[...] the editors write an Afterword in response to Clift's Chapter 25, Be Careful of What you Ask For: Grant and Gibson (2009), university professors indicate that, The great benefit of the ATE Standards for Teacher Educators is that they give voice to the need for rigor and pre-eminence of praxis in teacher education: they articulate the multiple layers of our work: and they are a document that all can agree is important. p.\nOur goal was to disseminate the ideas, conceptions, and intentions of the original development and subsequent revision of the Standards for Teacher Educators.
Issues in Teacher Education, Spring 2010 Cecelia Travick-Jackson 167 Book Review
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