Home > Book
Check-outs :

Reclaiming caring in teaching and teacher education /

  • Hit:24
  • Rating:0
  • Review:0
  • Trackback:0
  • Forward:0


轉寄 列印
第1級人氣樹(0)
人氣指樹
  • keepsite
  • Introduction
  • About Author
  • Collection(0)
  • Review(0)
  • Rating(0)
  • Trackback(0)

Goldstein (education, U. of Texas, Austin) offers this text in an effort to reestablish "caring" in teaching and in teacher education, with an urge to move away from the "gentle smiles and warm hugs" view toward one that sees caring as an integral part of the teacher-learning process and teacher education programs. Coverage includes conceptual, theoretical and empirical interpretations of caring which provide a framework for a moral and intellectual relation view of caring; educating teachers to understand and be committed to this concept of caring teaching; and possibilities for developing teacher education programs which demonstrate for preservice teachers the pedagogical power of the moral and intellectual relation view of caring. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Goldstein (education, U. of Texas, Austin) offers this text in an effort to reestablish "caring" in teaching and in teacher education, with an urge to move away from the "gentle smiles and warm hugs" view toward one that sees caring as an integral part of the teacher-learning process and teacher education programs. Coverage includes conceptual, theoretical and empirical interpretations of caring which provide a framework for a moral and intellectual relation view of caring; educating teachers to understand and be committed to this concept of caring teaching; and possibilities for developing teacher education programs which demonstrate for preservice teachers the pedagogical power of the moral and intellectual relation view of caring. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Must Login
Must Login
Must Login
Must Login


Teackback URL: