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Osguthorpe, Richard D.
Boise State University
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RICHARD OSGUTHORPE is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies at Boise State University. His teaching responsibilities include courses in the foundations of education, and he also serves as a liaison in partner schools where he works closely with teacher candidates in clinical field experience. His research combines his work in schools and responsibilities in teacher education with his deep interest in the moral work of teaching. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming volume - The Moral Work of Teaching and Teacher Education: Preparing and Supporting Practitioners (Teachers College Press).

Richard D. Osguthorpe & Matthew Sanger — 2013
This chapter examines the gap between the widespread acknowledgment that teaching is a moral endeavor, on the one hand, and the lack of explicit, systematic teacher education research and practice to support preparing teachers for the moral aspects of teaching. After providing an initial description of the aforementioned gap, the chapter surveys the evidence that such a gap exists, then takes up a number of themes found in the literature bordering the gap. It concludes with a discussion of possible paths for teacher education research and practice to move forward.

Richard D. Osguthorpe — 2009
This article is a philosophical analysis of the relationship that is believed to obtain between the moral character of a teacher and the moral development of a student. It proposes three possible forms a relationship might take, contends that the relationship is indeterminate, and suggests implications for the study of moral education.

Richard D. Osguthorpe & Mathew N. Sanger — 2014
Teaching is an inherently moral endeavor with moral purpose, and it takes place in classrooms inhabited by teachers who choose to be there for moral reasons. However, most teacher candidates do not come to their teacher education programs with a well-developed understanding of the moral work of teaching, and most leave without any concerted effort to develop that understanding. This article discusses the concerns that arise from this lack of attention to the moral work of teaching in teacher education, and it identifies hopeful approaches to helping teacher candidates find moral meaning and value in their future lives as teachers.

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