The silent voice in education : the importance of involving classroom teachers
- Vincent B. Troiano.
- Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
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- Physical description
- xvi, 113 pages ; 24 cm
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Education Library (Cubberley)
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- Troiano, Vincent B., author.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Preface Introduction
- Chapter 1: The 1960s and "Change"
- Chapter 2: A Two-Tiered System
- Chapter 3: Local Leadership
- Chapter 4: Classroom Teachers React to the Times
- Chapter 5: Special Education: Basis and Reform
- Chapter 6: Classroom Management in Special Education
- Chapter 7: Education Establishment System Failure
- Chapter 8: Teacher-initiated Change that has Stood the Test of Time
- Chapter 9: Poor Leadership in Real Time
- Chapter 10: Special Education as a Bureaucracy
- Chapter 11: IEP as Legal Document vs Classroom Teacher Day to Day Evaluations
- Chapter 12: The Teacher as Facilitator vs Goals and Objectives
- Chapter 13: Local Control of Education: A Beginning
- Chapter 14: Individual Instruction Epilogue: The Classroom Teacher.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Teachers should have a leading role in what happens in their classrooms.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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- 9781475848441 hardcover ; alkaline paper
- 1475848447 hardcover ; alkaline paper
- 9781475848458 paperback ; alkaline paper
- 1475848455 paperback ; alkaline paper
- 9781475848465 (electronic)
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