Titel: Crossing Over to Canaan
Autor/en: Gloria Ladson-Billings
The Journey of New Teachers in Diverse Classrooms.
9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on Creme w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
15. März 2001 - gebunden - 194 Seiten
The author of the best-selling book The Dreamkeepers shows how teachers can succeed in diverse classrooms Educating teachers to work well in multicultural classrooms has become an all-important educational priority in today's schools. In Crossing Over to Canaan, Gloria Ladson-Billings details the real-life stories of eight novice teachers participating in an innovative teacher education program called Teach for Diversity. Through their experiences, she illustrates how good teachers can meet the challenges of teaching students from highly diverse backgrounds-and find a way to "cross over to Canaan." "Gloria Ladson-Billings provides a perceptive and interesting account of what is needed to prepare novice teachers to be successful with all students in our multicultural society. This book is must reading for all those entering the profession of teaching today and for those who prepare them for this important work." — Ken Zeichner, associate dean and professor of curriculum and instruction, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison "The multiple voices in Gloria Ladson-Billings's book are compelling, provocative, and insightful-they provide a powerful 'insider' perspective on what it really means to learn to teach all children well." — Marilyn Cochran-Smith, professor of education and editor, Journal of Teacher Education, Boston College, School of Education "Ladson-Billings, one of the stellar researchers and most passionate advocates for social justice, has written yet another masterpiece. By weaving the novice teachers' voices, her personal teaching journey, and language rich in compelling research and inspiring metaphors, Ladson-Billings has documented how newteachers transform schools and teach poor children of color." — Jacquline Jordan Irvine, Candler Professor of Urban Education, Emory University, Division of Educational Studies "Masterful teacher and teacher-educator Gloria Ladson-Billings has given us— in highly rea
Preface. Acknowledgments. The Author. Introduction. Can Anybody Teach These Children? Sojourners. They're Supposed to Learn Something. Nobody Wants to Be Urkel. Apathy Is Not an Option. A Vision of the Promised Land. Appendix A: Methodology. Appendix B: The Teach for Diversity Program. Notes. Index.
GLORIA LADSON-BILLINGS is a professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She worked for a decade as a teacher and administrator in the Philadelphia Public Schools. She is the author of The Dreamkeepers (Jossey-Bass, 1997).
"...This study offers practical advice for both new teachers and administrators and would be an excellent choice for supplementary reading in multicultural education programs." --Library Journal May 2001