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by Carolyn Frank

ePub Ethnographic Eyes: A Teacher's Guide to Classroom Observation download
Author:
Carolyn Frank
ISBN13:
978-0325002019
ISBN:
0325002010
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Publisher:
Heinemann (September 28, 1999)
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Subcategory:
Schools & Teaching
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1140 kb
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1940 kb
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A former teacher, Carolyn Frank is currently an assistant professor in the charter school of education at. .If you are an aspiring teacher, a teacher trainer, or an experienced classroom teacher, you will find Dr. Frank's presentation both highly informative and motivating.

A former teacher, Carolyn Frank is currently an assistant professor in the charter school of education at California State University, Los Angeles. Dr. Frank successfully takes the reader into a sense of "being there" while opening our eyes to the reality of personal biases.

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Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Heinemann. Published: 1 January 2001. by New Prairie Press.

For Carolyn Frank, ethnography provides the perfect lens through which to view them.

A Teacher's Guide to Classroom Observation . For Carolyn Frank, ethnography provides the perfect lens through which to view them.

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through examples of classroom observations and sociolinguistic and ethnographic data. classroom cultures: one case is from the perspective of a teacher candidate, and the. other case from a student who returned to the classroom after an absence of four.

Ethnographic Eyes extends ethnography beyond the work of university .

The challenge to classroom observers is to understand and reveal these implicit patterns.

Ethnographic Eyes: A Teacher's Guide to Classroom Observation. Preservice teachers are faced with many challenges when observing elementary classrooms and often jump to critical evaluation based on too little evidence. The authors wondered if preservice teacher. More).

Whether you realize it or not, there is a hidden side of classroom life: everyday practices so ordinary and so routine that they often become invisible. The challenge to classroom observers is to understand and reveal these implicit patterns. For Carolyn Frank, ethnography provides the perfect lens through which to view them.

Ethnographic Eyes extends ethnography beyond the work of university researchers and proves what an accessible and instructive observation tool it can be for inservice and preservice teachers. Frank draws on extensive experience in teacher education, demonstrating how ethnography can help you see beneath the surface of classroom life, gain new understanding of diversity, and recognize that difference can be a resource for community building. Along the way, you'll learn how to record, analyze, and represent the particular kind of classroom culture that is being created. You'll also discover how an ethnographic perspective can help you expand your cultural perspective and reflect critically on your practice.

Teachers who are interested in taking their own ethnographic journeys and better understanding their students and communities will find all the guidance they need in this book. Professors interested in using ethnography with their preservice teachers will particularly appreciate the book's theoretical framework and open-ended assignments.

  • Dr. Frank takes an interesting view of learning about your students through investigation and observation. In so doing, she explains, a teacher can know more about them, about what works in the classroom, and about adjustments that the educator should make to improve their effectiveness. Her methods are more easily done by observers and student teachers, but even over-worked teachers can incorporate her methods. We read this book for a class on multi-cultural education, and I liked its direct and concise approach, even though I occasionally dissent from the quasi politically-correct emphasis of some that promote multi-culturalism.

  • This is just a great book for viewing classrooms in a fresh, more equitable way.

  • I bought this book for an education class and it was a very easy read, interesting and informative.

  • This book was easy to read, I finished it in two sittings. It provides a lot of good information about truly observing a classroom's culture.

  • I don't like it when books are advertised as "brand new", then arrive with broken spines, bent pages and erased pencilings. That means "used".

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  • If you are an aspiring teacher, a teacher trainer, or an experienced classroom teacher, you will find Dr. Frank's presentation both highly informative and motivating. Dr. Frank successfully takes the reader into a sense of "being there" while opening our eyes to the reality of personal biases. A helpful and friendly feature about her style is her accessibility, i.e., I felt that Dr. Frank was on hand to offer clarification and annotated insights as a means to better equip me in my own observation.