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Inside the black box of classroom practice : change without reform in American education

Autore: Larry Cuban
Editore: Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard Education Press, 2013.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"Inside the Black Box of Classroom Practice takes as its starting point a strikingly blunt question: "With so many major structural changes in U.S. public schools over the past century, why have classroom practices been largely stable, with a modest blending of new and old teaching practices, leaving contemporary classroom lessons familiar to earlier generations of school-goers?" It is a question that ought to be of  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Larry Cuban
ISBN: 9781612505565 1612505562 9781612505572 1612505570
Numero OCLC: 829386746
Descrizione: x, 243 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contenuti: Part 1: Engineering structures to reform classroom teaching. Restructuring Las Montanas and technology, 1976-2010 ; Restructuring the science curriculum, 1890s-2011 ; How and why test-driven accountability influenced teaching practice --
Part 2: Changes in medical practice and classroom teaching. Structural changes and the reform of medical practice ; Structural changes and reforming teaching practices --
Part 3: Unlocking the black box of the classroom. Why so many structural changes in schools and so little reform in teaching practice?
Responsabilità: Larry Cuban.

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"Inside the Black Box of Classroom Practice takes as its starting point a strikingly blunt question: "With so many major structural changes in U.S. public schools over the past century, why have classroom practices been largely stable, with a modest blending of new and old teaching practices, leaving contemporary classroom lessons familiar to earlier generations of school-goers?" It is a question that ought to be of paramount interest to all who are interested in school reform in the United States. It is also a question that comes naturally to Larry Cuban, whose much-admired books have focused on various aspects of school reform--their promises, wrong turns, partial successes, and troubling failures. In this book, he returns to this territory, but trains his focus on the still baffling fact that policy reforms--no matter how ambitious or determined--have generally had little effect on classroom conduct and practice."--Publisher's website.

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