You are here

Teachers for the New Millennium
Share

Teachers for the New Millennium
Aligning Teacher Development, National Goals, and High Standards for All Students

Edited by:


July 1996 | 240 pages | Corwin
Written to commemorate the National Congress on Teacher Education in the United States, this book describes the Congress' deliberations on questions of policy, practice and research regarding teacher preparation.
Joseph C Vaughan
Foreword
Leonard Kaplan
Preface and Acknowledgements
Mary Hatwood Futrell
The Courage to Change
Mary E Diez
Who Will Prepare the Next Generation of Teachers?
Edward M Wolpert
A Response to Chapter 2
Nancy L Zimpher
Right-Sizing Teacher Education
The Policy Imperative

 
Edward R Ducharme
A Response to Chapter 3
Carl A Grant
The Influence of Agencies on Teacher Preparation
Social Justice in the New Millennium

 
Kathleen Densmore
A Response to Chapter 4
Martin J Haberman
The Preparation of Teachers for a Diverse, Free Society
Barbara G Burch
A Response to Chapter 5
Dean Corrigan
Teacher Education and Interprofessional Collaboration
Creation of Family-Centered, Community-Based Integrated Service Systems

 
Roy A Edelfelt
A Response to Chapter 6
Richard W Riley
Partnerships for Quality Teaching
Sharon Porter Robinson
Building a Strong Foundation
The Importance of Knowledge and High Standards in Improving Teacher Education

 
Roy A Edelfelt
Agenda for Tomorrow
Leonard Kaplan
A Plan for Action

Preview this book

Purchasing options

Volume Discounts Available

contact corwin

Please select a format:

ISBN: 9780803964693
ISBN: 9780803964686