A Classroom of Her Own : How New Teachers Develop Instructional, Professional, and Cultural Competence

A Classroom of Her Own : How New Teachers Develop Instructional, Professional, and Cultural Competence

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`This engaging and insightful book highlights issues of power and authority, which are often overlooked yet critically important in teacher preparation, induction, and retention' - Judith Haymore Sandholtz, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Riverside`A Classroom of Her Own is as practical as it is insightful. It is a rare combination of revealing case studies and practical advice designed to help beginning teachers learn how to teach' - Elliot W Eisner, Lee Jacks Professor of Education and Professor of Art Stanford University, School of Education This book is a study of six teachers, all of them young, white, and female, and the challenges they face in the classroom as they grow and learn as educators. The author describes their relationships with students, parents, other teachers, administrators, and office personnel, and details the obstacles they face while developing the confidence and wisdom that all teachers need.The nine chapters cover a wide spectrum of issues, including instruction, discipline, working conditions, safety, and more. Complex problems, such as troubled students, ineffectual colleagues, less-than-helpful administrators, language and cultural barriers, are explored. The six voices represent a variety of schools, urban and suburban, affluent and poverty-stricken, well run and troubled.Included are many stories in the teachers' own words, describing their frustrations and fears, as well as their triumphs and successes. The six women discuss the career angst common to all new teachers, sharing how they deal with challenges such as modest salaries, keeping professional and personal life separate, dealing with evaluations, and finding the help and encouragement they need. The joys and rewards of working with children and making a difference in their lives comes through clearly in each teacher's story.This book is a wonderful resource for all pre-service and beginning teachers, as well as veteran or mentor teachers who will be working with newcomers to the profession.

Table of Contents

Sidebar Directory                                  vii
Foreword xi
James G. March
Acknowledgments xv
About the Author xvii
Gender, Age, and Teacher Induction 1 (9)
Young Women Teachers 2 (3)
The Mantle of Teacher 5 (3)
The Study 8 (2)
Stephanie: The Paradox of Authority 10 (20)
Authority With Colleagues 10 (7)
Authority With Parents 17 (8)
Authority With Students 25 (4)
Conclusion 29 (1)
Helen: Professional Identity 30 (20)
Presentation of Self 31 (6)
Presentation of the Classroom 37 (5)
Presentation of Emotions 42 (6)
Professional and Personal 48 (1)
Conclusion 49 (1)
Paula: School Culture 50 (22)
The School Environment 52 (5)
Assignments 57 (9)
Isolation and Connection 66 (5)
Conclusion 71 (1)
Beth: School Administration 72 (22)
Committee Work 74 (5)
Supervision and Evaluation 79 (6)
Principals 85 (7)
Conclusion 92 (2)
Karen: Professional Judgment 94 (18)
Moral Dilemmas in Teaching 95 (15)
Conclusion 110 (2)
Julie: Affirmation and Attainment 112 (8)
A Case Study of Homogeneity 112 (7)
Conclusion 119 (1)
Unpredictable Outcomes: Race, Ethnicity, and 120 (12)
Class
The Diversity Divide 121 (10)
Conclusion 131 (1)
Classrooms of Their Own 132 (13)
Instructional Competence 132 (2)
Professional Competence 134 (2)
Cultural Competence 136 (1)
Practical Considerations 137 (8)
References 145 (4)
Suggestions for Further Reading 149 (2)
Index 151