Foundations of Education
Highly respected in the introduction to educational foundations market, Foundations of Education provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of topics and material typically taught in foundations courses. This text is written for the student who is preparing for a teaching career and needs to understand the key educational issues and policies affecting American education. The comprehensive and substantive coverage includes all foundational areas: social, philosophical, historical, political, economic, curricular, and legal. New features in the Tenth Edition provide a greater emphasis on the theme From Pre-Service to Practice, helping the authors fulfill their goal of preparing students for their careers. Connecting to Certification sections prepare students for their certification exams, and From Preservice to Practice case studies highlight real-world classroom practices. For the first time, our award-winning CL Video Cases are fully integrated throughout Foundations of Education. Feature boxes and correlations used throughout the chapter direct students to view the videos on the passkey-protected website. The videos further students' understanding of key foundational concepts while allowing them to view real-life classrooms in action.
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