Redefining Teacher Education: The Theories of Jerome Bruner and the Practice of Training Teachers Diane D. Orlofsky

ISBN: 9780820451879

Published: May 22nd 2002

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138 pages


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Redefining Teacher Education: The Theories of Jerome Bruner and the Practice of Training Teachers  by  Diane D. Orlofsky

Redefining Teacher Education: The Theories of Jerome Bruner and the Practice of Training Teachers by Diane D. Orlofsky
May 22nd 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 138 pages | ISBN: 9780820451879 | 6.43 Mb

Policymakers, educators, and the public continuously cry for the wholesale reform of teacher education. This book responds by issuing a call for reform from within each individual methods classroom. Teacher educators are challenged to use theMorePolicymakers, educators, and the public continuously cry for the wholesale reform of teacher education.

This book responds by issuing a call for reform from within each individual methods classroom. Teacher educators are challenged to use the learning theories of Jerome Bruner as a catalyst for constructing their own narrative concerning teacher education. This book provides practical applications of theory in order to improve pedagogical techniques. It challenges teacher educators and their students to become individuals who wont be afraid to take risks, make generalizations, search their value systems, hone their communication and management skills, and be models of competence in thinking and learning.



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