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Teachers, Schools, and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education

Teachers, Schools, and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education

4th Edition
By David M. Sadker and Karen Zittleman
ISBN10: 0078110432
ISBN13: 9780078110436
Copyright: 2016

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PART 1: TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Chapter 1 The Teaching Profession and You
Chapter 2 Different Ways of Learning
Chapter 3 Teaching Your Diverse Students
Chapter 4 Student Life in School and at Home

PART 2: FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 5 The Multicultural History of American Education
Chapter 6 Philosophy of Education
Chapter 7 Financing and Governing America’s Schools
Chapter 8 School Law and Ethics

PART 3: SCHOOLS AND CLASSROOMS

Chapter 9 Purposes of America’s Schools and the Current Reform Movement
Chapter 10 Curriculum, Standards, and Testing
Chapter 11 Becoming an Effective Teacher

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