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Description - Cases for Teacher Development by Patricia F. Goldblatt

Cases for Teacher Development can be used in many ways: in classes, in discussion groups, as practicum and as self-study. The goals of the text are to provide a path for your exploration as an educator and to facilitate your growth in the teaching profession. Contains case commentaries written by a diverse group of educational experts familiar with the issues embedded within the cases. Their reflections and insights suggest alternative perspectives that may foster the reader's exploration of issues in practice. Includes Connecting Questions that bring forth the common themes woven throughout several chapters. They provide an opportunity to question and explore the connections between the unique situations presented in the cases.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781412913676
ISBN-10: 1412913675
Format: Paperback
(228mm x 152mm x mm)
Pages: 280
Imprint: SAGE Publications Inc
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Publish Date: 30-Mar-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Patricia F. Goldblatt

Patricia F. Goldblatt (Ed.D, OISE/University of Toronto [curriculum]; MA, B.Ed, and BA, University of Toronto) has been an educator for more than 30 years: teaching Art and English to high school students; and the Standards of Practice to teachers at the Ontario College of Teachers in Ontario, Canada. Her writing on multiculturalism, women's studies, art education, literature, and most recently, cases as a teaching tool has appeared in journals in Europe, Britain, Asia, the United States and Canada. Patricia has also presented scholarly papers locally, nationally and internationally. Deirdre Smith (M.Ed. Brock University [teaching and learning] B.Ed and BA, York University, and B.Ed OISE/University of Toronto) is Manager, Standards of Practice and Education at the Ontario College of Teachers. In this capacity she leads a team of program officers who conduct research, development and implementation activities that support strategic planning and a provincial framework that maintains standards of practice and promotes continuing competence among members of the College. Smith has established and continues to coordinate the College research program including pre-service, in-service, action research, educational leadership, mentorship and induction, and career-long professional learning in Ontario. Actively involved with policy development she has coordinated the revision of over two hundred curriculum policy documents for in-service teacher education. In a project management role she has conceptualized, planned, coordinated and monitored multiple and concurrent research, policy development and public relation projects. Smith is a former school principal and Special Educational consultant with extensive experience as a Teacher Behavior consultant, Youth Counselor, Pre-Service Teacher Educator and an In-Service Teacher Educator.