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HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON TEACHER EDUCATION: 
ENDURING QUESTIONS AND CHANGING CONTEXTS, THIRD EDITION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD
W. Robert Houston
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
PART I. WHAT?S THE POINT? 
THE PURPOSES OF TEACHER EDUCATION
Editor: David T. Hansen
Part I Framing Chapters
 1. Introduction: Why Educate Teachers? 
 David T. Hansen 
2. Values and Purpose in Teacher Education	
 David T. Hansen
3. Teacher Education in a Democratic Society: Learning and Teaching the Practices of Democratic Participation
Emily Robertson
4. The Moral and Epistemic Purposes of Teacher Education	
Hugh Sockett
Part I Artifacts
Artifact 1.1.?Ralph Waldo Emerson, ?The American Scholar? (1837)
Reference:?? Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays and Lectures.? New York: Library of America, 1983.? pp. 51-71
Artifact 1.2.?Jane Addams, ?Socialized Education? (1910)
Reference: Jane Addams, Twenty Years at Hull-House.? Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1990.? pp. 244-258
Artifact 1.3. W. E. B. Du Bois, ?Of the?Coming of John? (1903)
Reference: W. E. B. Du Bois, The Souls of Black Folk.? New York: Library of America, 1990.? pp. 165-179
Artifact 1.4. John Dewey, ?The Need for a Philosophy of Education? (1934)
Reference: John Dewey. The Later Works, 1925-1953, Volume 9: 1933-1934, ed. Jo Ann Boydston.? Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1989.? pp. 194-204
Part I Commentaries
 5. Is Deliberative Democracy Enough in Teacher Education
Michael W. Apple
6. Advancing the Public Purpose of Schooling and Teacher Education
John I. Goodlad
7. A Thought from Another World: The Professional Education of Black Teachers in Georgia, 1930-1965
Vanessa Siddle Walker
PART II. WHAT SHOULD TEACHERS KNOW? 
TEACHER CAPACITIES: KNOWLEDGE, BELIEFS, SKILLS, and COMMITMENTS 
Editor: Carl A. Grant
Part II Framing Chapters
 8. Introduction: Teacher Capacity
 Carl A. Grant
 9. Rethinking Teacher Capacity
 G. William McDiarmid and Mary Clevenger-Bright
10. Teacher Capacity for Diverse Learners: What Do Teachers Need to Know?
 Tyrone C. Howard and Glenda R. Aleman 
 11. Teacher Capacity and Social Justice in Teacher Education
 Carl A. Grant and Vonzell Agosto
Part II Artifacts
 
 Artifact 2.1. James Baldwin, ?A Talk to Teachers? (1963)
Reference: James Baldwin, Saturday Review, December 21, 1963. pp. 42-44
Artifact 2.2. Paulo Freire, ?Fourth Letter: On the Indispensable Qualities of Progressive Teachers for Their Better Performance? (1998) 
Reference: Paulo Freire, Teachers as cultural Workers: Letter to those who dare teach?Weaview Press, 1998. pp. 39-46
 Artifact 2.3. M. Greene. The Dialectic of Freedom (1988)
Reference: M. Greene, The Dialectic of Freedom, Teacher College Press, 1988. pp 117-135
 Artifact 2.4. Katrina B. Flores, They're Calling Us Names. 
Part II Commentaries
12. Do You See What I See? Teacher Capacity as Vision for Education in a Democracy
 Maureen D. Gillette and Brian D. Schultz
13. Partial Movements Toward Teacher Quality ? And Their Potential for Advancing Social Justice
 Kevin K. Kumashiro
 14. Dismantling Dichotomies in Teacher Education
Pam Grossman, Morva McDonald, Karen Hammerness, & Matthew Ronfeldt
15. Teacher Capacity for Diversity
 Donna M. Gollnick
PART III. WHERE SHOULD TEACHERS BE TAUGHT? 
SETTINGS AND ROLES IN TEACHER EDUCATION 
Editor: Kenneth Zeichner
Part III Framing Chapters
 16. Introduction: Settings for Teacher Education
 Kenneth Zeichner
 17. Teacher Education Programs as Sites for Teacher Preparation
 Kenneth Zeichner and Hilary Conklin
18. An Uneasy Relationship: The History of Teacher Education in the University
 David F. Labaree
19. What Kind of Experience? Preparing Teachers in PDS or Community Settings?
 Marilynne Boyle-Baise and D. John McIntyre
Part III ARTIFACTS
Artifact 3.1. Linda Darling-Hammond, ?The case for university-based teacher education? (1999) 
Reference: R. Roth (Ed.) The Role of the University in the Preparation of Teachers. NewYork: Routledge/Falmer, 1999. pp.13-30
Artifact 3.2. Barbara Seidl and Gloria Friend, ?Leaving Authority at the Door: Equal-status Community-based Experiences and the Preparation of Teachers for Diverse Classrooms (2002)
Reference: Barbara Seidl and Gloria Friend, Teaching and Teacher Education, 18(4). pp. 421-433
Artifact 3.3. Martin Haberman and Linda Post, ?Teachers for Multicultural Schools: The Power of Selection? (1998) 
Reference: Martin Haberman and Linda Post, Theory into Practice, 37(2). pp. 97-104
Part III Commentaries
20. The New Teacher Project?s Response to Where Teachers Should be Taught 
 Michelle Rhee
21. Settings for Teacher Education: Challenges in Creating a Stronger Research Base
 Sharon P. Robinson
 22. Settings are More than Sites
 W. Robert Houston
PART IV. WHO TEACHES? WHO SHOULD TEACH?
Editor: A. Lin Goodwin
Part IV Framing Chapters
 23. Defining Teacher Quality: Is Consensus Possible?
 A. Lin Goodwin
 24. Who is Teaching?? Does it Matter??
 Karen Zumwalt and Elizabeth Craig
25. Teachers of Color: Quality & Effective Teachers One Way or Another
 Mary E. Dilworth and Anthony Brown
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26. The Next Generation of Teachers: Who Enters, Who Stays, and Why
 Susan Moore Johnson and Susan M. Kardos
27. Teacher Educators as Gatekeepers: Deciding Who is Ready to Teach
 A. Lin Goodwin and Celia J. Oyler
Part IV: Artifacts
Artifact 4.1. U.S. Department of Education, Rod Paige, Secretary, ?Meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers Challenge: The Secretary?s Annual Report on Teacher Quality? (2002)
Reference: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Office of Policy Planning and Innovation, Meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers Challenge: The Secretary?s Annual Report on Teacher Quality, Washington, D.C., 2002. 
Artifact 4.2. National Collaborative on Diversity in the Teaching Force, ?Assessment of Diversity in America?s Teaching Force? (2004)
Reference: National Collaborative on Diversity in the Teaching Force, Assessment of diversity in America?s teaching force: A call to action. Washington, DC: National Education Association, October 2004.
 Artifact 4.3. Photo: African American Teacher
 Artifact 4.4. Photo: Mexican School
 Artifact 4.5. Photo: Native American school/teachers
Artifact 4.6. F. Chang, ?An Accommodation Program for Second-generation Chinese? (1934)
Reference: F. Chang, An Accommodation Program for Second-generation Chinese, Sociology and Social Research. 18, 1934. pp 541-543
 
Artifact 4.7. INTASC, ?Model Standards for Beginning Teacher Licensing, Assessment and Development: A Resource for State Dialogue? (1992)
Reference: INTASC, Washington, DC: Council of Chief State School Officers, 1992.
Artifact 4.8. Dan C. Lortie, Excerpt from ?Schoolteacher? (1975) 
Reference: Dan C. Lortie, Schoolteacher. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975. pp. 26-40 (Note: notes associated with these pages are on pp. 261-262; notes associated with the entire chapter are on pp. 261-263) (17-19 pages)
Part IV: Commentaries
28. The Teacher Quality Problem
Richard M. Ingersoll
29. Changing the Paradigm: Preparing Teacher Educators and Teachers for the 21st Century
Mary Futrell
30. The Perspective of a National Board Certified Teacher on Who Should Teach
Meghna Antani Lipcon
PART V. DOES DIFFERENCE MAKE A DIFFERENCE? 
DIVERSITY AND TEACHER EDUCATION
Editor: Ana Mar?a Villegas
Part V Framing Chapters
31. Diversity and Teacher Education
Ana Mar?a Villegas
 
32. Preparing White Teachers for Diverse Students
Christine Sleeter
33. Preparing Teachers of Color to Confront Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Educational Outcomes
Ana Mar?a Villegas and Dann? E. Davis
34. Responding to the Linguistic Reality of Mainstream Classrooms:
Preparing All Teachers to Teach English Language Learners
Tamara Lucas and Jaime Grinberg
	
Part V Artifacts
Artifact 5.1. Nathan Glazer, ?Is Assimilation Dead?? (1993)
Reference: Nathan Glazer, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 530, November 1993. pp. 122-136
Artifact 5.2. Samuel B. Ethridge, ?Impact of the 1954 Brown v. Topeka Board of Education Decision on Black Educators? (1979)
Reference: Samuel B. Ethridge, The Negro Educational Review, 30(4). pp. 217-232
Artifact 5.3. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, ?No One Model American? (1972)
Reference: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Commission on Multicultural Education, No one model American. Washington, DC: Author.
Artifact 5.4. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Committee on Multicultural Education, ?Educators? Preparation for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity: A Call to Action? (2002)
Reference: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Educators? preparation for cultural and linguistic diversity: A call to action. Washington, DC: Author, 2002.
Part V Commentaries
35. Diversity and Teacher Education: People, Pedagogy, and Politics
Jacqueline Jordan Irvine
36. Diversity and Teacher Education: What Can the Future Be?
Tina Jacobowitz and Nicholas M. Michelli
37. Troubling Diversity
Victoria Chou and Karen Sakash
PART VI. HOW DO PEOPLE LEARN TO TEACH? 
TEACHER LEARNING OVER TIME
Editor: Sharon Feiman-Nemser
Part VI Framing Chapters
38. Teacher Learning: How do Teachers Learn to Teach? 
Sharon Feiman-Nemser
39. The Metaphors By Which We Teach: Experience, Metaphor, and Culture in Teacher Education
Cheryl Rosaen and Susan Florio-Ruane
40. The Development of the Personal Self and Professional Identity in Learning to Teach
Carol R. Rodgers and Katherine H. Scott
41. Learning Among Colleagues: Teacher Community and the Shared Enterprise of Education
Joel Westheimer
Part VI Artifacts
Artifact 6.1. John Dewey, ?The Relation of Theory to Practice in Education? (1904) 
Reference: In J. Boydston (Ed.), Essays on the New Empiricism 1903-1906: Vol. 3. The Middle Works of John Dewey 1899-1924. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. pp. 249-272
Artifact 6.2. Lucy Sprague Mitchell, ?Growth of Teachers in Professional Maturity? (1950)
Reference: Lucy Sprague Mitchell, Our Children and Our Schools. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1950. pp. 323-338
Artifact 6.3. David C. Berliner, ?The Nature of Expertise in Teaching? (1992)
Reference: In F.K. Oser, A. Dick & J-L. Patry (Eds.), Effective and Responsible Teaching: The New Synthesis. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992. pp. 227-248
Part VI Commentaries
42. Rethinking the Study of Learning to Teach
Renee Clift
43. Perspectives on Teacher Learning: Normative, Logical, Empirical
Daniel Fallon
44. Teacher Learning: A Commentary by Reform-Minded Teaching Colleagues
Vivian Troen and Katherine C. Boles
PART VII. WHO?S IN CHARGE? 
AUTHORITY IN TEACHER EDUCATION AND LICENSURE POLICY 
Editor: Suzanne M. Wilson
Part VII Framing Chapters
45. The Emperor?s New Clothes: Do We Really Need Professional Education and Certification for Teachers?
Suzanne M. Wilson
 46. Competing Visions of Purpose, Practice, and Policy: The History of Teacher Certification in the United States
Michael W. Sedlak
47. From Traditional Certification to Competitive Certification: A Twenty-Five Year Retrospective
David G. Imig and Scott R. Imig
48. The Evolving Field of Teacher Education: How Understanding Challenge(r)s Might Improve the Preparation of Teachers 
Suzanne M. Wilson and Eran Tamir
Part VII Artifacts
Artifact 7.1. Isaac Stone, ?The Elementary and the Complete Examiner; or Candidate's Assistant: Prepared to Aid Teachers in Securing Certificates from Boards of Examiners? (1864) 
Reference: Isaac Stone, The elementary and the complete examiner; or candidate's assistant: Prepared to aid teachers in securing certificates from boards of examiners. A. S. Barnes and Company: New York and Chicago, 1864.
Artifact 7.2. W.C. Bagley, ?Training of Teachers? (1919)
Reference: ?W.C. Bagley, Training of teachers. Proceedings of the National Education Association, USA, 1919. pp 499-504
Artifact 7.3. W. E. Peik, ?Building a Still Better Teaching Profession for our Times? (1948)
Reference: W. E. Peik, The Education of Teachers as Viewed by the Profession. Proceedings of the National Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, National Education Association of the United States, 9-17.? ?(Official group reports of the Bowling Green Conference held at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, June 30- July 3). 
Artifact 7.4. Arthur E. Bestor, Jr., ?On the education and certification of teachers? (1953) 
Reference: Arthur E. Bestor, Jr., ?On the education and certification of teachers?, School and Society 78(2016). pp. 81- 87
Artifact 7.5. Ralph W. McDonald, ?The Professional Standards Movement in Teaching: Evolution of an Idea? (1956)
Reference: Ralph W. McDonald, The Professional Standards Movement in Teaching: Progress and Projection. Proceedings of the National Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, National Education Association of the United States, 8-21. (Report of the Parkland Conference held at Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, Washington, June 26-30).
Artifact 7.6. David J. Fox, ?National Teacher Examinations? (1982)
Reference: David J. Fox, National Teacher Examinations. New York: Arco Publishing, Inc., 1982.
Artifact 7.7. Saul Cooperman and Leo Klagholz, ?New Jersey?s Alternate Route to Certification? (1985) 
Reference: Saul Cooperman and Leo Klagholz, New Jersey?s Alternate Route to Certification. Phi Delta Kappan, 66(10). pp. 691 - 695
Artifact 7.8. Doyle Watts, ?Alternate Routes to Teacher Certification: A Dangerous Trend? (1986) 
Reference: Doyle Watts, Alternate Routes to Teacher Certification: A Dangerous Trend. Action in Teacher Education, 2, 1986. pp 25-29
Artifact 7.9. Frederick M. Hess, ?Break the Link? (2002)? 
Reference: Frederick M. Hess, Break the Link.? Education Next.? Downloaded January 2006 from http://www.educationnext.org/20021/22.html.
Artifact 7.10. Richard L. Allington, ?Ignoring the Policy Makers to Improve Teacher Preparation??(2005) 
Reference: Richard L. Allington, Ignoring the Policy Makers to Improve Teacher Preparation.? Journal of Teacher Education, 56(3), 2005. pp. 199-204
Part VII Commentaries
49. Teaching as a Profession: A Bridge Too Far?
Edward Crowe
50. Jurisdictional Issues in Teacher Education
Frank B. Murray
PART VIII. HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW? 
RESEARCH AND TEACHER EDUCATION	
Editors: Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Kelly E. Demers
Part VIII Framing Chapters
51. How Do We Know What We Know? Research and Teacher Education
Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Kelly E. Demers
52. Genres of Research in Teacher Education
Hilda Borko, Jennifer A. Whitcomb and Kathryn Byrnes 
53. Research on Teacher Education: Changing Times, Changing Paradigms
Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Kim Fries
54. Critical & Qualitative Research in Teacher Education: A Blues Epistemology for Cultural Well-Being and a Reason for Knowing
Joyce E. King
Part VIII Artifacts
Artifact 8.1. N. Gage, ?Applying What We Know: The Field of Teacher Education? (1978) 
Reference: N. Gage, The Scientific Basis of the Art of Teaching. New York, NY: Teachers College Press. pp. 42-62
Artifact 8.2. Susan Florio-Ruane, ?More Light: An Argument for Complexity in Studies of Teaching and Teacher Education? (2002)
Reference: Susan Florio-Ruane, More Light: An Argument for Complexity in Studies of Teaching and Teacher Education. Journal of Teacher Education, 53(3), 2002. pp 205-215
Artifact 8.3. Magdalene Lampert, ?Knowing Teaching: The Intersection of Research on Teaching and Qualitative Research? (2000) 
Reference: Magdalene Lampert, Knowing Teaching: The Intersection of Research on Teaching and Qualitative Research. Harvard Educational Review, 70(1), 2000. pp. 86-99
Part VIII Commentaries
55. Toward a Better Understanding of Teaching and Learning about Teaching
John Loughran 
56. Improving Methods for Research on Teacher Education
Robert E. Floden 
57. Notes from a Pragmatist: Learning What We Need to Know About Teacher Effectiveness and Preparation
David H. Monk
PART IX. WHAT GOOD IS TEACHER EDUCATION? 
THE PLACE OF TEACHER EDUCATION IN TEACHERS? EDUCATION 
Editor: Mary M. Kennedy
58. The Place of Teacher Education in Teachers? Education
Mary M. Kennedy
59. Teacher Education toward Liberal Education
Steve Weiland
60. The Role of Teacher Education Courses in Teaching by Second Nature
Frank B. Murray
61. The Value Added by Teacher Education
Mary M. Kennedy, Soyeon Ahn, & Jinyoung Choi
Part IX Artifacts
Artifact 9.1. W. S. Learned, W. C. Bagley and others. ?Purposes of a Normal School? (1920) 
Reference: W. S. Learned, W. C. Bagley and others. Purpose of a Normal School. In M. L. Borrowman (Ed.), Teacher education in America: A documentary history. New York: Teachers College Press, 1965.
Artifact 9.2. James Bryant Conant, ?The Education of American Teachers? (1963) 
Reference: James Bryant Conant, The Education of American Teachers. New York: McGraw Hill, 1963.
Artifact 9.3. Gary Sykes, ?Teacher education and the predicament of reform? (1984) 
Reference: Gary Sykes, Teacher Education and the Predicament of Reform. In C. E. J. Finn, D. Ravitch and R. T. Fancher (Eds.), Against mediocrity: The humanities in America's High Schools. New York: Holmes and Meier. pp. 172-194
Part IX Commentaries
62. A Reflection on the Professional Preparation of Teachers
Diane Ravitch
63. Knowledge for Teaching: What do we Know?
Linda Darling-Hammond
64. Teacher Education and the Education of Teachers
Frederick M. Hess
 

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Teachers -- Training of -- United States.