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Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation

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Works: 254 works in 372 publications in 1 language and 53,799 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Abstracts  Periodicals 
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Classifications: LA217.2, 370.973
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Most widely held works by Phi Delta Kappa
Research that informs teachers and teacher educators by Donald R Cruickshank( Book )

2 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 641 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This review of selected research on the practices of teaching and teacher preparation juxtaposes the models for conducting inquiry on teaching and teacher education with a synthesis of research on what is currently known. Chapter 1 presents several models for research on teaching and teacher education and presents some research findings according to categories of variables posited by the models. In the context of the Coleman Report and responses to it, Chapter 2 summarizes 22 effective schools studies, indicates 7 limitations of such research, and suggests ways effective schools research can inform both preservice and inservice teacher education. Chapter 3 presents a rationale for the importance of such investigations and reviews four recent studies on effective k-12 educational practice. Chapter 4 describes how inquiry on teaching has been conducted, presents some significant findings, and discusses both limitations and utilization of such research. Chapter 5 reviews research on teacher education according to four categories: preservice teachers, preservice curriculum and instruction, the education professoriate, and the context of teacher preparation. Chapter 6 summarizes the previous chapters and concludes with observations and recommendations. Each chapter includes references. (Jd)
Roots of reform : challenging the assumptions that control education reform( Book )

3 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 639 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What legally constitutes an adequate public education? : a review of constitutional, legislative, and judicial mandates by Martha M McCarthy( Book )

5 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 614 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While the law governing the definition of educational adequacy is still evolving, partial definitions can be gleaned from various state and federal laws and regulations prescribing standards for schools and from judicial interpretations of constitutional and statutory provisions. This document presents the results of such an analysis. After delineating the research questions and procedures guiding the study, and the definitional distinctions between the closely related concepts involved, the report examines relevant litigation. The cases reviewed affect state school finance schemes, the rights of students with special needs, and parental control over educational choices. State legislative and regulatory activity defining adequacy and establishing adequacy standards is described next. The nature of school funding laws, eight states' statutory definitions of adequacy, and the application of program requirements, accountability mandates, and minimum competency standards are covered. The federal role in defining and establishing adequacy standards is addressed last, with special attention paid to regulations regarding handicapped students, bilingual, compensatory, and vocational education, and research, development, and dissemination activities. A final chapter summarizes the findings, discusses obstacles to defining adequacy conclusively, and comments on prospects for the 1980s. Appendices list relevant court cases and pinpoint pertinent provisions of state constitutions. (Author/PGD)
Educating for a new millennium : views of 132 international scholars by Harold G Shane( Book )

4 editions published in 1981 in English and held by 600 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Concepts for survival the views of 132 scholars in the natural and social sciences
Reflections : personal essays by 33 distinguished educators( Book )

3 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 595 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fastback( )

in English and held by 581 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Up from excellence : the impact of the excellence movement on schools by William W Wayson( Book )

2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 561 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This critical analysis of the reforms in education identifies the political motives behind many of the reforms and argues that top-down mandates for reform will fail. Data are taken from a survey of schools and districts with reputations for excellence. Excellence is defined pragmatically by describing what these schools do, and how educators in these schools and others feel about the effects of reform is reported. Using information from the survey, 23 guidelines for achieving true excellence are presented. (Jd)
The school/work nexus : transition of youth from school to work by Eli Ginzberg( Book )

2 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 524 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph by educator-philosopher Eli Ginzberg, commisioned by the Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, examines the transition from school to work, exploring why the transition is so hard for some groups of young people, relatively easy for others. The point of the book is not to add one more research report to the literature dealing with detailed aspects of the educational system or of the labor market for youth. Rather, the monograph strives to set out the critical interfacing between these two large systems--the school and the world of work--with regard for the way in which each is affected in turn by the family and the larger society. The book's seven chapters explore the following concepts: the background of the concern for youth unemployment and the origins of youth employment programs; theories about youth unemployment; statistics on employment and unemployment for affluent and poor, white and black youth; the role of the family in the preparation of youth, environmental differences between white and minority youth, the problems of inner city schools, and the differing conditions of earlier immigrant groups and today's ghetto residents; the role of the military as a shaping experience for youth; school as the opportunity matrix, and how different population groups relate to school; programs in both school and the labor market aimed at improving the employability of youth; and recommendations for improving the transition from school to work. A list of suggested readings is included. (Kc)
Handbook for developing public confidence in schools by William W Wayson( Book )

2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 521 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This guide to developing the public's confidence in schools was issued by the Phi Delta Kappa Commission for Developing Public Confidence in Schools. After a brief introduction, chapter 2 discusses the crisis of confidence in schools. Chapter 3 contains a definition of "confidence" that guides the work of the commission. Chapter 4 is a summary of the basic approaches to winning public confidence as advocated by several schools of thought, ranging from an agricultural approach to advocacy approaches, to political and social work approaches. Chapter 5 discusses the factors that cause the public to gain or lose confidence in the schools. Chapter 6 provides an analysis of the data supplied by the schools and districts to support their claim for enjoying high public confidence. Chapter 7 discusses the characteristics of schools that enjoy public confidence. Chapter 8 summarizes the factors that erode public confidence. Chapter 9 contains checklists that schools or districts can use to gather data to guide action to improve public confidence. References are included. (Si)
At the threshold of the millennium by Donovan R Walling( Book )

2 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 482 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume of essays was written as a tribute to the ideals of Phi Delta Kappa and to the fraternity's retiring executive director, Lowell C. Rose, who led the international professional fraternity in education from 1971 to 1995. Each contributor was invited to reflect on his or her personal experiences in education and life and to speculate on what education in the 21st century might, should, and can be. Following the introduction, the essays include the following: (1) "Believing in Education and Facing the Challenges of the 1990s" (John F. Jennings); (2) "At the Threshold of the Millennium" (Bessie Gabbard); (3) "Education for the 21st Century" (Michael D. Usdan); (4) "The Chameleon's Dish, Promise-Crammed" (Stanley Elam); (5) "Civic Disengagement and the Attack on Public Education" (Donovan R. Walling); (6) "Professionals and Politics" (Jack Frymier); (7) "Education--Past, Present, Future" (George M. Thomas); (8) "Help Wanted: Educational Entrepreneurs" (Donald P. Anderson); (9) "Enhancing the Presence of African-American Teachers" (Howard D. Hill); (10) "Can Educators Give Up Control of Learning?" (Douglas Bedient); (11) "The Struggle for the Survival of the Common School" (David L. Clark); (12) "Reflections of an Urban Educator" (Jack Kosoy); (13) "For the Love of Learning" (Arliss L. Roaden); and (14) "An Eye on the Future in South Africa" (Neville Robertson). (Lmi)
The ABC's of behavior change by Frank J Sparzo( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 464 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beyond tracking : finding success in inclusive schools by Harbison, Ed Pool( Book )

2 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 458 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The writers of these 28 essays tackle the issues surrounding tracking and offer philosophically inclusive viewpoints and practical strategies that can help teachers ensure that their students find success in school
Readings on leadership in education : from the archives of Phi Delta Kappa International by Bloomington, in Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 452 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This anthology of nine readings offers salient thoughts on leadership in education. Readings include: (1) "The Power of Leadership Philosophy" (E. Grady Bogue); (2) "Multidimensional School Leadership" (Larry Lashway); (3) "Legal and Ethical Bases for Educational Leadership" (M. Donald Thomas and E.E. [Gene] Davis); (4) "The Principal and Leadership" (Edward G. Buffie); (5) "The High-Performing Educational Manager" (William E. Webster); (6) "Teacher Leadership: a Failure to Conceptualize" (Michael Fullan); (7) "Empowering Teachers as Learners and Leaders" (Mary Hatwood Futrell); (8) "Two Afternoons on the Job" (Mary Patterson McPherson); and (9) "Leaders on Leadership" (Donald Robinson). (Rt)
Phi Delta Kappa Fastbacks( )

in English and held by 400 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teachers as leaders : perspectives on the professional development of teachers by Donovan R., Ed Walling( Book )

4 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 378 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 20 essays in this book provide diverse perspectives on the professional development of teachers and include: (1) "Attracting the Best and Brightest to the Teaching Profession" (James R. Hutto); (2) "Attracting Talented African-American High School Students to Careers in Education" (Rita G. Greer); (3) "a Grassroots Approach to the Recruitment of Potentially Talented Teachers" (Katherine Green); (4) "On Matters of Body and Mind: Overcoming Disincentives to a Teaching Career" (Gene I. Maeroff); (5) "Induction, Retention, and Collegiality" (Donovan R. Walling); (6) "Teaching as Learning" (Ted Sanders and Nancy Ann Eberhart); (7) "Celebrating Education as a Profession" (Marlin L. Tanck); (8) "Teacher Empowerment in a Time of Great Change" (William E. Webster); (9) "Empowering Teachers as Learners and Leaders" (Mary Hatwood Futrell); (10) "Redefining Results: Implications for Teacher Leadership and Professionalism" (Michael J. Schmoker and Richard B. Wilson); (11) "Can Teachers Be Educated To Save Students in a Violent Society" (Martin Haberman); (12) "Teacher Development and School Improvement: An Account of the Improving the Quality of Education for All (iqea) Project" (David Hopkins and Mel West); (13) "Teacher Leadership in Professional Development" (Peter J. Burke); (14) "Expanding Opportunities for Teacher Leadership" (Ralph Fessler and Antoinette Ungaretti); (15) "The Development and Sustenance of Instructional Leadership" (Sam J. Yarger and Okhee Lee); (16) "Teacher Leadership: a Failure to Conceptualize" (Michael Fullan); (17) "Drift, Detachment, and the Need for Teacher Leadership" (Daniel L. Duke); (18) "Two Teachers Examine the Power of Teacher Leadership" (Vivian Troen and Katherine Boles); (19) "The Problem with Power" (Daniel A. Heller); and (20) "The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards: Toward a Community of Teacher Leaders" (James A. Kelly). (Ll)
Public education, democracy, and the common good( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 338 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Can democracy be taught? by Andrew Oldenquist( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 336 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The essays in this collection, rewritten and expanded especially for this volume, originated as papers that were presented at a 1993 conference on Education for Democracy sponsored by the Mershon Center at The Ohio State University. The contributors from the United States, South Africa, Germany, and Russia, are experts in civic education, problems of minorities, the U.S. Constitution, the transition to democracy in former communist countries, and education and democracy in South Africa and Japan. All of the essays are concerned with aspects of the ideal of democracy: what it is, how it evolves, and the goals of democracy yet to be achieved. It is implied in each essay that democracy has a concrete definition with a range of features, and that despite the imprimatur of "democracy" applied by a government, not all governments claiming to be democracies are true and genuine democracies. Moreover, there is a distinct difference between education for democracy and democracy education. After an introduction, the book is divided into three parts: "Part I: The New Demography" contains four essays that look at pluralism, diversity, multiculturalism, and the democratic education of disadvantaged children. The two essays in "Part ii: Constitutional Imperatives" are about constitutionalism in education for democracy and the power of comparison in teaching about democracy. "Part iii: Other Societies, Other Problems" contains four essays discussing education for democracy in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Japan, Asia, and South Africa. Many of the chapters contain reference lists. "About the Authors" concludes the text. (Lap)
Fastback index : title, author, subject by Phi Delta Kappa( Book )

18 editions published between 1987 and 2004 in English and held by 319 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cooperative learning by Eileen Veronica Hilke( Book )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 304 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teaching for multiple intelligences by David G Lazear( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 303 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Readings on leadership in education : from the archives of Phi Delta Kappa International
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