Contemporary Pioneers in Teaching and Learning Volume 2
A volume in the series: Contemporary Pioneers in Educational Psychology: Theory, Research, and Applications. Editor(s): Héfer Bembenutty, Queens College of The City University of New York.
This volume traces the socialization process, professional development, career paths, and theory and research of contemporary pioneers in education and psychology. This volume contains interviews with leading scholars who are at the vanguard of teaching and learning. They shared how their childhood development influenced their theoretical paths and research endeavors and revealed their thoughts, beliefs, and experiences that made them who they are today. These scholars responded to questions pertaining to their childhood, initial interest in education and psychology, role models, research interests and major findings, future directions of their research, educational implications derived from their research, and perception of their legacy. They are real people who have had experiences like anybody else, but found homes and teachers who supported them. While in college, they found educators who mentored them.
Readers will find that this volume offers them an opportunity to learn the background of contemporary pioneers in education and psychology, provides valuable sources where they can learn about how major theories developed and where they are moving, and reveals the personal anecdotes that influenced the conceptualization of contemporary theories and research. Educators and students will find that this book provides hope and a rejuvenated enthusiasm about the status of education and psychology and that they too can be leaders in their own ways.
Preface. Acknowledgement. CHAPTER 1: An Interview With David C. Berliner: A Pioneer of Education Policy Research, Classroom Teaching and Learning, and Teacher Education. CHAPTER 2: An Interview With James A. Banks: A Pioneer in Multicultural Education and Civic Education. CHAPTER 3: An Interview With Jacquelynne S. Eccles: A Pioneer of Theory and Research on Academic Motivation and Achievement, School and Family Influences on Adolescent Development, and Gender and Ethnicity in STEM Fields. CHAPTER 4: An Interview With Patricia A. Alexander: A Pioneer of the Development and Applications of the Model of Domain Learning, Literacy, and Learning in Educational Psychology. CHAPTER 5: An Interview With Karen R. Harris: The Pioneer and Developer of the Self-Regulated Strategy Development Model of Writing Instruction. CHAPTER 6: An Interview With John A. C. Hattie: The Pioneer and Developer of Visible Learning in Education and Science of Learning. CHAPTER 7: An Interview With Marilla D. Svinicki: A Pioneer of Current Trends in Higher Education and Faculty Development. CHAPTER 8: An Interview With Brian P. Coppola: A Pioneer of Discipline-Centered Teaching and Learning in Science Theory, Research, and Education. CHAPTER 9: An Interview With Ivar Bra ten: A Pioneer Making a Scientific Contribution to Theoretical and Empirical Research on the Role of Epistemic Cognition in Multiple Document Literacy. CHAPTER 10: An Interview With Kenneth A. Kiewra: The Pioneer of Research on Note Taking, Graphic Organizers, SOAR, and Talent Development. CHAPTER 11: An Interview With Stephen J. Pape: A Pioneer of Mathematical Thinking and Self-Regulated Learning Research at All Schooling Levels. CHAPTER 12: An Interview With Barry J. Zimmerman: Achieving Self-Fulfilling Cycles of Academic Self-Regulation. About the Author.
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