|LC Classifications||LC5136.G7 G73 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|ISBN 10||0710000146, 0710000154|
|LC Control Number||78040714|
Teachers, Ideology and Control is one of the first attempts to examine this important social and occupational group by locating contemporary sociological research in an historical framework. As such it will be of interest not only to students of sociology and education (especially urban education) but also to social historians. This paper examines the relationship between teacher education and the ideology of social control. It does this by looking at the dialectical tension that exists between teacher-education programs and the dominant society through a set of concepts that link as well as demonstrate the interplay of power, ideology, biography, and by: Ideology and Control in Teacher Education: A Review of Recent Experience in England By Geoff Whitty, Len Barton, Andrew Pollard In nineteenth-century England teachers were often seen to occupy a crucial role in the maintenance of social order but one which potentially they might : Geoff Whitty, Len Barton, Andrew Pollard. An instrument that measured pupil control ideology along a custodial-humanistic continuum was administered to teachers, principals, and counselors. Results confirmed the predictions.
The relationships between pupil control ideology and teacher sense of efficacy, bureaucratic level of school, and socioeconomic status (SES) of the school’s students were examined in this study. The Teacher Efficacy Scale (TES) and the Pupil Control Ideology Form (PCI Form) were administered to teachers (n = ) in nine schools stratified. This study focused on the teaching of culturally valued texts, and was based on the assumption that teacher's views of these texts and their content, and the conflicts engendered by these views, play a significant role in their educational. The focus of our study was the investigation of dimensions of teacher ideology relating to the teaching of Bible in Jewish schools. As pointed out by Greenberg (), Teacher Ideology The Bible is the source of Jewish identity, the source of Jews' self-conception. Auguste Meyrat is an English teacher in the Dallas area. He holds an MA in humanities and an MEd in educational leadership. He is the senior editor of .
TEACHER EDUCATION AND THE IDEOLOGY OF SOCIAL CONTROL i Henry A. Giroux Boston University This papei examines the relationship between teacher education and the ideology of social control. It does this by looking at the dialectical tension that ex-ists between teacher-education programs and the dominant society through a set. It was hypothesized that student teachers would be significantly more custodial in their pupil control Ideology after the student teaching experience than before; separate tests of the hypothesis were made at both the elementary and secondary levels. Ail hypotheses tested were confirmed at a level of significance beyond the level. Get this from a library! Teachers, ideology, and control: a study in urban education. [Gerald Rupert Grace]. Tenelrtrtg X Teaeher Edwario Printed in Great Britain r t. Vol. I. No. 2, pp. 9I ( X/85 $1+ Pergamon Press Lid IDEOLOGY AND SOCIAL FORMATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION THOMAS S. POPKEWITZ University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A. Abstract-Teacher education contains codes of culture that are shaped by two important dynamics of Ameiican life.