Becoming Teachers

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ISBN: 0713002131
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 250
Author: Peter Cunningham
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Becoming Teachers in PDF and EPUB There is an extraordinary gap in the published history of schooling in the twentieth century. Nowhere is the voice of the teacher, telling his or her own story, extensively to be heard. This book, drawing not only upon the official documentary record, but also upon the previously untapped recollections of more than 100 former classroom teachers, aims to fill this gap. In Becoming Teachers, the nation's teachers from more than half a century ago tell what twentieth century education has looked like and felt like from their side of the classroom. The book concentrates particularly on the years between the end of the First World War and the passing of the landmark 1944 Education Act. All of the former state school teachers whose testimony stands at the centre of the book began their teaching careers in this period, and most completed the bulk of their classroom teaching in these years. Oral testimony is set alongside more conventional documentary sources and thematic analysis and individual life histories are brought together. In this respect, the work will break new ground in terms of its methodological approach as well as in terms of its substantive historical concerns.


Becoming Teachers of Inner city Students

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ISBN: 9789462093713
Release Date: 2013-11-19
Number of pages: 162
Author: James C. Jupp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Becoming Teachers of Inner city Students in PDF and EPUB Becoming Teachers of Inner-city Students takes on the continuing challenges of White teachers in increasingly de facto re-segregated schools of the present. Drawing on the author’s eighteen years of experience as a classroom teacher and his research on White teachers of inner-city students, Becoming Teachers provides key discussions on professional identity for preservice teachers, professional educators, and researchers interested in diversity education or urban education. Driving at complex recognitions of race, class, culture, language, and gender as a basis for teaching and learning with diverse urban students, the author’s and other White teachers’ life and teaching stories move beyond prescriptive models of professional identity for preservice and professional teachers to “follow.” Instead, life and teaching stories in Becoming Teachers demonstrate again and again that in teaching the personal is political, professional knowledges are forged in practice, and – overall – that becoming a professional teacher is a process that draws on one’s experiences and inner-most convictions. Becoming Teachers, updating Vivian Paley’s White Teacher and reworking Christine Sleeter’s multicultural research on White teachers’ race-evasive identities, moves discussions on White teacher identity toward a second wave of race-visible professional identity for White teachers in the present. James Jupp’s book is an instruction on how to keep the democratic educational experiment on the workbench... – Roger Slee, Professor and Director of the Victoria Institute for Education, Diversity, and Life Long Learning at Victoria University, Melbourne James Jupp thoughtfully explicates the complexity of the social justice literature in education related to race, class, culture, language, gender and other differences in classrooms. Jupp is one of the leading scholars in education who challenges static notions of difference and opens up new curriculum spaces for a second wave of critical race work. Challenging the field to consider more nuanced possibilities that will advance social justice in the present, Jupp provides generous readings for new intercultural alliances. Jupp’s Becoming Teachers of Inner-city Students offers a fresh understanding for those who are looking for new ways to understand teachers’ lives and professional identities. – Patrick Slattery, Professor of Curriculum, Texas A&M University Jupp does the hard work, here, of understanding where we have been in conceptualizing the racial identities of White teachers. And then he does something harder. With abundant intelligence, courage, and generosity, Jupp opens up new pathways for our thinking and feeling and action. Read this book. – Timothy Lensmire, Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Minnesota


Becoming a Teacher

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ISBN: 9780134001470
Release Date: 2015-03-03
Number of pages: 546
Author: Forrest W. Parkay
Publisher: Pearson

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Becoming Teachers

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ISBN: WISC:89016096000
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 542
Author: David William Hursh
Publisher:

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Becoming a Teacher of Reading

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ISBN: 9781473918535
Release Date: 2015-03-10
Number of pages: 264
Author: Margaret Perkins
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Becoming a Teacher of Reading in PDF and EPUB Learning to read is one of the most important life skills teachers can help a child develop. Teaching reading is a vital part of a career in the classroom and engaging with the range of different learning styles children have is a real challenge. Trainee teachers need to learn how to address this variety of learning needs, and also meet the wider demands of the curriculum. Margaret Perkins helps students meet these challenges to become a confident, reflective teacher of reading by providing: * An in-depth explanation of phonics teaching alongside other teaching approaches, empowering trainees to choose the right approach for each individual child *Key research findings so students can apply the latest thinking to their teaching practice *School-based activities and independent learning tasks to help apply theory to practice, and develop teaching skills through self-reflection *Classroom scenarios of teacher-child interactions that demonstrate how children learn and respond to different teaching strategies.


Becoming a Teacher

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ISBN: 9781135720889
Release Date: 2002-11-01
Number of pages: 148
Author: Gary Borich
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Becoming a Teacher in PDF and EPUB What is an effective school and what is an effective teacher? These are vitally important questions for the beginner teacher; questions which are answered in this book through conversational dialogues between a principal, a pre-service teacher and experienced teachers. The book draws on the mass of existing research and professional literature to provide a comprehensive guide on effective schools and teachers. As such, it should be an invaluable tool for undergraduates in training.


Girls Becoming Teachers

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ISBN: 9781621969198
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Publisher: Cambria Press

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Becoming Teacher

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ISBN: 9789463008723
Release Date: 2017-07-13
Number of pages: 138
Author: Kathryn J. Strom
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Becoming Teacher in PDF and EPUB This book presents an empirical study utilizing Deleuzian Dominant conceptions in the field of education position teacher development and teaching as linear, cause and effect transactions completed by teachers as isolated, autonomous actors. Yet rhizomatics, an emergent non-linear philosophy created by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, offers a perspective that counters these assumptions that reduce the complexity of classroom activity and phenomena. In Becoming-Teacher: A Rhizomatic Look at First-Year Teaching, Strom and Martin employ rhizomatics to analyze the experiences of Mauro, Bruce, and June, three first-year science teachers in a highly diverse, urban school district. Reporting on the ways that they constructed their practices during the first several months of entry into the teaching profession, authors explore how these teachers negotiated their pre-professional learning from an inquiry and social-justice oriented teacher residency program with their own professional agendas, understandings, students, and context. Across all three cases, the work of teaching emerged as jointly produced by the activity of multiple elements and simultaneously shaped by macro- and micropolitical forces. This innovative approach to investigating the multiple interactions that emerge in the first year of teaching provides a complex perspective of the role of preservice teacher learning and the non-linear processes of becoming-teacher. Of interest to teachers, teacher educators, and education researchers, the cases discussed in this text provide theoretically-informed analyses that highlight means of supporting teachers in enacting socially-just practices, interrupting a dominant educational paradigm detrimental to students and teachers, and engaging with productive tools to theorize a resistance to the neoliberal education movement at the classroom level.


Becomng Teachers

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ISBN: OCLC:628883237
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 74
Author: Robert Lagueux
Publisher:

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Becoming A Teacher Issues In Secondary Education

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ISBN: 9780335242375
Release Date: 2011-07-01
Number of pages: 416
Author: Dillon, Justin
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

Download and read online Becoming A Teacher Issues In Secondary Education in PDF and EPUB Becoming a Teacher, 4e remains a unique and powerful combination of ideas, analysis, questions, answers and wisdom, drawing on the professional experience of the editors and contributors.


Becoming a Mathematics Teacher

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ISBN: 9400705549
Release Date: 2011-02-08
Number of pages: 194
Author: Tony Brown
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Becoming a Mathematics Teacher in PDF and EPUB The book is centered on how major curriculum reform shapes mathematics and the professional practices of teachers. This book documents in real time the implementation of a major government numeracy programme and its receipt by trainee and new teachers. It documents the complete life span of that initiative. The account is targeted at an international readership in terms of how curriculum reform more generally shapes mathematics in schools and the practices of teachers. A key dimension of the book is an alternative view of mathematics education research in which the task of teacher development is understood at policy level where large numbers of teachers were interviewed to assess how policies were being processed through individuals. The book provides an easy and accessible commentary utilising contemporary theory to describe how such teachers reconcile their personal aspirations with the external demands they encounter in negotiating their identities as professional teachers.


Becoming Teachers

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ISBN: OCLC:54226422
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 26
Author: Yale University. Working at Teaching
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Becoming an Evidence based Practitioner

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ISBN: 9781134527908
Release Date: 2003-12-16
Number of pages: 208
Author: Olwen McNamara
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Becoming an Evidence based Practitioner in PDF and EPUB The world of teacher research is rapidly changing following the introduction of Best Practice Research Scholarships. This was announced by the DfEE as part of a new Professional Development Plan in which teachers are to be allocated up to £3000 to do their own research (non-award bearing) with the support of an HE mentor. The TTA also believes that teachers should play a more active role in conceiving, implementing, evaluating and disseminating research. This book is for teachers who are looking, or being encouraged, to undertake research in their schools. Written by teachers and their HE research mentors, the book provides case studies which show teachers how to 'do' and 'use' research and how to 'do' effective pedagogy. Olwen MacNamara shows how a group of teachers set out to observe, describe, analyse and intervene in areas of primary education. The book can be raided for insights into research methods as well detailing professional issues about teaching and learning, and will be essential reading for teachers undertaking Best Practice Research Scholarships.


Becoming a Legendary Teacher

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ISBN: 9781412954808
Release Date: 2009-02-03
Number of pages: 274
Author: William Freeman
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Becoming a Legendary Teacher in PDF and EPUB Examining key characteristics that make teachers extraordinary, this resource demonstrates how educators can motivate students and create positive classroom environments.


What I Didn t Know

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ISBN: 193716327X
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Number of pages: 320
Author: Lee Gutkind
Publisher: In Fact Books

Download and read online What I Didn t Know in PDF and EPUB Teachers delve into the most difficult, rewarding, and transformative moments of their careers, as they discover that succeeding at teaching is a test not just of training or of subject matter, but of resolve, dedication, faith, and character. Whether in a New England prep school or a public school in South Central LA, a preschool in Malawi or a high school in China, the fundamental challenges of becoming a teacher are the same: finding authority, forging an authentic connection with students, and making a space where learning can occur. In these twenty personal narratives, teachers provide us with a fascinating insight into a profession that touches us all.