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This paper argues that teacher education curricula should include leadership knowledge. The authors discuss the political realities that affect teachers. They also discuss how these realities are best met with teacher leadership knowledge. They claim that knowledge of leadership would enable teachers to label what they see and do. In conclusion, the authors propose opportunities for the teaching profession to reclaim its pedagogical and curricular knowledge and to understand its own acts of leadership.
Updated: Jan. 12, 2015
The article describes a teacher education model that provides a resolution of conflicts resulting from innovative pedagogical theories and their antiquated and inequitable use in school environments. The model can also be used to develop teachers' professional knowledge.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2008