Principles That Shape English Teacher Education: Pedagogy for Innovation and Change (Paperback)

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Principles That Shape English Teacher Education: Pedagogy for Innovation and Change By Jessica R. Gallo (Editor), Christopher Parsons (Editor), Heidi L. Hallman (Editor) Cover Image
By Jessica R. Gallo (Editor), Christopher Parsons (Editor), Heidi L. Hallman (Editor)
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This book is an opportunity to both explore the concepts and theories that shape our current work as English educators and look ahead to new directions for the future of the field. It examines practices that illustrate the principles that guide English educators' teaching of the English Language Arts Methods course. New directions for the future of the field are also explored. The book's chapters include both practical enactments and theoretical examinations of teaching ELA methods courses. By including both theory and practice in the chapters, this book attends to current realities and potential futures of the field.

About the Author


Jessica R. Gallo is Associate Professor of English Education at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her research focuses on English teacher preparation, middle and secondary writing pedagogy, and rural education. Her recent work has been published in the journals Voices from the Middle (2021), The Rural Educator (2020), and Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education (2020).Christopher M. Parsons is Associate Professor of English Education and the Coordinator of Secondary English Education at Keene State College (NH). Parsons's recent work, which has been published in the journals English Education (2021) and in the edited collection, Methods into Practice: New Visions in Teaching the English Language Arts Methods Course (2019), has focused on clinical field experiences for English teacher candidates.Heidi L. Hallman is Professor and Chair in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at the University of Kansas. Her research interests include studying how prospective teachers are prepared to teach in diverse school contexts. Hallman's published work includes (Bloomsbury, 2017), Secondary English teacher education in the United States: Responding to a changing context (Bloomsbury, 2017), a national study of how English teachers are prepared and winner of the Richard Meade award for research in English education. Hallman's work has been published in English Education, Teaching Education, Teacher Education Quarterly, Equity & Excellence in Education, among others.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781475868982
ISBN-10: 1475868987
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Publication Date: February 20th, 2024
Pages: 220
Language: English