The Marginalization of Teacher Education: Who We Are, How We Got Here, How We Fit in the Big Picture, And What We Might Do About It.
Teacher Education Quarterly 2010, Wntr, 37, 1
Teacher Education Quarterly
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My purpose here is to share several thoughts with you. I will explore the concept of marginalization, and explain why I believe it applies very appropriately to the field of teacher education and our own organization. I will emphasize the importance of knowing our history, and ask why it is that history is not a more central part of teacher education. To start things off, I will provide a brief history of the California Council on Teacher Education, which I will argue is a prime example of marginalization. With that notion in place, I will seek to show how our history mirrors many of the broader patterns of the history of American education, an equally appropriate portrayal of marginalization. In these ways, hopefully, what I have to say will illuminate who we are, how we got here, and how we fit, or don't fit, in the big picture. With those problematics in place, I will then share what I believe is a critical recognition of a central problem of our marginalization and what we must try to do about it. A History of CCTE
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- Category: Education
- Published: 01 January 2010
- Publisher: Caddo Gap Press
- Print Length: 13 Pages
- Language: English