The Power of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education

Embedding Teacher Preparation within P-12 School Contexts
 
 
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • erschienen am 8. September 2017
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  • 234 Seiten
 
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Preparing teachers to work in our nation's classrooms presents an array of challenges for teacher educators. Recently, organizations such as the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released reports calling for change, supporting clinical teacher preparation, and encouraging links between university faculty, clinical faculty (P-12 educators), and pre-service teachers. This book (as well as its companion text, Case Studies of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: An Examination of Three Teacher Preparation Partnerships) responds to calls for change in teacher education. Sponsored by the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and its Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation, the book includes program descriptions, theoretical frameworks, and research studies. Initiated in response to Dr. Nancy Zimpher's keynote speech at ATE's 2011 Annual Meeting, the Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation set out to identify exemplary programs of teacher education, promising practices within those programs, and research related to the programs' clinical practices. This text represents the Commission's findings.
  • Englisch
  • Blue Ridge Summit
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  • USA
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978-1-4758-3952-4 (9781475839524)
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Edited by Ryan Flessner and Debra R. Lecklider
Foreword - James L. Alouf Acknowledgements Introduction - Ryan Flessner & Debra R. Lecklider Chapter 1: Problematizing Clinical Education: What is Our Future? - Danielle V. Dennis, Rebecca W. Burns, Katie Tricarico, Sarah van Ingen, Jennifer Jacobs, & Jeni Davis Chapter 2: Striving for Critically Responsive Teacher Preparation: Remaining Relevant by Shaping Programs to Reflect Who and Where We Teach - Teresa R. Fisher-Ari, Carla Tanguay, Heather L. Lynch, Rhina Fernandes Williams, Ruth Robinson Saxton, & Julie Rainer Dangel Chapter 3: Bronx Teachers for Bronx Schools: Lehman College's Elementary Teacher Residency Program - Harriet Fayne, Debra Coffey, Anne Marie Marshall, Nancy Dubetz, & Andrea Barra Chapter 4: A Clinical Elementary Education Pathway: Preparing Teachers of Elementary Mathematics - Ann McCoy, Deborah Theiss, Vidal E. Olivares, & Nicole Nickens Chapter 5: Practitioner Inquiry as the Anchor of Clinical Practice Throughout the Teacher Preparation Program - Darby Delane, Angela Hooser, Mark Richner, Rachel Wolkenhauer, Suzanne McWhorter Colvin, & Nancy Fichtman Dana Chapter 6: Opening the Black Box: Self Study of Clinical Practices in Educator Preparation - Patricia S. Tate, Carol A. Kochhar-Bryant, Suzanna M. Wise, Vince P. O'Neill, Kimberly J. Sloan, & Jennifer L. Whitson Chapter 7: Clinical Faculty Preparation and Their Effectiveness as Supervisors: A Critical Component of Teacher Education Programs - Elizabeth Wilkins Chapter 8: Turning Teacher Education Upside-Down from the Bottom Up - Alexander Cuenca & Susanna L. Benko Chapter 9: Foundational Frameworks that Guide Activity Within a School/University Partnership - Catherine H. Reischl, Debi Khasnabis, Timothy Boerst , & Melissa K. Stull Chapter 10: Emerging in the Eye of a Storm: Indianapolis Public Schools/Butler University Laboratory School - Susan Adamson Chapter 11: A Clinically Rich Teacher Education Model for Bilingual Science Teachers: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned - Tracy Hogan, Daryl Gordon, & Corinne Donovan Chapter 12: The Power of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: Themes and Recommendations - D. John McIntyre About the Authors

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