Introduction to the foundations of education

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1991 - Education - 340 pages
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Contents

Who Teaches?
7
Suggested Readings
13
The Nature of the Profession
16
Professional Responsibilities
29
Conduct Codes and Ethical Standards
35
Activities
41
The Search for Balance
50
Effective Schools and Effective Teaching
57
Alternative Approaches to Schooling
160
Suggested Readings
173
Toward Global Understanding
192
ACCOUNTABILITY
199
Public Perspective on Testing
213
The Federal Influence
221
Summary
240
How to Finance for Equal Opportunity
254

Suggested Readings
63
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
65
Renaissance and Reformation
71
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
77
1920Present
89
Activities
94
An Overview
101
Contemporary Schools of Thought
107
Summary
114
What Is Education?
120
Summary
128
SOCIETYS EXPECTATIONS
131
Activities
147
Impact upon the Teacher
261
SOURCES OF INFLUENCE
269
Organized Special Interest Groups as a Source
275
Economic and Social Conditions as a Source of Influence
280
Summary
286
Helping the Student Learn
292
Patterns and Variations
300
A Tool of Curriculum
309
Suggested Readings
315
Teachers on the Future of Teaching
321
Effects on Teaching
329
Suggested Readings
335
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