An Introduction | Second Edition
Edited By Joe L. Kincheloe and Shirley R. Steinberg
Classroom Teaching is an introductory text that challenges the antiquated ways that teaching and curriculum have been presented. By adding chapters to Joe L. Kincheloe’s original volume, this second edition gives a fresh, politicized viewpoint of power and politics in an era of corporatized education. The authors set the scene to introduce cutting-edge notions of teaching, knowledge-making, and ways of seeing the world. The essays included in this second edition of Classroom Teaching present a critical pedagogical approach to a socially-just praxis of schooling and being in schools. This edition also includes essential essays on diversity, sexuality, and media which are contemporaneous with today’s concerns in society. Pre-service teachers, interns, and teacher educators in North America will find Classroom Teaching engaging and unique as they commit to an informed vision of educating our children and youth.
Part II: How Do We Teach? Why Do We Teach?
PART II How Do We Teach? Why Do We Teach? We need to nurture a vision of teachers as self-directed scholar-professionals who produce their own knowledges and diagnose the needs of their students. In this empowered vision of the profession teachers...
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