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TOWARD A REFORMATION OF TEACHER TRAINING
Marilyn Hanf Buckley
California Journal of Teacher Education
Vol. 6, No. 3, Literacy and the Teacher (SUMMER 1979), pp. 37-49
Published by: Caddo Gap Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23472890
Page Count: 13
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Reformation of teacher education is demanded, according to this writer and many others, because traditional practice has led to a continuation of outmoded practices in the teaching of literacy. Such a reformation requires attention not only to selection processes, which require upgrading, but attention to truly cooperative enterprise between the practitioner in schools and university teachers, who themselves must be master teachers. In addition, the period of induction into teaching, combining a continuing process in which theory and practice are interrelated, needs to be extended. The author is active in teacher education programs in literacy at the University of California, Berkeley.
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