By Thomas L. Good
21st Century schooling: A Reference Handbook offers a hundred chapters written by means of top specialists within the box that spotlight crucial themes, matters, questions, and debates dealing with educators this day. This complete and authoritative two-volume paintings offers undergraduate schooling majors with perception into the wealthy array of concerns inherent in education—issues informing debates that contain all Americans.
· presents undergraduate majors with an authoritative reference resource perfect for his or her lecture room examine wishes, training for GREs, and examine into instructions to soak up pursuing a graduate measure or career
· deals extra precise details than encyclopedia entries, yet now not as a lot jargon, element, or density as magazine articles or examine guide chapters
· Explores academic coverage and reform, instructor schooling and certification, academic management, curriculum, and instruction
· deals a reader-friendly universal structure: concept, tools, functions, comparability, destiny instructions, precis, References and extra Readings
21st Century schooling: A Reference Handbook is designed to prepare academics, professors, and directors for his or her destiny careers, informing the debates and getting ready them to handle the questions and meet the demanding situations of schooling today.
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Teaching reflects the intentional effort to influence another human being for the good rather than for the bad” (p. 828). The moral dimension of teachers’ work spans ends and means. is capable of expressing moral meaning that, in turn, can influence students” (p. 826). This includes how teachers communicate with and attend to students, the subject matter they emphasize, and how they organize students and conduct classroom activity. Even the most routine and benign aspects of teachers’ work can convey moral meaning as students interpret them.
21st Century Education: A Reference Handbook by Thomas L. Good