|aHandbook of research on teacher education :|benduring questions in changing contexts.
|a3rd ed. /|bedited by Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Sharon Feiman-Nemser, D. John McIntyre ; and Kelly E. Demers, associate editor.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge ;|a[Manassas, VA] :|bCo-published by the Association of Teacher Educators,|c2008.
|axxxvi, 1354 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aForeword / W. Robert Houston -- Pt. 1. What's the point? The purposes of teacher education / editor, David T. Hansen -- Pt. 2. What should teacher's know? Teacher capacities: knowledge, beliefs, skills, and commitments / editor, Carl A. Grant -- Pt. 3. Where should teachers be taught? Settings and roles in teacher education / editor, Kenneth Zeichner -- Pt. 4. Who teaches? Who should teach? Teacher recruitment, selection, and retention / editor, A. Lin Goodwin -- Pt. 5. Does difference make a difference? Diversity and teacher education / editor, Ana Maria Villegas -- Pt. 6. How do people learn to teach? Teacher learning over time / editor, Sharon Feiman-Nemser -- Pt. 7. Who's in charge? Authority in teacher education and licensure policy / editor, Suzanne M. Wilson -- Pt. 8. How do we know what we know? Research and teacher education / editors, Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Kelly E. Demers -- Pt. 9. What good is teacher education? The place of teacher education in teachers' education / editor, Mary M. Kennedy.