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Publication Date: 2008
Robert F. McNergney, Joanne M. McNergney
With cases in every chapter that bring readers into the real world of teaching, this widely admired text integrates the core foundations of education with case-based analysis, practical examples of technology in the classroom, and personal encounters with diversity. Now more than ever teachers are being held accountable for results achieved by their students; now more than ever new teachers must be true education professionals, with a wide grasp of teaching knowledge and the ability to use it to solve real problems. This exciting edition ofEducation: The Practice and Profession of Teachingmelds comprehensive coverage of foundations topics with practical guidance on learning and instruction, and a wealth of insights into how authentic schools, classrooms, and educational systems function. Unique Features: Case Studiesopen every chapter with authentic dilemmas faced by practicing and prospective teachers. Case Perspectivesat the end of each chapter offer responses to those dilemmas from professional educators, as well as an opportunity for readers to craft their own responses. Teachers and the Lawboxes explore the legal context of teaching.Robert F. McNergney is the author of 'Education: The Practice and Profession of Teaching', published 2008 under ISBN 9780205608171 and ISBN 0205608175.
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