Teacher Education for Democracy and Social Justice

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Nicholas M. Michelli, David Lee Keiser
Psychology Press, 2005 - 282 páginas
Given the need for international understanding in the form of cross cultural apitude, geography, foreign language and renewed tolerance for difference, this book argues that education needs to focus on social and cultural studies, not minimise them, if students are to be part of a truly informed society.
 

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Conteúdo

What Can It
3
Teacher Education
31
Searching for the Common Good in Federal
57
Preparing Social Studies Teachers to Be Just
79
Wheres the Joy? Justice and Caring
105
Education in Teaching for Freedom
131
Three Sites
149
Fostering a Commitment to Social Justice through
167
Developing a Shared Vision for Schooling
189
Critical Thinking for Democracy and Social Justice
209
The Place of Foundations
229
Conclusion
245
Afterword
255
Contributors
269
Index
275
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Nicholas M. Michelli is University Dean for Teacher Education for the City University of New York system. He is a member of the New York State Professional Standards and Practices Board for Teaching; the Regents policy board on teaching; former chair of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education; and current chair of National Network for Educational Renewal.
David Lee Keiser is Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Teaching at Montclair State University.

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