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    Title: Education 30: Introduction to Education (Perez)

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    • Education 30: Introduction to Education (Perez)CC BY-SA 4.0
      • Front MatterUndeclared
      • 1: Educator as a ProfessionalCC BY-SA 4.0
      • 2: History of EducationCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 2.1: What are the educational milestones of the 17th and 18th centuries?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 2.2: What are the educational milestones of the 19th century?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 2.3: What are the educational milestones of the 20th century?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 2.4: What are the educational milestones of the 21st century?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 2.5: What is the history of teacher education?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 3: Educational PhilosophyCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 3.1: What are philosophies of education?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 3.2: What is the purpose of education?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 3.3: How is Plato a philosophical leader in education?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 3.4: What is constructivism?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 3.5: What is the difference between teacher-centered vs. student-centered philosophies?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 4: Educational ReformCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.1: What are the effects of educational reform in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.2: How do magnet and charter schools represent new visions of public education?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.3: What is the case for and against vouchers?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.4: What are the benefits and drawbacks of home schooling?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.5: Every Student Succeeds Act (replacing NCLB)CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.6: What is the purpose of school?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.7: Are we really a nation at risk?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 4.8: Are for-profit schools and corporate sponsorships viable?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 5: Effective TeachingCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.1: Are teachers born or made?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.2: What are the differences between direct instruction and discovery learning?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.3: How can we teach to meet all students' needs?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.4: What are the theories of multiple intelligences and emotional intelligence?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.5: What is the nature of cooperative learning?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.6: What is the effect of having high expectations for students?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 5.7: How can teachers continue to learn throughout life?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 6: Diversity - Classroom Practices and LawCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.1: What is Inclusion?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.2: What can be done to handle students with ADHD in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.3: How can we teach English language learners?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.4: How can we be culturally responsive in our teaching?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.5: How can we be sensitive to gender issues?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.6: How does code-switching come into play in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.7: What issues do lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students face in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 6.8: Gifted students can take care of themselves, right?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 7: CurriculumCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.1: Is it still the "three Rs"?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.2: Is there a "hidden curriculum"? Where is it hiding?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.3: Who decides what is taught?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.4: Are we moving toward a national curriculum?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.5: How can we prepare all students for life after high school?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 7.6: What are the effects of standardized testing on school curricula?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 8: Effective SchoolsCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 8.1: What makes a school effective?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 8.2: How can mentoring support new teachers?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 8.3: Is pre-kindergarten the solution to early intervention?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 8.4: What are the benefits of school and community partnerships?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 8.5: How can we create positive learning environments?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 9: TechnologyCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.1: Is technology in education a help or hindrance?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.2: What are the benefits of techology in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.3: What are disadvantages to technology in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.4: What have we learned about virtual learning?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.5: How can we teach "digital natives"?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 9.6: What is the future of education?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 10: Ethics and LawCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 10.1: How can we create equity in the classroom?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 10.2: What are teachers' rights and responsibilities?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 10.3: What are students' rights and responsibilities?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 10.4: What does it mean to be an ethical teacher?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 10.5: How should teachers teach ethics?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • 11: Classroom ManagementCC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.1: What is the importance of keeping students engaged in learning?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.2: Is positive discipline all about being nice?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.3: How can brain research help teachers understand their students?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.4: When should students be rewarded or punished?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.5: Should students be praised?CC BY-SA 4.0
        • 11.6: How can students be motivated both intrinsically and extrinsically?CC BY-SA 4.0
      • Back MatterUndeclared
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