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Discerning Quality Through Dispositions Assessments: Philosophical and Political Contexts for Dispositions in Teacher Education
Unformatted Document Text:  Accreditation Report 2002 Core Campuses: Bloomington and Indianapolis. (2002). Retrieved May 14, 2004, from Indiana University, School of Education Web site: http://www.indiana.edu/~iuncate/standard1iub.html Darling-Hammond, L. (1996). What matters most: A competent teacher for every child. Phi Delta Kappan, 78, 193-203. Drew, T. and Tande, K. (30 September 2004). NCATE dispositions implementation survey. Retrieved September 30, 2004 from http://www.hpcnet.org/peru/schoolofprofessionalstudies/ncate Garmon, M. A. (2004). Changing preservice teachers' attitudes/beliefs about diversity: What are the critical factors? Journal of Teacher Education, 55, p. 201-13. Graue, E., (2005). Theorizing and describing preservice teachers' images of families and schooling. Teachers College Record, 107, p. 157-85. Gershman, J. (2005). “’Disposition’ emerges as issue at Brooklyn College. The New York Sun. Retrieved May 31, 2005, http://www.nysun.com/article/14604 . Ginsberg, R., & Whaley, D. (2003). Admission and retention policies in teacher preparation programs: Legal and practical issues. The Teacher Educator, 38, 169-189. Katz, L. G. (1993). Dispositions as educational goals. ERIC Digest Number ED363454. Retrieved May, 26, 2005, from http://www.ericdigests.org/1994/goals.htm McNight, D. (2004). An inquiry of NCATE's move into virtue ethics by way of dispositions (Is this what Aristotle meant?). Educational Studies (American Educational Studies Association), 35, p. 212-30. Mullin, D. (17 February 2003). Developing a framework for the assessment of teacher candidate dispositions. College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED479255.) NCATE. (2002). Professional standards for the accreditation of schools, colleges, and departments of education. Washington, D.C.: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Poplin, M., & Rivera, J. (2005). Merging social justice and accountability: Educating qualified and effective teachers. Theory into Practice, 44, p. 27-37. Swartz, E. (2003). Teaching white preservice teachers: Pedagogy for change. Urban Education 38, p. 255-78. Taylor, R. L. & Wasicsko, M. M. (November 4, 2000). The Dispositions to Teach. Paper presented at SRATE, Lexington Kentucky. Retrieved May 15, 2004, from http://www.education.edu.edu/Dean/The%20Dispositions%20to%20Teach.pdf .

Authors: Kershaw, Cheryl., Benner, Susan., Wishart, William., Cagle, Lynn., Long, Vena. and Boser, Judy.
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Accreditation Report 2002 Core Campuses: Bloomington and Indianapolis. (2002).
Retrieved May 14, 2004, from Indiana University, School of Education Web site:
Darling-Hammond, L. (1996). What matters most: A competent teacher for every child.
Phi Delta Kappan, 78, 193-203.
Drew, T. and Tande, K. (30 September 2004). NCATE dispositions implementation
survey. Retrieved September 30, 2004 from
Garmon, M. A. (2004). Changing preservice teachers' attitudes/beliefs about diversity:
What are the critical factors? Journal of Teacher Education, 55, p. 201-13.
Graue, E., (2005). Theorizing and describing preservice teachers' images of families and
schooling. Teachers College Record, 107, p. 157-85.
Gershman, J. (2005). “’Disposition’ emerges as issue at Brooklyn College. The New York
Sun. Retrieved May 31, 2005,
.
Ginsberg, R., & Whaley, D. (2003). Admission and retention policies in teacher
preparation programs: Legal and practical issues. The Teacher Educator, 38, 169-
189.
Katz, L. G. (1993). Dispositions as educational goals. ERIC Digest Number ED363454.
Retrieved May, 26, 2005, from
McNight, D. (2004). An inquiry of NCATE's move into virtue ethics by way of
dispositions (Is this what Aristotle meant?). Educational Studies (American
Educational Studies Association)
, 35, p. 212-30.
Mullin, D. (17 February 2003). Developing a framework for the assessment of teacher
candidate dispositions. College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University. (ERIC
Document Reproduction Service No. ED479255.)
NCATE. (2002). Professional standards for the accreditation of schools, colleges, and
departments of education. Washington, D.C.: National Council for Accreditation
of Teacher Education.
Poplin, M., & Rivera, J. (2005). Merging social justice and accountability: Educating
qualified and effective teachers. Theory into Practice, 44, p. 27-37.
Swartz, E. (2003). Teaching white preservice teachers: Pedagogy for change. Urban
Education 38, p. 255-78.
Taylor, R. L. & Wasicsko, M. M. (November 4, 2000). The Dispositions to Teach. Paper
presented at SRATE, Lexington Kentucky. Retrieved May 15, 2004, from
.


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