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Chapter 0 3 A Model for Defining the Construct of Caring in Teacher Education Chapter 1 1 A Brief Historical Context for Dispositions in Teacher Education Chapter 2 2 A Contemporary Rationale for Dispositions in Education Chapter 4 4 Dispositions and Multicultural Education Chapter 5 5 School Counselors as Models and Teachers of Dispositional Attitudes and Behaviors: Within and Beyond the School Setting Chapter 6 6 Dispositions in the Helping Professions Chapter 7 7 Using Moral Development Theory to Promote the Growth of Ethical Dispositions withing K-12 Students Chapter 8 8 Exploring Dispositions in Teacher Education Through Children's Literature Chapter 9 9 Teaching and Evaluating Dispositions in a Preservice Education Course Chapter 10 10 Exploring Dispositions in Student Teaching and Field Experience Chapter 11 11 Teaching Critical Thinking Skills and Dispositions: A Graduate Case Study Chapter 12 12 Unleashing the Dispositional Imperative: Legal and Policy Implications Chapter 13 13 Teacher Education and the Benedictine Tradition Chapter 14 14 Dispositionsas Habits of Body, Mind, and Spirit: Quaker and Native American Perspectives Chapter 15 15 Dispositions and Teacher Beliefs: A Heuristic to Inform Efforts Toward Improving Educational Outcomes Part 16 Appendix A: Definition of Dispositions by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Part 17 Appendix B: Standards and Related Dispositions for Beginning Teacher Licensing from the Interstate New Teacher Assessment & Support Consortium (INTASC) Part 18 Index Part 19 About the Contributors
R. Lee Smith is associate dean and associate professor in special education at Indiana University-South Bend. He has published in the area of teacher education and special education. Denise Skarbek is an assistant professor in special education at Indiana University-South Bend.James Hurst is a faculty member of the Counseling and Human Services program at Indiana University-South Bend. He is a licensed clinical psychologist, and he teaches graduate counseling courses in counseling theory, ethics, psychopatholgy, and group counseling.
...[gives] techniques for applying concepts to multicultural education, using school counselors as models of behavior, using moral development theory and children's literature, enriching student teaching, learning legal and policy implications, and learning from alternative perspectives. * Reference and Research Book News *