Harvard Educational Review
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    Learning to Teach against the Grain

    Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    A powerful way for student teachers to learn to reform teaching is to work in the company of experienced teachers who are themselves struggling to be reformers in their own classrooms, schools and communities. Two approaches to preparing student teachers are analyzed, and the conclusion that regular school-site discussions are a vital resource in reformer education is assessed.

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    Fall 1991 Issue

    Abstracts

    Tribal Rhythms
    A Thematic Approach to Integrating the Arts into the Curriculum
    Barbara Beckwith, W. Thompson Garfield, Charles M. Holley, J. Curtis Jones, and Susan E. Porter
    Working from the Inside Out
    A Practical Approach to Expression
    Margot Grallert
    Computer-Aided Collaborative Music Instruction
    James A. Hoffmann
    Learning to Teach against the Grain
    Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    The Community College at the Crossroads
    The Need for Structural Reform
    Kevin J. Dougherty
    Teaching Undergraduates about AIDS
    An Action-Oriented Approach
    Kimberly Christensen
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