Going Public with Our Teaching: An Anthology of Practice

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Thomas Hatch
Teachers College Press, 2005 - Education - 316 pages
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This seminal collection brings together rich examples of classroom inquiry to address key problems of practice. Responding to the growing importance of displaying the powerful work of teachers who study their practice, this unique ensemble combines a variety of classic and new pieces. The teacher reflections are organized according to the following sections: The Culture of Schools and Classrooms; The Content of the Curriculum; Issues of Equity, Race, and Culture; Negotiating the Dilemmas of Teaching.

Features: ?Classroom teachers thinking about and addressing some of the most important and compelling issues of the day. ?Selections that include journal articles, book chapters, opinion pieces, narratives, excerpts from multimedia works, and links to websites?providing a sense of the ever-expanding ways teachers are making their work public and accessible to others. ?Insights from teachers who come from a variety of reform communities, such as the National Writing Project (NWP) and The Carnegie Academy for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL).

 

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Contents

PART
12
What Is a Culture of Quality?
34
Are Pullout Programs Sabotaging Classroom
57
A Narrative in Three Voices
67
My Research Journey
77
Dilemmas
95
Urban High School Students
147
Pio Pico Student Researchers Participatory Action
166
Capitalizing on
181
The Gap Is in Our Expectations
210
MaLees Story
237
The Language of Control
243
PART
255
Perspectives
281
About the Authors
305
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Thomas Hatch, Dilruba Ahmed, Ann Lieberman, Deborah Faigenbaum, Melissa Eiler White, and Désirée H. Pointer Mace

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