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David M. Sadker, Karen Zittleman, and Myra P. Sadker join forces to provide students with a user-friendly resource in their textbook entitled Teachers, Schools, and Society with Student CD, ISBN 9780077377489. This all-inclusive resource provides users with a thorough look at the foundational principles of education in America. Coverage includes that of...
David M. Sadker, Karen Zittleman, and Myra P. Sadker join forces to provide students with a user-friendly resource in their textbook entitled Teachers, Schools, and Society with Student CD, ISBN 9780077377489. This all-inclusive resource provides users with a thorough look at the foundational principles of education in America. Coverage includes that of educational history, philosophy, and governance as well as the most current critical issues like that of the changing federal role in educational finance. Several chapters have been thoroughly updated to include new topics such as obesity, eating disorders, poverty, emerging trends in curriculum, and new reports on federal programs and funding formulas. David M. Sadker, Karen Zittleman, and Myra P. Sadker effectively organize the contents of Teachers, Schools, and Society with Student CD across four sections and 13 comprehensive chapters. Part I introduces readers to the subject of 'Teachers and Students' with chapters devoted to becoming a teacher, different ways of learning, and teaching diverse students. Part II delves into the topic of 'Schools and Curriculum.' This section devotes itself to presenting information on student life in school and at home, reforming America's schools, curriculum, standards, and testing. 'Foundations' are investigated in part III with chapters providing coverage of the history of American education as well as financing and governing America's schools. The final section is this book is that of part IV which explores 'Your Classroom.' These concluding chapters discuss such topics as teacher effectiveness, a teacher's first classroom, and a helpful question and answer guide to entering the teaching profession.
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