|aTeacher education for democracy and social justice /|cedited by Nicholas M. Michelli and David Lee Keiser.
|aNew York :|bRoutledgeFalmer,|c2005.
|axxv, 282 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aEducation for democracy: what can it be? / Nicholas M. Michelli -- Learners not widgets: teacher education for social justice during transformative times / David Lee Keiser -- Searching for the common good in federal policy: the missing essence in NCLB and HEA, Title II / Penelope M. Earley -- Preparing social studies to be just and democratic: problems and possibilities / Beth C. Rubin & Benjamin Justice -- Where's the joy?: justice and caring in science education / Maria S. Rivera Maulucci & Angela Calabrese Barton -- Many layered multiple perspectives: the role of aesthetic education in teaching for freedom, democracy, and social justice / Madeleine F. Holzer -- The right to be equally taught: three sites of inquiry for social justice at a diverse high school / David Lee Keiser -- Fostering a commitment to social justice through service learning in a teacher education course / Tamara Lucas -- Developing a shared vision for schooling and teacher education in a democracy: a story from Colorado / Carol Wilson & Roscoe Davidson -- Critical thinking for democracy and social justice / David S. Martin -- External funding: the place of foundations for democracy and social justice / Carla Asher with Diane Eidman -- Conclusion: Hopes and expectations / Nicholas M. Michelli & David Lee Keiser.
|aTeachers|xTraining of|zUnited States.
|aSocial justice|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States.
|aCritical pedagogy|zUnited States.
|aMichelli, Nicholas M.,|d1942-
|aKeiser, David Lee.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0421/2004016008.html