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Star teachers : the ideology and best practice of effective teachers of diverse children and youth in poverty

Author: Martin Haberman
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Haberman Educational Foundation, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Haberman
ISBN: 0976185806 9780976185802
OCLC Number: 61846878
Description: 220 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. The nature of the setting --
I. Causes of the teacher shortage --
II. Some pertinent history of teacher education which helps explain the current shortage --
III. The rationale for recruiting and preparing adults as teachers of diverse children in urban poverty; The nature of adolescence and adulthood as it pertains to the education of teachers for diverse children in poverty --
IV. How do mature teachers cope with the school bureaucracy? --
V. Where do urban schools get their beginning teachers? --
VI. Will the conditions of work for beginning teachers improve or worsen? --
VII. Securing the teachers --
2. The nature of traditional urban teaching practices --
VIII. The pedagogy of poverty versus good teaching; The nature of reform and the pedagogy of poverty; The nature of urban children and youth; Indicators of good teaching; The reward of not changing --
IX. Unemployment training: the ideology of non-work learned in urban schools; Implications for future workers; What can be done? --
3. Star teachers: their ideology and behaviors --
X. The research base of star teacher functions; Previous studies; Physychological vs. situational preditors; The mid-range functions; The fable of the "best and the brightest"; The truly best and brightest; Research based guidelines of urban teacher preparation; The lessons of the National Teacher Corps; Validity and reliability --
XI. The ideology of stars --
A. The role of the school serving diverse children in poverty --
B. The expectation of problems --
C. Effort versus ability --
D. Direct instruction --
XII. The mid-range functions of stars which cannot be assessed in interviews --
A. Emotional/physical stamina --
B. Organizational ability --
C. The nature of planning --
D. Coaching (you and me against the material) --
E. Commitment to students with special needs --
F. Interaction with parents and community --
G. Creating student ownership --
XIII. The mid-range functions of stars which can be assessed in interviews --
H. Persistence --
I. Protecting students' learning --
J. Putting theory into practice --
K. Approach to at-risk students --
L. Professional vs. personal orientation --
M. Burnout: the care and feeding of the bureaucracy --
N. Fallibility --
XIV. Common questions asked of star teachers; Discipline; Punishment; Homework; Parental Relations; Achievement tests --
XV. Gentle teaching in a violent society --
XVI. Only decent people should teach.
Responsibility: Martin Haberman.

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