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Association of Teacher Educators

Works: 172 works in 339 publications in 3 languages and 14,878 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  Reference works  Case studies  Conference papers and proceedings  History  Abstracts 
Roles: Other, Editor
Classifications: LB1715, 370.711
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Handbook of research on teacher education by Association of Teacher Educators( Book )

20 editions published between 1990 and 1996 in English and held by 1,599 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume is a definitive guide to what is known about the preparation of teachers, induction into the tasks of teaching, and career teacher development. It is designed for educators responsible for preservice teacher education and inservice staff development. The articles are organized in nine sections under the following heads: (1) Teacher Education as a Field of Inquiry; (2) Governance of Teacher Education; (3) Contexts and Models of Teacher Education; (4) Participants in Teacher Education; (5) Curriculum of Teacher Education; (6) Processes of Teacher Education; (7) Evaluation and Dissemination; (8) Teacher Education in the Curricular Areas; and (9) Broadened Perspectives of Teacher Education. The book analyzes the knowledge base undergirding teacher education; examines unique approaches in 11 disciplines; explores research methodology and philosophical inquiry, and historical studies; and suggests areas for future research. (Jd)
Action in teacher education( )

18 editions published in 2010 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,058 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Handbook of research on teacher education : enduring questions in changing contexts by Marilyn Cochran-Smith( Book )

7 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 597 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This third edition aims to stimulate a broad conversation about foundational issues; bring multiple perspectives to bear, including historical perspectives; provide new specificity to topics that have been undifferentiated in the past; and include diverse voices in the conversation
Cultivating curious and creative minds : the role of teachers and teacher educators by Cheryl J Craig( Book )

6 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 589 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Cultivating Curious and Creative Minds presents a plethora of approaches to developing human potential in areas not conventionally addressed. Organized in two parts, this international collection of essays provides viable educational alternatives to those currently holding sway in an era of high-stakes accountability. Taken together, the chapters in Part I of Cultivating Curious and Creative Minds provide a sampling of what the cultivation of curious and creative minds entails. The contributing authors shed light on how curiosity and creativity can be approached in the teaching domain and discuss specific ideas concerning how it plays out in particular situations and contexts."--Publisher's description
Intercultural student teaching : a bridge to global competence( Book )

6 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 473 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teacher learning in small-group settings( Book )

4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 392 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Educators healing racism by Nancy L., Ed Quisenberry( Book )

2 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 385 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book presents a collection of essays on racism and the role of teachers in healing racism. There are three sections with nine papers. After an "Introduction" (D. John McIntyre), Section 1, "Historical Perspectives," includes: (1) "Racism in Education" (Gwendolyn Duhon Boudreaux, Rose Duhon-Sells, Alice Duhon-Ross, and Halloway C. Sells); and (2) "History of Racism: Social, Political, and Psychological Perspectives on Modernity" (H. Prentice Baptiste, Jr., James B. Boyer, Socorro Herrera, and Kevin Murry). Section 2, "Instructional Perspectives," includes (3) "Healing the Wounds of Instructional Racism" (Patricia Larke, Gwendolyn Webb-Johnson, Ronald Rochon, and Mary Anderson); (4) "Family Involvement: Empowering Families To Heal Racism" (Phyllis Y. Hammonds and Cathy Gutierrez-Gomez); (5) "Dealing with Issues of Racism in the Classroom: Preservice and Beginning Teachers" (Norvella P. Carter, Anne Gayles-Felton, Robert Hilliard, and Larry A. Vold); (6) "Issues in Healing Racism in Teaching and Teacher Education: a Case Studies Approach" (Fredda D. Carroll, Carol Felder, and Phyllis Y. Hammonds); and (7) "Beyond Instructional Racism: The Integrative Curriculum of Brown Barge Middle School" (Porter Lee Troutman, Jr., Richard Powell, Elaine Jarchow, Linda Fussell, and Donna Imatt). Section 3, "Social Perspectives," includes (8) "Can Technology Deliver on its Promise of Being the Great Equalizer? Some Reflections on the Participation of Disadvantaged Students in Technology" (P. Rudy Mattai, Robert L. Perry, and Walter S. Polka) and (9) "Who Shall Have the Moral Courage To Heal Racism in America? Ate Keynote Address, February 27, 1996" (G. Pritchy Smith). (All papers contain references.) (Sm)
Assisting the beginning teacher by Leslie Huling-Austin( Book )

3 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 377 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this book is to help practitioners and policy makers understand how important it is to assist beginning teachers, and what it involves in terms of policy, procedures, pitfalls, personnel, price in time and money, and prospects. The book is divided into the following chapters: (1) "Beginning Teacher Assistance Programs: An Overview" (Leslie Huling-Austin); (2) "Developing Support Programs for Beginning teachers" (Sandra J. Odell); (3) "Research on Beginning Teacher Assistance Programs" (Leslie Huling-Austin); (4) "Impact of Beginning Teacher Assistance Programs" (Peggy Ishler and Roy A. Edelfelt); (5) "Evaluation of Beginning Teacher Assistance Programs" (Richard S. Kay); and (6) "Starting a Beginning Teacher Assistance Program" (Roy A. Edelfelt and Peggy Ishler). Descriptions of selected beginning teacher assistance programs are appended. (Jd)
Educating for diversity : an anthology of multicultural voices( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 363 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mentoring : developing successful new teachers by Teresa M., Ed Bey( Book )

3 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 350 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph contains an introduction, a recapitulation, and four papers on the concept of mentoring as an effective component of the induction program. The first paper, "Support for New Teachers" (Sandra J. Odell), develops the idea that a mentor must be an excellent classroom teacher, possess wisdom and skill in listening and questioning, and be facile at conflict resolution. The second paper, "a Definition for Developing Self-Reliance" (Richard S. Kay), defines mentoring as a comprehensive effort toward helping the individual develop self-reliance and personal accountability in a defined environment. The third paper, "Squishy Business" (Leslie L. Huling-Austin), presents a model of mentoring based on three styles: responder, colleague, and instructor. The appropriate style depends on the specific needs of the new teacher, the characteristics of the mentor, and the characteristics of the overall induction program. The fourth paper, "a New Knowledge Base for an Old Practice" (Theresa M. Bey), suggests that mentors be exposed to experiences and information in the areas of mentoring, clinical supervision, coaching, adult development, and interpersonal skills. Lastly, C. Thomas Holmes brings closure to the publication by highlighting the key aspects of each chapter. (Jd)
Affective teacher education : exploring connections among knowledge, skills, and dispositions( Book )

4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 347 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book guides and supports teachers in showing their students how to acquire, apply, and appreciate appropriate dispositions or outlooks related to the course content and as a community of learners. It helps teachers to visualize teaching and learning holistically, linking the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that students need to know, do, and feel to achieve in school and become lifelong learners.--[book cover]
Teachers for the new millennium : aligning teacher development, national goals, and high standards for all students by Leonard Kaplan( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 333 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of conference papers addresses such issues as: the changes in policy, practice, and research necessary to ensure that teachers meet the needs of all students; and the partnerships and strategies needed to acquire and use the resources that will effect these changes. The ten chapters of the book are: (1) "The Courage to Change" (Mary Hatwood Futrell); (2) "Who Will Prepare the Next Generation of Teachers?" (Mary E. Diez) with a response by Edward M. Wolpert; (3) "Right-Sizing Teacher Education: The Policy Imperative" (Nancy L. Zimpher) with a response by Edward R. Ducharme; (4) "The Influence of Agencies on Teacher Preparation: Social Justice in the New Millennium" (Carl A. Grant) with a response with by Kathleen Densmore; (5) "The Preparation of Teachers for a Diverse, Free Society" (Martin J. Haberman) with a response by Barbara G. Burch; (6) "Teacher Education and Interprofessional Collaboration: Creation of Family-Centered, Community-Based Integrated Service Systems" (Dean Corrigan) with a response by Roy A. Edelfelt; (7) "Partnerships for Quality Teaching" (Richard W. Riley); (8) "Building a Strong Foundation: The Importance of Knowledge and High Standards in Improving Teacher Education" (Sharon Porter Robinson); (9) "Agenda for Tomorrow" (Roy A. Edelfelt) and (10) "a Plan for Action" (Leonard Kaplan). Congress participants are listed in the appendix. Each chapter contains references. (Nd)
Mentoring : contemporary principles and issues by Theresa M Bey( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 330 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the spirit of educational reform efforts, an initiative exists to restructure the education of teachers through collaborative action, using mentoring to build alliances. This monograph, based on contemporary principles and issues of mentoring, presents ways to conceptualize the professional preparation and development of teachers. Following a foreword, introduction, and discussion of the Principles of Mentoring recommended and adopted by the Association of Teacher Educators (Commission on the Role and Preparation of Mentor Teachers), the volume is organized into nine chapters: (1) "The Reality of Mentoring: Complexity in Its Process and Function" (Fay A. Head, Alan J. Reiman, and, Lois Thies-Sprinthall); (2) "Psychological Support for Mentors and Beginning Teachers: A Critical Dimension" (Yvonne Gold); (3) "Mentoring: A Teacher Development Activity That Avoids Formal Evaluation of the Protege" (Judith C. Neal); (4) "Mentor-Management: Emphasizing the HUMAN in Managing Human Resources" (Richard S. Kay); (5) "Guidelines for Selecting Mentors and Creating an Environment for Mentoring" (Billie J. Enz); (6) "Collaboration and Mentoring" (Reiman, Head, and Thies-Sprinthall); (7) "Evaluating Mentoring Programs" (Sandra J. Odell); (8) "Designing Training and Selecting Incentives for Mentor Programs" (Delores M. Wolfe); and (9) "Mentoring in Teacher Education: Diversifying Support for Teachers" (Theresa M. Bey). (LL)
Education and the family by Leonard Kaplan( Book )

2 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 325 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book is the report of the Family Ties Commission, which was established by the Association of Teacher Educators to study the relationship between home and school. Following the preface and two introductory essays, "Education and My Family" (K.B. O'Rourke as told to E. Johnson) and "Preparing for Successful Children" (B. Clawson), the book is in four sections. Section 1, "View of Contemporary Society," includes: (1) "The American Family" (A. R. McCarthy); (2) "Creating Community Contexts That Educate: An Agenda for Improving Education in Inner Cities" (M. Haberman); (3) "Helping Families with Developmentally Delayed Children" (M. Garber); (4) "The School-Family Link: a Key to Dropout Prevention" (J. V. Hamby); (5) "Families, Schools, Literacy, and Diversity" (T. Wiley and J. Sikula); (6) "Schools as Socializing Agents in Children's Lives" (I. B. Ecksel); and (7) "Parents, Power, and the Public Schools" (W. Perry and M. D. Tannenbaum). Section 2, "Education, the Schools, and the Family," includes: (8) "Hierarchy of Parental Involvement in Schools" (D. Wissbrun and J. A. Eckart); (9) "Parent-School Interactions" (P. LeBlanc); (10) "Parent-Teacher Conferences and Teachable Moments" (D. E. Orlosky); (11) "Parent-Teacher Conferences: a Parent's Perspective" (I. Meers as told to S. Pettapiece); (12) "At-Risk Youngsters in Public Education" (A. J. Brown); (13) "The Education of New Parents" (B. Kypros); and (14) "Fostering Early Development" (E. Saltz). Section 3, "The University and Teacher Education," includes: (15) "The University as a Change Agent" (B. M. Caldwell and J. H. Young); (16) "The University and Its Family" (P. G. Elliott); (17) "The Curriculum of Aspiring Teachers: Not a Question of Either/Or" (D. Evans and D. Nelson); (18) "Parental Involvement Teacher Preparation: Challenges to Teacher Education" (D. L. Williams, Jr.); (19) "Needed: a New Knowledge Base in Teacher Education" (W. R. Houston and E. Houston); (20) "Teacher Education: Linking Universities, Schools, and Families for the Twenty-First Century" (F. Kochan and B. K. Mullins); and (21) "Parent Education in Home, School, and Society: a Course Description" (L. Kaplan). Part 4, "Response to the Prologue," includes: (22) "MegaSkills and New Partnerships for Student Achievement" (D. Rich in collaboration with J. Van Dien); (23) "Labor and the Schools: Forging a Working Relationship" (O. F. Bieber); (24) "The Importance of Parental Involvement" (A. Lynch); and (25) "Health, Education, Welfare: America s Families and America s Priorities" (K. Geiger). An extensive bibliography is included. (Nd)
Research on alternative and non-traditional education( Book )

2 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 324 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Thirteenth Annual Yearbook of the Association of Teacher Educators provides a collection of well-researched chapters on alternative and non-traditional approaches to teacher preparation. In Research on Alternative and Non-Traditional Education, editors Julie Rainer Dangel and Edith M. Guyton provide three sections to frame the dialogue: successes and challenges, effects of models, and non-traditional models of professional development."--Jacket
Society, schools, and teacher preparation : a report of the Commission on the Future Education of Teachers, Association of Teacher Educators( Book )

5 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 295 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Research on teacher induction( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 292 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The yearbook is designed to provide teachers and teacher educators with current research and practical guidelines for conceptualizing and implementing research. The conceptual framework of the yearbook is based on a triadic definition of scholarship: the production of knowledge, the interpretation and synthesis of knowledge, and the application of knowledge. Thus, there are noted authors invited to read, respond and offer their interpretation and synthesis of the research selected for inclusion. - Publisher
Staff development & educational change by W. Robert Houston( Book )

3 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 286 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The contents of this volume are directed to designers and managers of staff development programs. It is designed to provide a systemic consideration of all factors involved, including the long-range goals of staff development, the behaviors of the people involved, the interface of existing organizational structures, and the mechanisms for program planning and development. The potential for systemic educational programs is described, models of programs are presented, and implications for teacher education are discussed. The dimensions of educational systems and change are outlined in the first two chapters. Chapters 3 and 4 focus on changing people. The attitudes, aptitudes, perspectives, and values of the professional staff to be trained, the trainers of the staff, and the community as a composite of individuals, are considered as interacting elements in the change process. The fifth and sixth chapters examine inservice education from the communication/organizational perspective. The structures for staff development programs are described in rural and urban setings. The last section considers programs and their development. Emphasis is placed on the importance of needs assessment in developing an inservice program. An approach to planning that has proved effective in a number of workshops is provided. (Jd)
Designing short-term instructional programs by Floyd T Waterman( Book )

2 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 269 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Experiences and research data in this volume result from the authors' involvement in Corpsmember Training Institutes (CMTIs) and Pilot Trainer Workshops (PTWs) established to train teacher interns beginning their Teacher Corps internship. Six articles are presented on: administration of short-term instructional programs, workshop design, implementation of workshops and teachers' institutes, methods of evaluating programs, data- and experience-based guidelines for designing and operating short-term instructional programs, an empirical study of the institute-workshop strategies discussed in the third article. (Jd)
Research on effective models for teacher education by D. John McIntyre( Book )

4 editions published in 2000 in English and Chinese and held by 264 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This yearbook addresses the nation's pressing need to train and retain good teachers as it explores exemplary practices in teacher education. Areas of critical concern include enhancing professional development; methods for improving teaching and learning; transformations through mentoring and social interaction; and effective models for alternative programs in teacher education
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Handbook of research on teacher education : enduring questions in changing contextsCultivating curious and creative minds : the role of teachers and teacher educatorsIntercultural student teaching : a bridge to global competenceTeacher learning in small-group settingsEducators healing racismEducating for diversity : an anthology of multicultural voicesAffective teacher education : exploring connections among knowledge, skills, and dispositionsTeachers for the new millennium : aligning teacher development, national goals, and high standards for all students