«Teaching Like That»: The Beginnings of Teacher Education at Bank Street (Counterpoints #234) (Paperback)

«Teaching Like That»: The Beginnings of Teacher Education at Bank Street (Counterpoints #234) By Shirley R. Steinberg (Editor), Joe L. Kincheloe (Editor), Jaime G. a. Grinberg Cover Image

«Teaching Like That»: The Beginnings of Teacher Education at Bank Street (Counterpoints #234) (Paperback)

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This is book number 234 in the Counterpoints series.

This book provides the history of the first years of The Cooperative School for Student Teachers - now known as Bank Street College of Education - a progressive teacher education program. Jaime G. A. Grinberg uses a broad range of documents, including oral histories, to understand and explain the beginnings of this program during the 1930s in New York. The Bank Street program, created and directed mostly by women, was an innovative, alternative, and inspiring case of teacher preparation. Providing detailed descriptions of classes taught by Lucy Sprague Mitchell, Teaching Like That highlights the curriculum for teacher preparation, progressive concepts of teaching and learning, and institutional characteristics. Courses in teacher education, the history of education, women studies, and curriculum and teaching will find a great source of information in this book.
The Author: Jaime G. A. Grinberg is Associate Professor of Educational Foundations and Faculty Advisor to the New Jersey Network for Educational Renewal at Montclair State University. He received his Ph.D. in curriculum, teaching, and educational policy from Michigan State University. He is the author of numerous book chapters, journal articles, and encyclopedia entries, and he has also published in Spanish. He has taught and lectured in the United States, Argentina, Mexico, and Israel.
Product Details ISBN: 9780820462394
ISBN-10: 082046239X
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publi
Publication Date: June 27th, 2005
Pages: 137
Language: English
Series: Counterpoints