21st Century Education: A Reference Handbook

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Work of Teachers
3
Chapter 2 Teacher Leadership
12
Chapter 3 Teachers Thinking About Their Practice
21
Part II Other School Personnel
29
Chapter 4 Principals
31
Chapter 5 Superintendents
42
Chapter 6 Counselors
53
Chapter 7 School Psychologists
63
Chapter 51 Supply Demand Recruitment and Retention
473
What Is an Effective Teacher?
482
Chapter 53 Diversifying the Teaching Force
493
Chapter 54 The Current Status and Possible Future for Traditional College and UniversityBased Teacher Education Programs in the United States
503
Chapter 55 Alternative Teacher Preparation Programs
513
Chapter 56 Culturally Responsive Teaching
519
Putting Teaching Front and Center
528
Chapter 58 Teacher Pay and 21stCentury School Reform
538

Developmental Context
71
PreK2
73
35
82
68
93
912
103
Part IV Motivation and Classroom Management
111
Chapter 12 Cognitive Approaches to Motivation in Education
113
Chapter 13 Perceived Control Coping and Engagement
121
Chapter 14 Proactive Classroom Management
131
Chapter 15 Responsive Classroom Management
140
A Reconsideration of Practice and Policy
149
Part V Learning
159
Chapter 17 Behavioral
161
Chapter 18 Information Processing
168
Chapter 19 SelfRegulated Learning
175
Theory and Practice in Early Education
184
Chapter 21 Mastery Learning
194
Chapter 22 Learning in Small Groups
203
Chapter 23 Conceptual Learning
212
Part VI Building Learning Environments
223
Chapter 24 Designing Learning Environments
225
Chapter 25 Systematic Instruction
235
A New Approach to Instruction and Instructional Design
244
Chapter 27 Teacher Expectations
254
Part VII Social Context
263
Chapter 28 History of Schooling
265
Chapter 29 Urban Education
274
Chapter 30 Economics and SchooltoWork
282
Chapter 31 Rural Education
291
Chapter 32 Sociology of Education
299
Chapter 33 Multicultural Education
308
Part VIII Curriculum K 12
317
Reading and Literacy in the Early Years
319
Reading and Literacy in Adolescence and Young Adulthood
327
Chapter 36 Writing
336
Curriculum Teaching and Assessment
343
Chapter 38 Science
352
Chapter 39 Social Studies
360
Chapter 40 Arts
369
Health Nutrition and Physical Education
379
Curriculum and Programs
388
The Developmentally Appropriate Practice Debate
396
Chapter 44 Special Education
405
Chapter 45 Textbook Reform
414
Part IX Assessment
421
Chapter 46 Standardized Tests
423
Chapter 47 Traditional Teacher Tests
431
Chapter 48 Portfolio Assessment
443
Chapter 49 CurriculumBased Assessment
451
Chapter 50 Performance Assessment
461
Part X Teacher Preparation and Current Issues in Teaching
471
Chapter 59 Teacher Unions
546
Part XI Students
555
Chapter 60 Students as Social Beings
557
Chapter 61 English Language Learners
567
Chapter 62 Immigrant Students
575
Chapter 63 Diversity and Curricular Distinctions
584
Chapter 64 Inclusion
594
Chapter 65 AtRisk Learners
602
Chapter 66 Gifted Students
611
Chapter 67 Students as PeersFriends
620
Chapter 68 TeacherStudent Relationships
628
Part XII NonSchool Curriculum
637
Chapter 69 Informal Curriculum
639
Chapter 70 Learning in Museums
649
Chapter 71 Learning in Libraries
658
Supporting Positive Development Through Structured Activities
669
Part XIII Technology
677
Chapter 73 Technology in the Classroom
679
Chapter 74 Courses and Learning on the Internet
689
Chapter 75 Informal Learning on the Internet
700
Chapter 76 Expanding Opportunities Through OnDemand Learning
708
Chapter 77 Technology and Formative Assessment
716
Part XIV Alternative Approaches
727
Chapter 78 Comprehensive School Reform
729
Chapter 79 School Choice
737
Chapter 80 Private Schools
747
Chapter 81 Gender Issues and Schooling
758
Chapter 82 Homeschool Learners
767
Part XV School Reform
777
Chapter 83 Middle School Reform
779
Chapter 84 High School Reform
788
Chapter 85 District School Reform
798
Chapter 86 Role of Professional Learning in Advancing Quality Teaching and Student Learning
807
Part XVI Federal State and Community Policies
819
Intent and Requirements
821
Impact on Curriculum
833
Effects on Achievement
844
Chapter 90 Parent Involvement
852
Chapter 91 Working With Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Families
862
Reviewing the Evidence on a Controversial but Resilient Educational Policy
871
Chapter 93 State Testing
880
The Disjuncture Between Educational Policy and Research
889
Chapter 95 Cheating in Academic Contexts
896
Chapter 96 National Curriculum
904
Part XVII Higher Education
913
Chapter 97 University Teaching
915
Chapter 98 Community College Teaching
925
Chapter 99 Equity in Higher Education
934
What Do Tests Like the SAT ACT and GRE Tell Us?
943
Index
951
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