For an undergraduate Introduction to Education and/or Foundations of Education course.
Experts and novices shape a journey through foundational content toward professionalism.
The ninth edition of Becoming a Teacher continues to listen to the voices of those who know – professionals and expert teachers, novices just learning the ropes, students in America’s classrooms, and pre-service learners deciding of teaching is their best career path – to help readers discover the answer to the question Is teaching for me?
With the help of these stakeholders, the new edition focuses on teacher quality through deeper attention to:
• teacher leadership, political activism, and change facilitation
• diversity and culturally competent teaching
• social justice and democracy
Table of Contents
Becoming a Teacher, 9th Edition
By Forrest W. Parkay
Contents in Brief
Chapter 1: Teaching: Your Chosen Profession
Chapter 2: Today’s Teachers
Chapter 3: Today’s Schools
Chapter 4: Philosophical Foundations of U.S. Education
Chapter 5: Historical Foundations of U.S. Education
Chapter 6: Governance and Finance of U.S. Schools
Chapter 7: Ethical and Legal Issues in U.S. Education
Chapter 8: Today’s Students
Chapter 9: Addressing Learners’ Individual Needs
Chapter 10: Creating A Community of Learners
Chapter 11: Curriculum Standards, Assessment, and Student Learning
Chapter 12: Integrating Technology into Teaching
Chapter 13: Becoming a Professional Teacher
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Becoming a Teacher, CourseSmart eTextbook, 9th Edition
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$65.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-275446-0