Becoming a Student of Teaching: Linking Knowledge Production and Practice

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Education - 273 pages
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This new edition of a very successful book offers an innovative teaching methodology that place the teacher's own biography and life experiences at the center of teacher education. By asking students to explore their own systems of meaning and the associated contexts, especially school contexts, the author encourages them to contemplate issues of power that are vital to thinking about the teacher's role, as well as educational practices and purposes.
 

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Contents

Getting Otiented
1
PRESERViCE TEACHER EDUCATiON
19
lntegtating Methodologies
159
lNSERVlCE TEACHER EDUCATlON
203
Notes to Teachet Educatots
223
Bibliogtaphy
251
lndex
267
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ROBERT V. BULLOUGH, JR. is Professor of Educational Studies at the University of Utah.

Andrew Gitlin is a professor in the Department of Education, Culture and Society at the University of Utah. His writing focuses on issues of social justice and equity as they pertain to epistemological issues, schooling and teacher education. Recent books include: Power and Method: Political Activism and Educational Research; Becoming a Student of Teaching: Linking Knowledge Production and Practice (with R. Bullough); and Teachers Voices for School Change: An Introduction to Educative Research.

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