Teachers; Schools; and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education (4th Edition)

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Teachers; Schools; and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education; 4th Edition; (PDF) promotes educational creativity whereas providing sensible educating concepts for each skilled and new instructors. Now out there on-line with Connect; McGraw-Hill Educations built-in evaluation and project platform; this edition contains classroom commentary movies; interactive assignments; case research; and spectacular reporting and course administration instruments. Through Connect; lecturers may access SmartBook; the primary and solely adaptive studying expertise constructed to change the best way learners learn and be taught. The content material of this new edition emphasizes the significance of justice and equity at school and society; stresses as we speak’s essential subjects; and combines as we speak’s challenges with the nation’s faculties.

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book-author

David M. Sadker, Karen Zittleman

publisher

McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 4th edition

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PDF

pages

432 pages

language

English

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B00VF63KRS

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0078110432; 1259689247; 0077773667

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9780078110436/ 9781259689246/ 9780077773663

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover
……Page 1
Copyright
……Page 3
About the Authors……Page 4
Brief Table of Contents……Page 5
Table of Contents……Page 6
Preface……Page 11
Focus Questions……Page 18
A Teaching Career—Is It Right for You?……Page 19
Professionalism at the Crossroads……Page 25
From Normal Schools to Board-Certified Teachers……Page 28
How Teachers Are Prepared Today……Page 31
Urban Legends about Teaching……Page 33
Educational Associations……Page 34
The NEA and the AFT……Page 35
Professional Associations and Resources……Page 36
American Schools: Better Than We Think?……Page 37
We Like Questions……Page 39
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 41
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 42
Focus Questions……Page 44
Multiple Intelligences……Page 45
The Five Minds……Page 47
Emotional Intelligence……Page 49
Learning Styles……Page 51
Brain Differences……Page 53
The Gifted and Talented……Page 56
Special Education……Page 59
Assistive Technology……Page 65
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 67
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 68
Focus Questions……Page 69
Student Diversity……Page 70
Failing at Fairness……Page 71
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students (LGBT)……Page 73
Putting a Price on Racism……Page 74
Theories of Why Some Groups Succeed and Others Do Not……Page 76
From the Melting Pot to Cultural Pluralism……Page 78
Bilingual Education……Page 80
Bilingual Education Models……Page 81
The Bilingual Controversy……Page 83
Research on Bilingual Education……Page 85
The Multiculturalism Debate……Page 86
Approaches to Multicultural Education……Page 87
Culturally Responsive Teaching……Page 89
Stereotypes……Page 91
Stereotype Threat……Page 92
Generalizations……Page 93
Meet Your Seventh-Grade Class……Page 94
Diversity Assets……Page 101
Teaching Skills……Page 102
We Are One……Page 103
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 104
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 105
Focus Questions……Page 106
“Poetry Lesson”: A Teacher’s Perspective……Page 107
Watching the Clock……Page 108
The Teacher as Gatekeeper……Page 109
The Other Side of the Tracks……Page 111
The Gendered World of Elementary and Middle Schools……Page 114
GUEST COLUMN: Haunted by Racist Attitudes……Page 115
High School: Lessons in Social Status……Page 118
Social Challenges Come to School……Page 120
Family Patterns……Page 121
Poverty……Page 122
Hidden America: Homeless Families……Page 124
Dropping Out……Page 125
Substance Abuse……Page 127
Obesity and Eating Disorders……Page 129
Youth Suicide……Page 131
Bullying……Page 132
Key Terms and People……Page 135
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 136
Focus Questions
……Page 137
Colonial New England Education: God’s Classrooms……Page 138
A New Nation Shapes Education……Page 141
The Common School Movement……Page 142
Native American Tribes: The History of Miseducation……Page 144
Spinsters, Bachelors, and Gender Barriers in Teaching……Page 145
The Secondary School Movement……Page 147
A Brief History of Educational Reform……Page 149
John Dewey and Progressive Education……Page 150
The Federal Government……Page 151
Black Americans: The Struggle for a Chance to Learn……Page 153
Mexican Americans……Page 156
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: The Magnitude of Diversity……Page 157
Filipino Americans……Page 158
Japanese Americans……Page 159
Southeast Asian Americans……Page 160
Arab Americans: Moving beyond the Stereotype……Page 161
Women and Education: A History of Sexism……Page 163
Hall of Fame: Profiles in Education……Page 165
Key Terms and People……Page 172
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 173
Focus Questions……Page 174
Finding Your Philosophy of Education……Page 175
Inventory of Philosophies of Education……Page 176
Interpreting Your Responses……Page 178
Essentialism……Page 179
Perennialism……Page 181
Student-Centered Philosophies……Page 183
Progressivism……Page 184
Social Reconstructionism……Page 185
Existentialism……Page 188
Can Teachers Blend These Five Philosophies?……Page 190
Behaviorism……Page 193
Cultural Influences on Education……Page 195
The Three Legendary Figures of Classical Western Philosophy……Page 196
Metaphysics and Epistemology……Page 198
Logic……Page 199
Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Aesthetics……Page 200
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 201
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 202
Focus Questions……Page 204
Why Should Teachers Care Where the Money Comes From?……Page 205
The Property Tax: The Road to Unequal Schools……Page 206
Reforming Education Finance……Page 207
From Robin Hood to Adequacy……Page 208
Adequate Education in Difficult Times……Page 209
Does Money Matter?……Page 210
The Federal Government’s Role in Financing Education……Page 213
Commercializing Childhood……Page 215
Brand Name Education: Should Schools Be Open for Business?……Page 217
Accountability……Page 218
Decaying Infrastructure……Page 219
School Governance Quiz……Page 220
The Legal Control of Schools……Page 221
State Influence Grows as School Boards Come under Fire……Page 224
The School Superintendent and Principal……Page 225
Covert Power in Schools……Page 228
Making Schools More Responsive……Page 229
Education in Finland……Page 230
Key Terms and People……Page 232
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 233
Focus Questions……Page 234
Classroom Law……Page 235
What Is Your Rights Quotient?……Page 236
I. Teachers’ Rights and Responsibilities……Page 237
II. Students’ Rights and Responsibilities……Page 245
Cheating: The Dishonor Role……Page 254
Social Networking Comes to School……Page 255
Moral Education: Programs That Develop Ethics and Values……Page 257
Classrooms That Explore Ethical Issues……Page 261
Key Terms and People……Page 262
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 263
Focus Questions……Page 264
What Is the Purpose of School?……Page 265
Purpose 2: Reconstructing Society (Schools as Tools for Change)……Page 266
Public Demands for Schools……Page 268
Where Do You Stand?……Page 270
Factor 1: Strong Leadership……Page 272
Factor 3: A Safe and Orderly Climate……Page 273
Factor 4: Monitoring Student Progress……Page 274
Factor 5: High Expectations……Page 275
Beyond the Five Factors……Page 276
Educational Reform and School Choice……Page 278
Charter Schools……Page 279
Vouchers……Page 283
Magnet Schools……Page 284
Schools.com……Page 285
Schools as Profit Centers……Page 286
Home Schools……Page 287
Teachers, Students, and Reform……Page 289
Students and School Reform……Page 292
Rethinking Reform……Page 294
Key Terms and People……Page 296
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 297
Focus Questions……Page 298
The Saber-Tooth Curriculum……Page 299
The Visible Curriculum……Page 300
The Extracurriculum……Page 301
Who and What Shape the Curriculum?……Page 303
Colleges and Universities……Page 304
The Reign of the Textbook……Page 305
The Testing Legacy of No Child Left Behind……Page 308
The Common Core……Page 309
Problems with the Common Core……Page 312
The Problem with Standardized Tests……Page 314
Evaluating Teachers by Student Test Scores……Page 318
Alternatives to High-Stakes Testing……Page 320
Intelligent Design versus Evolution……Page 321
Censorship and the Curriculum……Page 323
Beyond the Common Core Standards: Cultural Literacy……Page 325
The Technology Revolution……Page 326
Ways Technology Is Used in the Classroom……Page 327
The Digital Divide……Page 328
Suggestions for Tomorrow’s Curriculum……Page 329
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 331
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 332
Focus Questions……Page 334
Are Teachers Born, or Made?……Page 335
Learning Time……Page 336
Classroom Management……Page 337
Preventing Problems……Page 340
Clarity and Academic Structure……Page 343
Questioning……Page 345
Student Response……Page 348
Reaction or Productive Feedback……Page 350
Variety in Process and Content……Page 353
Technology as a Tool for Effective Teaching……Page 354
Direct Teaching……Page 357
Flipped Instruction……Page 358
Cooperative Learning……Page 360
Problem-Based Learning……Page 361
Differentiated Instruction……Page 362
A Few More Thoughts on Effective Teaching……Page 363
Your First Year and Beyond……Page 365
Induction into the Profession……Page 367
Your First Day: Creating a Productive Classroom Climate……Page 368
Connect for Teachers, Schools, and Society……Page 369
Key Terms and People……Page 370
Discussion Questions and Activities……Page 371
B……Page 372
C……Page 373
D……Page 374
E……Page 375
F……Page 376
H……Page 377
L……Page 378
M……Page 379
O……Page 380
S……Page 382
T……Page 383
Z……Page 384
Notes
……Page 385
Photo Credits……Page 412
B……Page 414
C……Page 415
E……Page 417
F……Page 418
H……Page 419
I……Page 420
M……Page 421
N……Page 422
P……Page 423
S……Page 424
T……Page 426
Z……Page 428

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