Über den Autor
Art Pearl, an adjunct professor at Washington State University Vancouver, is professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Caroline R. Pryor is assistant professor at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, and a 2003 Wye Fellow of the Aspen Institute.
Part 1 Acknowledgments Part 2 Preface, by Art Pearl and Caroline R. Pryor Part 3 Introduction, by Art Pearl Chapter 4 1 Transforming Schools into Democratic Sites Chapter 5 2 Democratic Education: Goals, Principles, and Requirements Chapter 6 3 Democratic Practices as Manifested through Character Education Chapter 7 4 Democracy, Schools, and Cultural Minority Groups Chapter 8 5 European and American Influences on Democratic Practice at the Professional Development School: Postbaccalaureate Students in Early Field Experience Chapter 9 6 The Praxis of Democracy in Undergraduate Education Chapter 10 7 The Democratic Classroom: A Model That Works Chapter 11 8 Democratic Practices in Education and Curriculum Chapter 12 9 Democracy in Education: Shared Governance Chapter 13 10 Teacher Participation in School Decision Making Part 14 About the Editors
This book presents the findings of eleven teacher educators as they examine the meaning of democracy and its application to classroom practice. It will stimulate interest, understanding, and competence in the development of democratic practices at all levels of schooling.