Education in Edge City: Cases for Reflection and Action

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L. Erlbaum Associates, 1994 - Education - 225 pages
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This volume is an extended case study of a hypothetical school district--its residential communities, a middle school and secondary school, its students, teachers, administrators, parents and board members. An integrated series of cases, all dealing with characters and situations within the school district, it offers a realistic picture of what teaching is really about. Case activities increase readers' awareness of the professional aspects of teaching, and provide opportunities for teacher reflection and decision making and for dealing with the consequences of teacher actions.

Chapters 2-15 include "Questions for Reflection and Discussion," "Class and Individual Projects," and "Questions Based on Activities." Most chapters conclude with "Additional Teaching and Learning Skills" and "Suggestions For Further Reading."

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Contents

What This Book Is About and How It Is Organized
1
Instruction and Classroom Management
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Hey Teach Are You Rocking the Boat? Students Resistance
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Copyright

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