3 edition of The active/ethical professional found in the catalog.
The active/ethical professional
Michael Gerard Gunzenhauser
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Michael G. Gunzenhauser|
|LC Classifications||LB1779 .G86 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1441132120, 1441152105|
|ISBN 10||9781441132123, 9781441152107|
|LC Control Number||2011034375|
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The framework is derived from Michel Foucault's theories of discipline, 5/5(1). About The Active/Ethical Professional. A winner of the Critics Choice Book Award of the American Educational Studies Association (AESA). The Active/Ethical Professional proposes an ethical framework for educators and school leaders who find their practice constrained by the demands of policies and structures created in response to accountability legislation.
Contents/Summary Preface-- 1. The High-Stakes Accountability Context-- 2. Accountability as a Philosophical Problem-- 3. Ethics in Educational Practice-- 4. From Accountability (for Test Results) to Responsibility (for Children)-- 5.
Normalization, Surveillance, and the Self-Disciplined-- 6. Care of. "Readers will find The Active/Ethical Professional comes at a startling point in the history of US public education: just as the curtain is pulled back from the Oz-like mandates of NCLB to reveal Using real-world examples of school leaders' practice, Gunzenhauser argues compellingly that a crushing obligation to accountability dramatically undermines one's philosophy of education.
The Active/ethical Professional: A Framework for Responsible Educators. This book provides an innovative ethical framework for educators and school leaders who find their practice constrained by the demands stemming from accountability legislation.
"The Active/Ethical Professional" proposes an ethical framework for educators and school leaders who find their practice constrained 3/5(1).
The Active/Ethical Professional proposes an ethical framework for educators and school leaders who find their practice constrained by the demands of policies and structures created in response to accountability legislation.
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