A Responsive Teacher-Education Program
by Roland J.B. Goddu & Edward R. Ducharme - 1971
The authors submit that teacher training programs must find routes that they can live with equally well in terms of a commitment to a tradition of scholarship and a belief in the ever-present child. Their experiences provided them with an environment where the reality of a teacher training program could be tested and measured against the issues of relevance, professional training, the flare of scholarship, and concern for learning.
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