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- Educators invited to explore the cultural context of... // Curriculum Review;Apr92, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p19
Discusses the six-day teacher training program of Renaissance art in Italy and Northern Europe by the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. Topic of the training; Course included in the training; Activity of the teacher for the training; Feature of the training; Schedule of the training...
- Teaching the teachers of K-12 teachers III. Symposium on advanced graduate study in music education. Werner, R.J. // Design for Arts in Education;May/Jun91, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p9
Focuses on specific challenges that should be considered in the preparation of K-12 music teachers. Provides the basis for developing an approach to prepare future music teachers concerning the aspects of changing curriculum, research and training music education professors.
- The music teacher educator curriculum: Crisis and deliberation. Wing, L. // Design for Arts in Education;May/Jun91, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p11
Focuses on the doctoral curriculum for music teacher educators. The need to define the mission of the doctoral program in music education; Recognition of the interrelatedness and complexity of the various parts of the music education enterprise;Ongoing curriculum work.
- Doctoral education of multiethnic-multicultural music teacher educators. Lundquist, B.R. // Design for Arts in Education;May/Jun91, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p21
Surveys issues that have implications for the development of a multiethnic-multicultural doctoral program for teacher educators. Formulates a broad outline for a doctoral program; Defines the terms `multicultural,' `ethnic' and `multiethnic'; Attributes of a multiethnic-multicultural perspective.
- Recent and relevant experience for teacher educators. McEachern, William Ross // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p473
Discusses reasons why teachers in Great Britain need to acquire recent and relevant experience in order to continue working the field of teacher education. Variations on a theme; Responsibility issues; Personal experiences.
- The case method in teacher education: Six lessons from New Zealand. Jarchow, Elaine // Education;Summer92, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p624
Presents six New Zealand case methods in teacher education. Building class discussions around student input; Use of current events to develop point of view; Inclusion of role playing as a case method; Use of the initiation-evaluation-extension approach; Borrowing from sociology; Combination of...
- University support for novice teachers: Successes, struggles and limitations. Williams, Jacqueline; Williamson, Kay M. // Education;Spring96, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p366
Describes a university support program for beginning teachers. Background on the study; Description of the methods used in the study; Participants and school settings; Process; Data sources.
- Experienced teachers' assessment of classroom management skills presented in a summer course. Jones, Vernon F. // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun91, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p103
Examines the effects of providing veteran teachers with an intensive in-service course focusing on a wide range of classroom management and instructional skills. Teacher perception on the use of these methods; Effect of these methods on improving student learning.
- The clinical supervision cycle: A component of staff development programs in Wisconsin. Cramer, Susan R.; Koskela, Ruth A. // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p210
Examines the extent to which clinical supervision cycle was a component of staff development programs in Wisconsin middle and junior high schools. Definition of clinical supervision; Characteristics of existing clinical supervision practices; Recommendation of the use of clinical supervision...