4 edition of Who Controls Teachers" Work? found in the catalog.
February 11, 2003
by Harvard University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||366|
After teaching in both public and private schools for a number of years, Dr. Ingersoll obtained a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania in From to he was a . He doesn't want to make any mistakes! 4 Work with a partner. Make sentences about these jobs using the verbs in 2. Example: An air traffic controller controls the movement of aeroplanes. air traffic controller / movement of aeroplanes teachers / students «НИИ engineer / projects team leaders / team 5 Work with the same partner.
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Drawing on national surveys and interviews with high school teachers and administrators, Ingersoll reveals shortcomings in the two opposing viewpoints that dominate thought on this subject: that schools are too decentralized and lack adequate control and accountability; and that schools are too centralized, giving teachers too little autonomy.
“Who Controls Teachers' Work. is about teachers' lives in their classrooms and the way that those lives are becoming more circumscribed. Looking at teachers in many different schools, Ingersoll reveals that life in classrooms is not a closed kingdom where teachers have authority over what gets taught and by: Who Controls Teachers' Work.
book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Schools are places of learning but they are also workpl 4/5.
This book examine exactly what it's title suggests who is in control of what teachers teach and what students learn. Among Who Controls Teachers Work? book things, this book indicates that no one feels to be in total control, and that teachers a feel they have very little control, but also that administrators feel 5/5.
This is an important book which should be read by all those involved in the task of educating the next generation. ” —Derek Gillard, Educational Review “ Who Controls Teachers’ Work.
is about teachers’ lives in their classrooms and the way that those lives are becoming more circumscribed. Looking at teachers in many different schools.
Who Controls Teachers' Work. (Paperback) Power and Accountability in America's Schools. By Richard M. Ingersoll. Harvard University Press. In Who Controls Teachers' Work: Power and Accountability in America's Schools, Richard Ingersoll draws on organizational theory to analyze teachers' control over their work within these two different organizational models, each of which is used to support different approaches to school reform.
Get this from a library. Who controls teachers' work?: power and accountability in America's schools. [Richard M Ingersoll] -- Schools are places of learning but they are also workplaces, and teachers are employees.
As such, are teachers more akin to professionals or to factory workers in the amount of control they have over.
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Richard Ingersoll's Who Controls Teachers' Work. Power and Accountability in America's Schools has the following description on : Schools are places of learning: but they are also workplaces, and teachers are employees. As such, are teachers more akin to professionals or factory workers in the amount of control they have over their work.
This book is about the work of teachers in American secondary schools. It addresses the character of teaching as a job, teachers as workers, and schools as workplaces.
The book's objective is to reexamine the character of schools as organizations and the implications for those working within these organizations.
It draws on research from the field of organizational theory; the larger study of Cited by: Richard M. Ingersoll is the author of Who Controls Teachers' Work.
( avg rating, 23 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), School Library Media Centers 4/5. Introduction --The debate over control --Teachers and decision making in schools --Rules for teachers --The teacher in the middle --The effects of teacher control --Conclusion.
Responsibility: Richard M. Published in the September, issue of Educational Leadership, this is a four-page summary of the results of several studies of the balance, or imbalance, between the power and control over school decisions held by teachers and the accountability increasing required of teachers.
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