourse – Paula S. Martin: «I’m White, Now What?» Setting a Context for Change in Teachers’ Pedagogy – Nelda L. Barrón: Reflections from Beneath the Veil: Mainstream Preservice Teachers (Dis)Covering Their Cultural Identities – Paula Elliott: Mapping the Terrain(s) of Ideology in New Urban Teachers’ Professional Development Experiences – Cristina Alfaro: Developing Ideological Clarity: One Teacher’s Journey – Tamara Beauboeuf-Lafontant: Politicized Mothering: Authentic Caring Among African American Women Teachers – Joe L. Kincheloe: Afterword: The Importance of Ideology in Contemporary Education.

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