Teacher Education and the Curricular Slice | Diana Senechal

Diana here. I am joining Darren in guest-blogging (thank you, Joanne!) and will be here through August 7. I have a few topics in mind, including pseudoscience (and how to help kids spot it), international education, and Aristotle. Others will come up along the way. Today I will take up a topic that has been on my mind for a while: the idea of incorporating a “curricular slice” in teacher education programs.

We have a manifold problem. American schools (and their constituents) generally resist a common curriculum, for all kinds of reasons. In fact, many schools have no curriculum to speak…

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