Images of Schoolteachers in Twentieth-Century America: Paragons, Polarities, Complexities
Pamela B. Joseph, Gail E. Burnaford
Taylor & Francis, May 1, 1995 - Education - 240 pages
This edited volume poses the multi-faceted question:
What does it mean to be a teacher?
The essays examine images of schoolteachers in this society as constructed in the minds of children and teachers and as conveyed in various contexts -- narrative, media, literature, and textbooks. The text includes "Continuing Dialogue" activities to stimulate further discussion, writing, research, and interpretation.
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