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The reader-friendly and widely adopted textbook Those Who Can, Teach (ISBN 9780547204888) gives students a realistic view of what teaching in the 21st century is all about. This up-to-date textbook by Kevin Ryan and James M. Cooper offers solid information yet still maintains a friendly and engaging writing style, discussing the foundations and the future...
The reader-friendly and widely adopted textbook Those Who Can, Teach (ISBN 9780547204888) gives students a realistic view of what teaching in the 21st century is all about. This up-to-date textbook by Kevin Ryan and James M. Cooper offers solid information yet still maintains a friendly and engaging writing style, discussing the foundations and the future of the teaching profession. Ryan and Cooper answer basic questions such as - Why teach? What is a school and what is it for? Who are today's students? What social problems affect today's students? What makes a teacher effective? They also discuss the philosophical foundations and history of American education, the struggle for educational opportunities, and how are schools governed, influenced, and financed. More importantly, they tell future teachers what their job options are in the education industry. Author Kevin Ryan has taught education in Boston University, while James M. Cooper is a Professor Emeritus of the Curry School of Education in the University of Virginia. Both have written other textbooks on teaching and education. Ryan is known for his other well-received titles, including Teaching for Student Learning: Becoming a Master Teacher, Building Character in Schools: Practical Ways to Bring Moral Instruction to Life, and Don't Smile Until Christmas: Accounts of the First Year of Teaching. Those Who Can, Teach is already on its 12th edition and has been updated with new research materials. It features ‘reflection questions' that allow students to think for themselves and also promotes interactive classroom discussion. This edition provides access to a comprehensive online supplement with interactive tools that allow students to find information about regional trends, special education offices, licensure offices, and the like.
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