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Table of Contents Cases for Teacher Development: Preparing for the Classroom Acknowledgements Introduction: Using Cases to Understand What it Means to be a Teacher Chapter 1: Dealing with Religious Intolerance Chapter 2: Is the Teacher?s Gender an Issue in a Kindergarten Classroom? Chapter 3: Working with a Disruptive Child and His Family Chapter 4: Negotiating Different Styles When Two Teachers Share a Class Chapter 5: Managing Conflict When Working with Educational Partners Chapter 6: A Student Teacher Faces the Challenges of the Classroom Chapter 7: Engaging in Action Research in the Classroom Chapter 8: Evaluating a Teacher?s Classroom Management Strategy Chapter 9: Balancing the Needs of All Students in an Inclusive Classroom Chapter 10: Implications of Student Cheating for the Teaching Community Chapter 11: Challenges Teachers Face When Reentering the Classroom Chapter 12: Developing Appropriate Boundaries with a Troubled Student Chapter 13: School Politics Divide a Community Contributor Biographies Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Teaching -- Case studies.
Teachers -- Training of.