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Title Teaching Today s Teachers to Teach
Author Donald L. Griggs
Publisher Abingdon Press
Release 2003
Category Religion
Total Pages 168
ISBN 0687049547
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A revised edition of the best-selling Teaching Teachers to Teach (1974), this book is a basic, comprehensive manual offering practical guidance that helps teachers learn the art and practice of teaching.

Title International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching
Author Lawrence J. Saha
Publisher Springer
Release 2016-08-23
Category Education
Total Pages 1219
ISBN 9781489977472
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching provides a fresh look at the ever changing nature of the teaching profession throughout the world. This collection of over 70 articles addresses a wide range of issues relevant for understanding the present educational climate in which the accountability of teachers and the standardized testing of students have become dominant.

Teaching Teachers by Joe L. Kincheloe

Title Teaching Teachers
Author Joe L. Kincheloe
Publisher Peter Lang
Release 2004
Category Education
Total Pages 273
ISBN 9780820449296
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The editors and authors of Teaching Teachers: Building a Quality School of Urban Education present a description of and vision for the complicated and often misunderstood field of teacher education. This book describes a critical, complex school of education that promotes disciplined scholarship and diverse reforms of educational knowledge to students and to the educational community. This theme of a rigorous teacher education program is taken up throughout the volume as new understandings of professional education are promoted. This book would be beneficial to students, instructors, and administrators.

Teaching Teachers by Angi Malderez

Title Teaching Teachers
Author Angi Malderez
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2007-05-31
Category Education
Total Pages 198
ISBN 1441191534
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book is a rich resource for all those who support the learning of teachers. These 'teachers of teachers' (ToTs) may find themselves: Being responsible for staff development within the context of a school; Running a one-off workshop or a longer in-service programme; Teaching university-based elements of an initial teacher preparation (ITP) programme; or Mentoring a trainee during the classroom based elements of their ITP or as part of an ongoing programme of inservice provision. Based on many years of experience in the field as ToTs and researchers, the authors provide strategies which support the following processes and practices: Designing and planning effective programmes to support teacher learning Planning sessions or sequences of sessions on such programmes Engaging in a one-to-one mentoring process Assessing teachers and their learning Managing your personal development as a ToTs

Teaching Teachers by James W. Fraser

Title Teaching Teachers
Author James W. Fraser
Publisher Johns Hopkins University Press
Release 2018-10-01
Category Education
Total Pages 248
ISBN 1421426358
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Casting light on the historical and social forces that led to the sea change in the ways American teachers are prepared, Teaching Teachers is a substantial and unbiased history of a controversial topic.

Title Teaching Teachers for a Knowledge Society
Author R.P. Singh
Publisher Gyan Publishing House
Release 2008
Category Teachers
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9788121210058
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The book outlines the type of curriculum teachers must undergo to be able to fit into a new set up for countries like India that are gradually emerging from the stupor of colonialism and vying for a space in the sun. There are no shortcuts to power, particularly when its defining quality lies in the quality of education. It could be defined in terms of its teachers. Logically therefore we must focus on teacher preparation.

Teaching Language Teachers by Gabriel Diaz Maggioli

Title Teaching Language Teachers
Author Gabriel Diaz Maggioli
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release 2012
Category Education
Total Pages 177
ISBN 1610486226
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Teaching Language Teachers: Scaffolding Professional Learning provides an updated view of as well as a reader-friendly introduction to the field of Teaching Teachers, with special reference to language teaching. By taking a decidedly Sociocultural perspective, the book addresses the main role of the Teacher of Teachers (ToT) as that of scaffolding the professional learning of aspiring teachers. Each of the eight chapters deals with a particular view of this scaffolding process, from understanding and reviewing the learning needs of aspiring teachers, to designing and delivering courses and materials, observing teachers, teaching online and engaging in continuous professional development. Authoritatively written, though accessible to newcomers to the field, this book will prove to be an invaluable addition to the library whether you are a seasoned teacher educator, a new coordinator, director of studies, supervisor or teacher trainer.

Title Developing Teachers and Teaching Practice
Author Christopher Day
Publisher Routledge
Release 2004-01-14
Category Education
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1134504535
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Pressure is increasing on all those involved in education, from teachers to policy-makers, to transform schools as organisations, while continuing to implement effective new approaches to teaching and learning. The demand is not only to reach attained targets, but also to be accountable for teaching methods. Developing Teachers and Teaching Practice brings together a selection of papers given at the ninth conference of the International Study Association of Teachers and Teaching (ISATT). The collection takes as a central theme the issue of education as a key concern within the international rhetoric of globalisation. The book offers insights in to the nature of teaching and learning, including the key new research area of emotions. It then goes on to explore the nature of teacher learning before looking at the impact of major policy initiatives on the work of teachers internationally. Developing Teachers and Teaching Practice contains contributions from some of the best-known academics in the field, and will be of great interest to teacher educators and educational researchers around the world.

Title Teaching the World s Teachers
Author Lauren Lefty
Publisher Johns Hopkins University Press
Release 2020-07-07
Category Education
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1421438291
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fischman, James W. Fraser, Guangwei Hu, Arie Kizel, Jari Lavonen, Lauren Lefty, Wei Liao, Jason Loh, Silvana Mesquita, Hannele Niemi, Lily Orland-Barak, Paula Razquin, Carol Anne Spreen, Eduard Vallory, Yisu Zhou

Title Policy Teacher Education and the Quality of Teachers and Teaching
Author Christopher Day
Publisher Routledge
Release 2021-02-12
Category Education
Total Pages 126
ISBN 100034326X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This edited collection brings together papers written by a number of experienced international academics who share a passion for promoting research-informed, high-quality pre-service and in-service teacher education that makes a positive difference to the lives of teachers and their students. Taken together, the contributions to this book represent a call to arms for all who lead education policy at local, regional, and national levels, teacher educators, and schools themselves, to engage in sustained and productive collaboration. Topics include: the centrality of empathy to the classroom, ‘practical theorising’ that is a central part of all good teachers’ armoury; the possibilities for collaborative professionalism which enables them to extend and enrich their thinking, commitment, and capacity for resilience; the pedagogical reasoning, habits of mind, critical reflection, knowledge, and skills that lead to the best classroom practices. Only when the voices of stakeholders at all these levels are brought together, heard, and enacted, are students in all schools in all contexts and in all jurisdictions likely to receive the quality of education to which all are entitled. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of Teachers and Teaching.

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